Msimanga wants full audit of staff after Aucamp qualifications scandal
It emerged last week that Solly Msimanga’s now former chief of staff Marietha Aucamp was appointed to the post despite the fact that she only holds a matric.
1 cop dead, 6 injured in Northgate accident
The police say the officers were attending to a duty call when the accident occurred.
'KZN killings seem politically motivated, but to be confirmed after probe'
Two African National Congress members and an Inkatha Freedom Party member have been killed this month.
Deal to create 75K jobs in IT sector over 3 years sealed
The Jobs Summit Initiative has signed an agreement with members of the ITA that they hire unskilled young people who will then be trained.
Sam Nzima to be remembered at memorial service
Nzima is best known for his photo of a dying young Hector Pieterson during the 1976 uprising.
Court dismisses joined bid to set aside govt’s proposed fracking regulations
AfriForum and Treasure the Karoo say the regulations are unlawful on various grounds.
Masutha in talks with UAE ambassador over extradition agreement
Justice Minister Michael Masutha says discussions around speeding up the finalisation of a mutual legal assistance and extradition bilateral agreement between the UAE and South Africa are underway.
3 teens drown trying to cross river in Umlazi
The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has sent its condolences to the families of the victims.
Traffic still congested as soccer fans make way to FNB Stadium
Motorists heading to the game have been urged to avoid the Soweto and Naturena off ramps.
Special provincial funeral declared for veteran lensman Sam Nzima
Nzima passed away in a hospital in Mpumalanga on Saturday.
Security guards wounded in Joburg cash-in-transit heist recovering in hospital
Criminals on Tuesday night shot at the vehicle, causing the tyres to burst and then looted it.
Hundreds of foreign nationals stranded in NW following protests
Most foreigners here say they are afraid to return to their communities while Mahumapelo remains in his position because they fear a resurgence of violence.
Security guards shot & wounded in Joburg cash-in-transit heist
JMPD Wayne Minnaar says suspects shot the cash transport vehicle, bursting its tyres, before gaining access to it.
[WATCH] ‘ANC, EFF stance on land issue an attack on white population’
Political Commentator Moeletsi Mbeki says the ANC is trying to bring back voters who are abandoning the ruling party by attacking the white population.
Protesters block Soweto road with burning tyres
The JMPD says it is not safe for motorists to drive in the area.
‘Apartheid Israel can be defeated’
Protesters say the US’s decision to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is regrettable.
Corruption Watch adamant Moyane should face criminal charges
Corruption Watch says it welcomes the filing of disciplinary charges against Tom Moyane, the hearing alone is not enough.
Rob Davies: US steel tariffs having adverse effect SA steel sector
The duties came into effect in mid-March and include a 10% tariff on the imports of aluminium and a 25% tariff on imports of steel into the US.