DTI aims to woo Shanghai investors to SA’s Special Economic Zones
The department says SEZs are part of the strategic initiatives that the government has marked for speeding up the country’s industrial development plans.
One dead, 5 injured in Gauteng head-on collision
Authorities say three men were lying outside the light motor vehicle while three others were found inside.
[UPDATE] Human Settlements Dept condemns violent Parkwood protests
Violent demonstrations erupted earlier on Sunday when hundreds of people took to the streets demanding land and housing.
Sport Ministry calls for suspension of Nick Mallett and Naas Botha
The Sports Ministry says SuperSport will be endorsing alleged racism if Botha and Mallett are not suspended until an investigation is completed.
EMPD officers arrested for accepting bribe in Katlehong
Its alleged the two male officers stopped a truck driver earlier this week and requested a bribe after claiming he did not have the correct documentation.
13 boys from bogus Soweto academy reunited with family
Earlier this week, reports emerged that a 34-year-old suspect was arrested in connection with the rape of a boy (9) who was part of a soccer club.
NCOP to table NW intervention letter in Parliament this week
President Cyril Ramaphosa has written to NCOP chairperson Thandi Modise on his decision to intervene in the governance of the North West.
Saftu shocked by attempt on Natu’s Thompson’s life
It’s understood Thompson was ambushed by heavily armed men who fired at him while he drove from Umhlanga to Durban, narrowly missing his head.
Ramaphosa hails journalists who spoke out against apartheid
Cyril Ramaphosa conferred the Order of Ikhamanga, Order of the Baobab, Order of Luthuli, and Order of the Companions of OR Tambo to the recipients.
No deaths reported in Moses Mabhida stadium riot
The footage that has been making the rounds on social media also shows fans attacking the man with one fan kicking him abruptly in the chest.
Reports: Zuma to be issued court summons
Former President Jacob Zuma is to be issued with summons to appear in court in April for corruption charges.
Saftu angered by China rail company’s exemption worth R5.3 billion
The Chinese company has been reported to have allegedly paid bribes of over R5-billion to Gupta-linked companies after it clinched contracts from Transnet.
BM Food Manufacturers down tools for higher wages
The disgruntled workers currently earn R79 per day and are asking for an increase of at least R90 per day.
Registration at Limpopo TVET college postponed after stampede
Police say six people were injured after queuing prospective students pushed their way through security gates this morning.
SA studies HIV frequency among transgender women for first time
The Human Sciences Research Council says the study is part of the country’s commitment to tackling the real issues that impact the transgender community.
Man (21) in ICU after alleged racially motivated attack
It's understood Mthunzi Sibuyi was approached by a white man who did not approved of his interracial friendship group.
Fedsas: GP Education Dept to blame for schools shortage
About 30,000 pupils are still waiting to be placed ahead of the start of the schooling year.