Motorists urged to avoid roads near Nancefield station amid protest
The angry residents are demanding that the government deliver housing for the informal settlement.
Community furious after 2 killed in Nancefield protest
Train services at the Nancefield station have been suspended until further notice.
Coligny teen: Defence applies to have case brought forward
The case against Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte, who are accused of killing Matlhomola Moshoeu in April, was today postponed to August.
Parents of dead Coligny boy want case to be fast-tracked
Pieter Doorewaad and Phillip Schutte are accused of beating Matlhomola Moshoeu to death in April.
Case against 2 men accused of killing Coligny teen postponed to August
Magistrate Wicus Loggernberg postponed the matter to 7 August, saying the prosecutor had asked for extra time to allow for investigations.
Ramaphosa: Mbete can't hide behind veil on secret ballot
Cyril Ramaphosa tells Eyewitness News he supports the Constitutional Court’s ruling and that the Speaker can't hide behind the veil that she doesn’t know what to do.
Men accused of killing Coligny teen back in court today
Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte are accused of killing 16-year-old Matlhomola Mosweu in April.
Ramaphosa slams suggestions to amend Constitutional mandate of Sarb
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkwebane recommended that Absa repay over R1 billion used to bail out the Bankcorp Group during the apartheid era.
Jeremy Cronin: South Africa still needs the ANC
The SACP Jeremy Cronin says the ANC needs to go back to its glory days going back to values that the likes of Oliver Tambo embodied.
Ramaphosa: Young, ethical leadership needed to restore SA's moral fibre
Cyril Ramaphosa says that his predecessors, such as Oliver Tambo, understood leadership and embodied humility, good morals and ethics.
Ramaphosa: The rule of law is being undermined
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa says that there’s a need for moral and ethical leadership today.
Cyril Ramaphosa honoured with leadership award
Ramaphosa addressed the Regenesys Business School in Sandton on Thursday night after receiving an award.
Police investigating attack on Uber driver in Pretoria
It is believed that the two were targeted in Sunnyside, Pretoria on Wednesday, allegedly by meter taxi drivers.
Joburg authorities brace for march by metered taxi drivers
The drivers are set to march to the Gautrain offices after a lengthy turf war with Uber operators around Gautrain stations.
Bloemfontein city hall set alight allegedly by municipal workers
Police say after inspection, it was discovered that the fire was set from inside the building.
Cops probe after driver assaulted, vehicle set alight in Pretoria
Police said it's unclear whether the vehicle that was torched on Wednesday belonged to an Uber driver.
Ramaphosa: Business shouldn't fear radical economic transformation
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says that business and ordinary South Africans should embrace the concept, adding that if properly implemented, it could improve the economy.
Ramaphosa sees ‘new ANC’ emerging from national conference
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says there will be a renewal of the ANC after the party’s consultative conference in December.