Lehohla: Fewer houses built in 2016 than other years
Lehohla says the public sector under the new construction works programme spent over R1 million less in 2016 compared to 2015.
Pali Lehohla: Eskom, Transnet spent R73bn & R34bn in 2016
The two state-owned enterprises have been linked to dodgy dealings with the controversial Gupta family that have come to light in recently leaked emails.
Gauteng MEC Lesufi wants private schools to review hair policies
Following a similar incident at the Pretoria Girls High last year, Lesufi says his department has made progress in correcting the hair policies in public schools.
Kempton Park school hair incident a Human Rights issue, says Lesufi
A group of girls were sent home from Windsor House Academy on Monday morning due to their hairstyles.
Siphamandla Choma: Principal fighting dismissal
Siphamandla Choma was left wheelchair bound after the assault at school and died in hospital in March.
Principal who assaulted Siphamandla Choma fired, charged with assault GBH
The injuries from the assault left 14-year-old Siphamandla Choma paralysed and he died in hospital in March.
SABC appoints acting CEO, CFO following Aguma’s resignation
Aguma, who filled both positions, left the public broadcaster while on suspension facing 10 charges.
Home Affairs apologises for closure of its offices today amid staff shifts chaos
The department’s David Hlabane says they are confident they will reach a resolution soon.
Public Protector: Absa challenge doesn't suspend remedial action
Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane's report recommended that the SIU recover over R1 billion from Absa for an apartheid-era bailout to Bankorp.
Men in coffin assault case granted bail
The pair have told the court they did not mean to harm Rethabile Mlotshwa and only wanted to teach him a lesson.
Home Affairs offices to remain closed on Saturday
Staff threatened to go on a nationwide strike last month after the department issued a circular forcing them to work on weekends without paying them for overtime.
North West farmer arrested for allegedly shooting girl (11)
North West police says the 11-year-old and her friends had been collecting firewood on the farmer’s land when he shouted and shot at them.
Court ruling forbids father from smoking in front of children
A woman took her children's father to court after he repeatedly smoked in front of his two sons; one was recovering from foot operation.
BLA to protest at Union Buildings over disregard of black, women practitioners
The association says talks with various ministers and MECs have not been productive, therefore they want to speak to Jacob Zuma.
Some Soweto taxi routes closed over commuter safety concerns
The MEC says in the past few months the violence between rival associations Nanduwe and Wata has put commuters at risk.
Violence sees closure of five Soweto taxi routes, ranks
The Nancefield-Dube West Taxi Association & the Wits Taxi Association have been at loggerheads for over six months.
Transport Minister wants Uber drivers to apply for public transport licenses
Metered taxi drivers have accused the government of favouritism, saying that Uber was not included in the same regulations as other public transport operators.
Joe Maswanganyi: Interest paid by taxi owners unacceptable
Santaco’s Bernon Billet says it is unfair that taxi owners are charged high-interest rates while they offer lesser repayment risks for financial institutions.