SAA exploring contingency plans to reduce strike impact
South African Airways (SAA) says at this stage four domestic flights have been canceled and two have been delayed due to the strike by its cabin crew.
DNA testing to delay funerals of Bronkhorstspruit crash victims
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the funeral arrangements will only be confirmed once the DNA tests have been concluded.
Govt delegation to visit schools of pupils killed in minibus crash
Motshekga, as well as Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi, visited the homes of some of the families who lost their loved ones in the tragedy.
Saftu: Removing ANC-led govt will advance working class interests
The federation says it plans to target vulnerable workers because two-quarters of the country's workforce is still not unionised.
Saftu announces its top leadership
The newly formed labour federation nominated its preferred candidates at its inaugural congress on Saturday.
Families of taxi crash victims meet with govt
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and Gauteng Education MEC Panyanza Lesufi are expected to visit some of the families who lost their loved ones in the deadly minibus taxi crash.
Zuma calls for swift investigation into Bronkhorstspruit minibus taxi crash
President Jacob Zuma has appealed to authorities to work around the clock to get to the bottom of what caused the horrific crash.
Govt sets up committee to assist families of taxi crash victims
Two adults, including the driver, also died when the vehicle collided with a truck and burst into flames on Friday.
Families of Bronkhorstspruit taxi crash victims receive counselling
Authorities are still investigating the exact cause of the accident.
Bronkhorstspruit taxi crash: 3 discharged from hospital
A minibus taxi collided with a truck on Groblersdal road and burst into flames while the pupils were on their way home from school.
7 victims of Bronkhorstspruit taxi crash recovering in hospital
While the cause of the crash is under investigation, it appears the vehicle which was transporting the pupils home from school was overloaded.
Zuma expresses deep sadness & shock over deadly Bronkhorstspruit crash
President Zuma has sent his condolences to the families and friends of the pupils and has wished a speedy recovery to all those injured in the crash.
‘Treatment of foreigners, sex workers by police often unlawful’
The discussions formed part of a two-day meeting held by the SA Human Rights Commission in Johannesburg to try and find ways to address problems in the SAPS.
SAPS racked up staggering R14b in civil claims in last financial year
The majority of the cases involved unlawful arrests and mistreatment of suspects.
SAHRC hears pre-trial detention, use of force by cops need urgent attention
The SAHRC says police need to be more sensitive to human rights when executing their duties.
Wits students protest over accommodation
Wits spokesperson Shirona Patel says classes have not been disrupted and will continue as normal.
‘If they continue to burn schools, let it be’
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department has exhausted its resources in trying to help pupils who’ve been hardest hit by the ongoing Vuwani protests.
Motshekga launches digital curriculum project at Tembisa High School
The project is aimed at improving the teaching and learning of hospitality studies for pupils from grades 10 to 12.