Brand SA declines to detail sexual misconduct claims against CEO
In April, Makhubela took a leave of absence after the company appointed an independent firm to investigate claims of alleged sexual misconduct against him.
Brand SA probes sexual misconduct claims against CEO Makhubela
In April, Kingsley Makhubela took a leave of absence after the company appointed an independent firm to look into the claims.
Sadtu wants swift action in curbing initiation school deaths
The union has called on traditional leaders, government and civil society to take a stand against illegal initiation schools.
PSA to proceed with urgent court application against Susan Shabangu
The PSA says Sassa has failed to table any counteroffer to its demand of a wage hike of between 13 and 15%.
Families grateful to be with loved ones at Nelson Mandela Children Hospital
The hospital has given some disadvantaged families from various parts of the country hope as no child will be turned away because they can’t afford to pay.
Mandela Children's Hospital brings hope to families
The hospital is one of the biggest in the southern hemisphere and is the fulfilment of one of Madiba’s biggest dreams.
SAHRC probing Hammanskraal water contamination claims
Residents have complained that the water supply possibly causes cholera and are unhappy about what they say is poor healthcare at the Jubilee District Hospital.
PSA seeks to avoid strike as Sassa wage talks collapse
Workers affiliated to the PSA protested over the past few weeks, demanding higher salaries.
SAHRC visits Hammanskraal over claims of water contamination
Residents have complained that their supply could be infected with cholera and claim they receive poor health care from the local district facility.
Cele calls for tougher judicial stance on cop killers
Police Minister Bheki Cele says that he will not tolerate the continuous attacks on South Africa's men and women in blue.
Bheki Cele: Police winning war on cash-in-transit heists
The Hawks confirmed at the weekend that they’ve identified the mastermind behind the robberies.
Cele says his dept focused on curbing cop killings
Cele was speaking outside the Germiston magistrates court on Monday where four men linked to the murder of at least two Ekurhuleni police officers made their first appearance.
Vila Kasi’s Channon Merricks slams claims of duping workers
Ninety employees claim they have not been paid for several weeks now after being duped into leaving their jobs and join the channel which was apparently due to launch next month.
Workers at bogus TV channel angry & frustrated in pay row
Ninety employees, including some top journalists, have been left in limbo after allegedly being lured to leave their jobs to join the channel, believing it would broadcast 24 hours a day on DStv.
Grayston bridge inquiry completes work, awaits closing arguments
Two people were killed and 19 others were injured when the scaffolding around the temporary bridge caved in on the busy Johannesburg highway in 2015.
ANC in PTA: Msimanga set on hiring incompetent, unqualified white DA members
The ANC in Tshwane says Mayor Solly Msimanga's executive director of the city Stefan de Villiers has no qualifications except a questionable body builder's certificate.
Post Office, Telkom workers to continue picketing for salary increases
Thousands of workers at the Post Office and Telkom went on strike last week, demanding a 12% salary hike.
Wage talks between Sassa, employees expected to get underway
Workers affiliated to the Public Servants Association (PSA) have been protesting, demanding higher salaries.