Police seize large amount of money at East Rand home
The discovery on Monday night came after at least three cash van robberies on Monday, including one at the Jabulani Mall in Soweto.
PSA warns govt against signing public sector wage deal
The association says the offer will bind public servants to a multi-term agreement and a meager salary based on projected inflation.
Fedusa members to consider govt public service wage offer
The deal will see lower-level employees receive a 7% increase, while mid and senior-level staff will receive 6.6% and 6% hikes, respectively.
Fedusa denies govt’s claim it agreed 'in principle' to wage deal
The union federation’s Dennis George says there was never any agreement as claimed by the government.
DA to launch own probe into Aucamp’s matter
She resigned as Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga's chief of staff last week over the alleged misrepresentation of her qualifications.
3 SA editors lodge defamation suit against Bell Pottinger in UK
Ferial Haffajee, Peter Bruce and Adriaan Basson accuse Bell Pottinger of being responsible for some or all of the abusive tweets directed at them because of their work.
Public sector unions yet to sign govt’s wage offer
The Department of Public Service and Administration says labour unions have agreed in principle to the three-year deal but have not yet signed the offer.
Cash-in-transit heists double compared to last year this time
Sabric’s Kevin Twiname says they’ve recorded a significant increase in the number of criminal attacks on cash-in-transit vans this year.
Police arrest more suspects for Boksburg cash-in-transit heist
The latest arrests brings to seven the number of suspects linked to the brazen heist, which took place on Atlas Road in Boksburg on Thursday.
1 of suspects in Boksburg cash-in-transit heist could be a cop
Two police sources have told EWN that one of the five suspects is a member of the SAPS Canine Unit and was off-duty at the time of the heist.
Police hunt remaining suspects after Boksburg cash-in-transit heist
The police have recovered some of the stolen cash as well as several firearms. Meanwhile, dramatic video footage of the heist has emerged.
Zuma set to file papers to avoid prosecution on fraud, corruption charges
Jacob Zuma made his first appearance in the Durban High Court last month, alongside French arms firm Thales, on 16 charges related to the multi-billion rand arms deal.
DA set to lay criminal complaint against Mduduzi Manana
Manana is accused of assaulting his former domestic worker Christine Wiro, but allegedly offered her R100,000 to withdraw the complaint, which she did out of fear.
Judgment reserved in Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity case
The DA and AfriForum argue that Grace Mugabe should have been arrested and appeared in court after an assault accusation against her.
Varun Gupta granted permission to attend religious ceremony in India
The nephew of the Gupta brothers, is one of the accused in the Estina dairy farm fraud and corruption case.
FUL: Dept erred in granting Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity
Grace Mugabe is accused of assaulting Gabriella Engels at a hotel in August last year but was allowed to leave the country without being prosecuted.
Grace Mugabe was ‘not entitled’ to diplomatic immunity
Grace Mugabe has admitted to hitting Gabriella Engels at a hotel in August last year, but has claimed she acted in self-defence.
NPA gets another week to gear up against Oakbay's asset seizure challenge
The matter was to be heard on Thursday but the NPA asked for a postponement because their ideal senior counsel was unavailable.