Lenasia South councillor promises to deal with land grab issues
The ward councillor in the Lenasia South area has assured residents that no illegal structures will be built in the area, especially near their houses.
Lenasia South residents lay charges against SAPS
Residents have laid criminal charges against the South African Police Service for firing rubber bullets during protests in which five people were injured on Tuesday morning.
Four men arrested in connection with gold scam denied bail
The men were detained on Friday in Johannesburg following a sting operation.
'Life sentence for Wisani would be justice for all abused women in SA'
The twin sister of the woman killed by former ANCYL leader Patrick Wisani says she would be disappointed if he got anything less than life imprisonment.
Former ANCYL member's girlfriend beaten like a 'slave'
Patrick Wisani was found guilty of beating Nosipho Mandleleni to death at the couple’s Yeoville flat in 2015.
Convicted murderer Wisani pleads for mercy
Last year, the former African National Congress Youth League leader was found guilty of murdering his girlfriend Nosipho Mandleleni in the couple's Yeoville flat.
Motsoeneng to meet with legal team as fresh charges emerge
Lawyers for Hlaudi Motsoeneng are expected to obtain clarity on new charges being levelled against him after he held a media briefing last week.
Wits ready to speak to disgruntled students
Wits University's Shirona Patel says the university is cognisant of the concerns listed in the memorandum and they are considering solutions.
Wits students warn of more protests
The students say Thursday’s protest was just the beginning of what they have planned in terms of mobilising students to get management’s attention.
Zuma sends condolences after PAC leader Philip Kgosana dies
Kgosana passed away at a Pretoria hospital on Thursday after a short illness.
Wits SRC claims Habib doesn’t care for students’ well-being
A group of Wits students are protesting over accommodation and their treatment by the university's management.
Police ministry warns of legal action if Ntlemeza refuses to leave office
Last week the High Court in Pretoria ruled that Berning Ntlemeza be removed immediately as the Hawks boss.
‘Pleas by SABC employees set the tone for new board’s agenda’
Media Monitoring Africa says workers believe the newly appointed board may be able to make changes.
DA raises concerns over Finance Minister’s new economic advisor
The DA says the appointment of professor Chris Malikane as the Finance Minister’s economic advisor could shake investor confidence.
Police ministry won’t reconsider decision to fire Ntlemeza
It's reported that Berning Ntlemeza has refused to vacate his office, saying he'll be reporting for work on Tuesday.
Ntlemeza refuses to vacate Hawks office, insists he’s still boss
Last week, the Pretoria High Court ruled that Berning Ntlemeza should step down from his position immediately.
Putco agrees to continue talks with striking bus drivers & unions
Management of bus company Putco says they will be meeting with unions and workers to see whether a resolution can be found to stop the strike.
Stranded commuters make their own plans to return home
Some commuters have turned to taxis and other alternative transport, but many long-distance travellers are stranded.