The Constitutional Court ruled that the private use and cultivation of cannabis is no longer a criminal offence and South Africans were in high spirits when they heard the news. It is not clear yet how much a person may possess.
Janusz Walus, convicted murderer, will be applying for parole once again after being denied in 2015. Walus assassinated communist leader Chris Hani in 1993 and is currently serving a life imprisonment sentence.
A young boy, Miguel Louw, was kidnapped from outside his school 2 weeks ago. A 43-year-old was arrested in connection with the kidnapping. The boy's mother struggled begged the man to tell her where her son is.
Former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma appeared in court on charges of corruption. Duduzane was given R100 000 bail and his passports confiscated as part of the bail agreement. The case was postponed to January 2019.
Velaphi Khumalo posted a comment on Facebook that he wants white people to be treated in the same way the Jews were during the Holocaust. Now, two years later, he will appear in court and be held accountable for his words.
Sthembiso Khozais best known for his role as Shaka on the TV show The Queen, where he has been stealing the hearts of female fans. However, there is one woman who's not impressed with the man - the mother of his son.
Reactions on social media to the announcement of Adv Dali Mpofu as Moyane's representative saw many questioning how Mpofu, as an EFF member is outspoken against, corruption and 'state capture' could represent the former SARS boss.
According to ewn.co.za, the police are currently still on the lookout for the man who illegally gained access to Communications Minister, Ayanda Dlodlo's, home.
The two farmers who stand accused of killing a 16-year-old boy in Coligny after they caught him stealing sunflowers, will once again appear in court on Monday.
Khayelitsha residents are fuming after the court decided to drop the murder charges against the men who were accused of murdering four-year-old Iyapha Yamile.
The six people who were arrested in connection with the murders of a Northcliff family, whose burnt bodies were found in Centurion, are set to appear in court.
The Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court handed six month prison sentences to a group of bogus doctors, who were convicted of terminating pregnancies illegally.
The murder and robbery trial of 19-year-old Nigel Plaatjies, and his uncle, Johannes Plaatjies is expected to continue in the Western Cape High Court today.