Prison authorities: No taxpayers' money used for prison strippers
Explicit pictures have been widely circulated on social media of half-naked women, in knee-high boots and sexy lingerie entertaining convicts at a Johannesburg prison.
#PrisonStrippers: ‘There was a clear breach of security’
The Johannesburg Central Prison is home to some of the country’s most dangerous convicts however, it's emerged half-naked women were allowed on Youth Day.
Criminal lawyer Tumi Mokoena remanded in custody for 4 attempted murders
It's understood he was visiting the farm to represent workers in a salary dispute with management when he opened fire.
ANCYL: ConCourt schooled opposition on Speaker's powers
The African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) has welcomed the Constitutional Court ruling on the secret ballot.
Cosas: ANC must pledge support for free education
The student organisation says it believes free education is possible and says it will use the conference to persuade delegates to resolve on a policy for its introduction.
Metered taxi drivers lament preferential treatment given to Uber drivers
The Concerned Metered Taxi Association’s Fred Skhosana says one of their drivers was attacked in Brooklyn earlier this week.
Metered taxi drivers abandon strike plans, submit list of grievances
Metered taxi drivers are angry over Uber rates, saying the cab hailing service is pricing them out of business.
Cumberland police hunt poachers after 3 rhinos killed
It is understood that farm workers found the dehorned animals on Wednesday night and alerted authorities.
Cops bust 7 with explosives worth R3.7m in Mpumalanga
The Hawks believe the suspects may be part of an illegal network acquiring military explosives from Mozambique.
Salga calls for consequences over irregular municipal expenditure
The South African Local Government Association has called for stern action to be taken against municipalities who don’t comply with audit outcomes.
Over 3,000 PTA guards may lose jobs when security companies contracts expire
The City of Tshwane said metro police officers will not be replacing contracted security guards in the capital but will only be filling in while a new tender is finalised.
OUTsurance vows production process shake up after video gaffe
OUTsurance has since retracted the advert and has apologised, calling it an unintentional oversight.
DA calls for court action over Gauteng mortuary strike
Workers affiliated to South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) are demanding similar benefits to pathologists.
OUTsurance apologises for Father’s Day video
The video was posted on Twitter and Facebook featuring mostly white dads and only one black father, causing a stir on social media.
Growing calls for Gauteng govt to intervene in mortuary strike
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has criticised Premier David Makhura saying he's been missing from the crisis.
Gauteng govt mortuaries strike: Families anxiously waiting to bury loved ones
The High Court in Johannesburg has ordered the Diepkloof Mortuary in Soweto to release the remains of Mohammed Bhayat.
Lenasia family wins court order for mortuary to perform post-mortem
Mohammed Bhayat's family will finally be able to bury him after the High Court in Johannesburg ordered that his body be released and a post-mortem be conducted.
Competition Commission urged to urgently conclude cancer meds probe
This week, the Competition Commission announced that it is probing pharmaceutical companies, Aspen, Pfizer and Roche for various suspected transgressions.