Three arrested for possession of explosives
It is believed that the suspects planned to use the explosives for bombing ATM machines.
'Esidimeni tragedy should serve as reminder to health professionals'
One hundred and forty-four mentally ill people died after the Gauteng Health Department moved them to ill-equipped NGOs in 2016.
Tiger Brands appeals to consumers to return all Enterprise processed meats
Tiger Brands says it’s now temporarily closed its Pretoria abattoir and is awaiting the results of genome tests which will determine the strain of the bacteria.
Santaco in Ekhuruleni to demand resignation of Mayor Masina
The protesters will be marching from Germiston taxi rank to the council chamber to hand over a memorandum.
Commuters, airport travellers warned of delays ahead of Ekurhuleni taxi strike
Taxi drivers are unhappy with the state of the roads in the municipality, saying the deteriorating conditions are damaging their vehicles.
City of Ekurhuleni says will suspend bus services ahead of taxi strike
It's understood the Ekhurhuleni taxi industry plans to block the R21 and R24, allegedly to protest against the metro's withdrawal of funding for a new bus system.
JMPD monitors R550, R557 amid violent protest
It's understood the protesters have torched a truck and are stoning vehicles in response to JMPD demolishing illegal shacks near Kanana Park.
Tiger Brands closes Pretoria factory after listeria detected
The company announced the temporary closure of its Pretoria factory on Monday just weeks after suspending operations at its Polokwane and Germiston operations.
Unions to march over bonuses for Gauteng Health Dept officials
Marchers will make their way from Mary Fitzgerald Square to the premier's office and then the province's Health Department to hand over memorandums.
Ramaphosa wants full report from Prasa after train driver attack
The woman was stripped naked and assaulted earlier this week on the Pretoria-Pienaarspoort line.
Ramaphosa condemns attack on female Prasa driver
The Passenger Rail Agency confirmed on Wednesday that a driver had been hit on the head with a brick and stripped naked earlier this week.
KZN police deploy more manpower to Eshowe after violent protests
A group of about 300 community members have been protesting since Wednesday night after a man was shot and killed by a security guard on the farm.
Limpopo Education investigates after girl (5) electrocuted at school
It's understood Vhutuhawe Madala came into contact with a live wire at her primary school on Thursday morning and died instantly.
Farmer's house, sugarcane plantation set alight amid protests in Eshowe
It’s believed the protests were sparked after a man was shot dead by a security guard on the farm.
Girl (5) electrocuted at Limpopo school
It's understood the pupil was walking on the school premises in the Thondoni Village when she came into contact with an electric wire.
Dirco speaking to Australia over move to fast-track visas for white SA farmers
International Relations says that Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton's comments are based on information from unreliable sources, such as AfriForum.
2 train commuters shot, wounded in Benoni
Eyewitnesses have told paramedics that both men were on the train when the shots were fired late on Wednesday afternoon.
Prasa concerned after Pretoria female driver attacked
It's understood a Prasa employee was being dragged into a bush by a group of criminals when a Prasa response team intercepted them.