Mark Jakins: I quit Primedia Broadcasting in best interest of company, staff
Mark Jakins says that he resigned from his position following sexual harassment allegations because he believed that it would be in the best interest of the company and employees.
East Rand teen due in court after being caught flushing away counterfeit money
The teenager was released into the care of his parents on Tuesday after his arrest.
Mashaba refers himself to ethics committee over nepotism claims
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba insists that Lephatsi Financial Services is not doing business with the city and has given the newspaper until Thursday to retract the article.
Primedia CEO denies friendship with former exec accused of sexual misconduct
The company says it received three complaints from staff members in the sales department last week regarding the behaviour of Mark Jakins at a recent staff function.
DA's Bloom claims 8 more missing former Esidimeni patients found
MEC Gwen Ramokgopa confirmed during the Esidimeni arbitration hearings that four patients had been found with authorities being told that eight more had been located.
Police probing murder of man believed to be ANCYL official's bodyguard
According to 'The Star' newspaper, Namashana was killed allegedly by people wanting information about contents of the house believed to be belonging to Nkabinde's wife.
NGO calls for no bail for murder accused Enzo Pietropaolo
Enzo Pietropaolo is accused of shooting his wife, Manuela, nine times last November.
SA authorities to rope in Interpol to track down Estina suspects
The Hawks are still trying to confirm the whereabouts of fugitive Ajay Gupta amid claims that he's skipped the country.
'House of horrors' case: Accused expected back in court
The man and his wife were arrested at their home almost four years ago after one of their children escaped from their family home and asked neighbours for help.
Mashaba denies hiring wife’s firm to fix City of Joburg's financial problems
The 'Sowetan' is reporting that its seen documents confirming a meeting three weeks ago between a representative of Connie Mashaba's company and the city.
SABC anchor Peter Ndoro to take break after on-air errors
During Thursday night's news bulletin, Peter Ndoro erroneously referred to Cyril Ramaphosa while he was reading a story about Zimbabwe's MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai who died earlier this week.
Zuma supporters to abide by ANC's decision to recall him
Leaders in the ANC Youth League and MKMVA say they have no choice now but to accept the NEC's decision to recall Jacob Zuma, as well as his decision to go.
Nelson Mandela Foundation welcomes arrests in Vrede dairy farm case
The Hawks raided the Gupta compound in Saxonworld and several other residences this week.
FPB tribunal reclassifies controversial film 'Inxeba'
This means the movie can only be distributed from designated adult premises and can no longer be screened at cinemas.
Legal Aid SA: Esidimeni survivors want R1m in compensation
More than 1,700 patients were moved from Life Esidimeni facilities to ill-equipped NGOs by the Gauteng Health Department.
Moseneke likens treatment of Esidimeni patients to slave trade
The families of loved ones who died have been awarded R200,000 each, with an additional R180,000 in damages for emotional trauma.
Esidimeni lawyers argue for constitutional damages in closing arguments
The state has reached an agreement with the families of patients, to compensate each complainant for common law damages amounting to R200,000.
Inside the Life Esidimeni compensation agreement
Compensation will be provided to each of the victims' families both in terms of common law claims and constitutional claims.