The body of the drowned eight-year-old boy was recovered and brought out of the flooded trench in the presence of his parents at around 8.30am on Sunday, November 6.

Single mother hands herself over to cops

After police in Kathorus found the body of a dead infant next to a house in Siluma View on Tuesday, December 20, its death puzzled them for for two weeks. 15 September 2016

Cop shot in Katlehong robbery attempt

A police constable was seriously wounded while attending to a business robbery alert in Thwala Section in the early hours of this morning.
The abandoned building where a 59-year-old man who went missing was found dead.

Missing Katlehong man found dead

A Katlehong man who went missing on December 9 was found dead in an abandoned building on December21.
The inside of the shack where the child (three months) was locked up by her mother and was later found dead.

Baby dies while mom out partying

A three-month-old girl who was left alone in a shack at night died in Katlehong over the weekend. Some community members claim the child was eaten by rats.
The 28-year-old man arrested for the murder of his four-year-old daughter.

Palm Ridge man accused of killing own daughter (4)

Eden Park police arrested a 28-year-old man on Monday, December 12, for allegedly killing his four-year-old daughter. Katlehong Police Station communications officer, Captain Mega Ndobe, confirmed the incident. It is alleged that the suspect killed the child after he separated from the child’s mother. “It is alleged that the suspect then became angry and strangled…
Orlando Pirates supporter and president of Orlando Pirates Gauteng branch Philip Jwara kneeling in front of Vosloorus police commissioner Brigadier Themba Denge, pleading the police to give Senzo Meyiwa's case enough attention.

Fans demand justice for Meyiwa

Angry Orlando Pirates and South African football supporters marched to Vosloorus Police Station on Wednesday, October 26.

No clues to mystery of mutilated body

“Because of this, the case docket was then transferred over to provincial detectives for further investigations,” explained Capt. Ndobe.