Media houses fined for collusion must contribute to development fund
The Competition Commission says following an investigation, it found that Caxton and Independent Media had agreed to offer similar discounts and payment terms to advertising agencies.
Holomisa: We’ll support ANC in no confidence motion against Zuma
Last week, the opposition had issued an ultimatum: deal with the Zuma question by Sunday evening or they speed up a motion of no confidence against him.
Ipid investigates death of FS protester allegedly shot by police
Residents of the Sekoto Village blocked roads and clashed with police on Wednesday during a protest calling for the resignation of mayor Vusi Tshabalala.
ANC: Zuma, Ramaphosa having constructive engagements
The State of the Nation Address has also been postponed and news as to who will deliver it remains a Matter of much speculation.
Presidency: SACP claims that Zuma to sack Ramaphosa are outrageous
In a statement released late last night, the SACP said it had reliable information claiming that the president wanted to remove Ramaphosa in a bid to prolong his term in office.
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule branded a 'liar and sell out'
ANC general-secretary Ace Magashule received a memorandum from the Black First Land First movement, who were protesting in favour of Jacob Zuma staying on as president.
ANC's Thabiso Setona to face action after assault on woman outside HQ
ANC members and “defenders of Luthuli House” group have condemned the assault of the woman during Monday’s clash between ANC and BLF members.
Trapped miners finally reunited with their families
The workers were brought to the surface this morning having spent more than 30 hours underground due to a power failure.
[UPDATE] All miners trapped in Sibanye-Stillwater mine rescued
About 1,000 miners became trapped on Wednesday during a power outage.
CRL Commission welcomes Sars investigation into religious sector
Sars says preliminary investigations into the religious sector suggest that some organisations may not be complying with the law.
Motshekga urges SACE to hold teachers to account for sex abuse
This comes after a video and pictures of a Reiger Park High School principal in Boksburg having sex with pupils emerged on social media.
DNA tests match 19 of 21 Kroonstad train crash bodies to family members
The passenger rail agency met with the families of the victims in the free state on Friday and says it is in the process of releasing the remains for burial.
Motshekga says she has discouraged Dept’s move to appeal Overvaal ruling
The High Court ruled that the school didn’t have space to admit 55 English-speaking pupils and that changing the school’s language policy was not lawful.
Wits denies accusations of staff exploitation
Numsa and Nehawu affiliated staff at Wits University are on strike calling for a 12% hike.
Sars: Profit-making trend on the rise in religious sector
The authority says preliminary investigations into the religious sector suggests that some organisations may not be complying with laws.
‘Some religious organisations failing to comply with tax laws’
Sars’ Sicelo Mkosi says it’s believed that individuals may be enriching themselves at the expense of tax compliance.
Families of Kroonstad train crash victims to receive DNA results
A Shosholoza Meyl train slammed into a truck leaving 21 dead and more than 200 injured.
Numsa vows to intensify Wits University strike
The union says it is aware that learning at the institution is set to begin on Monday but says this was a situation created by ‘stubborn management’.