Uber beefs up security for drivers after acid attack
Uber says it has introduced additional security for drivers at several hotspots and an emergency number for security or medical backup.
Mathunjwa: Marikana wounds are still raw
Mining union Amcu says the site where the Marikana miners were killed is not a space for political campaigning.
‘The koppie in Marikana is a sacred place, not for political campaigning’
ANC presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was on Tuesday chased away from the site of the Marikana massacre.
Dlamini-Zuma chased away from Marikana koppie
It’s understood Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was planning to lay a wreath on the koppie where 34 miners were shot dead by police in 2012.
Eskom: R150m winter bonuses not paid to employees
The power utility says the suggestion to pay bonuses to those involved in the generation division has not materialised.
Manyi: No holy cows for ANN7, 'The New Age'
Manyi says despite what is being said about the Gupta’s the high court ruling last week gave him confidence that he made the right decision.
Manyi: Nothing sinister about ANN7, 'TNA' payment plan
Mzwanele Manyi says he takes offence to the notion that his purchase of the two media companies is a front.
Manyi: ANN7, 'The New Age' will report objectively, even on Guptas
Mzwanele Manyi says the ANN7 and 'The New Age' will tell the news as it is and will even report on the Guptas
Manyi: ANN7 & 'The New Age' will report the truth
A company owned by Mzwanele Manyi has bought the Gupta-owned TV channel and newspaper for R450 million.
Mzwanele Manyi snaps up Gupta-owned ANN7 and 'The New Age'
Lodidox and Management, which is owned by Manyi, has bought the ANN7 news channel and the New Age newspaper from Oakbay Investments.
Journalists stage walkout at Sassa briefing
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini was due to address the media about the social grant payment system at a breakfast in Limpopo on Thursday morning.
Dlamini to clarify grant payments system issues at Limpopo briefing
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini will be joined by Sassa officials and MECs of social development.
Malema: Those in power want us to forget Marikana massacre
Julius Malema has told thousands of miners and community members in Marikana that 16 August 2012 must never be forgotten.
Hundreds attend Marikana commemoration
A total of 44 people were killed during the violent protest, 34 of them by police, in an operation that has been highly criticised.
Ramaphosa still blamed for Marikana shootings
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa remains at the centre of the Marikana tragedy with many community members blaming him for the bloodshed five years ago.
Marikana community still seeks justice 5 years after mass shooting
Despite a commission of inquiry, no one has yet been prosecuted and the families of the victims and the injured miners have not yet been compensated by the government.
Lonmin unveils plan for memorial park in Marikana
The idea for the park will be designed around the concept of a green blanket, the garment worn by one of the strike leaders in 2012.
Majakaneng protests intensify
It’s understood the community is demonstrating over the killing of a person allegedly at the hands of a local farmer.