Wheelchair patron refused entry at Rosebank club
The club owner, George Bopts, says he is still getting clarity from the bouncers who were there that evening.
Shootout between police, armed robbery suspects in Joburg
A suspect has been gunned down and another has been wounded during a shootout near Edenvale.
MEC doesn’t think SA will reach stage of free education for all
Ismail Vadi says it’s important that the opportunity for higher education for poorer students is not lost.
Bench Marks Foundation: Zuma's threat to shut down Lonmin weightless
President Jacob Zuma threatened to shut down Lonmin mine if it does not submit a compliant housing plan.
Treasury satisfied with handling of Eskom affairs
National Treasury says the manner in which it dealt with Eskom is a good indicator of how problems can be resolved.
National Treasury calls for steps to reduce unemployment
Treasury says SA's economy urgently needs to grow in order to expand business operations & reduce the high unemployment numbers.
Samsa: Overloaded rescue vessel led to Harties drownings
A smaller boat had come to the assistance of the larger cruise vessel which had caught fire at the Hartesbeespoort Dam at the weekend.
Club owners, event organisers face probe after Hartbeespoort Dam boat disaster
Three people drowned and one person burned to death after a boat called Prime Time caught fire.
Probe launched into Hartbeespoort Dam boat tragedy
Three people have drowned & another burned to death after a party boat caught fire.
Boat fire in Hartbeespoort Dam leaves 4 people dead
Hartbeespoort emergency medical services estimate about 200 people were on the boat at the time of the incident.
UPDATE: At least 3 people killed in Riverlea shootout
It’s understood two suspected hijackers were shot by police after they were spotted in a stolen minibus in JHB CBD.
Residents warned of power outages in JHB south
Some of the areas that will be affected tomorrow include Alan Manor, Kibler Park and Mondeor.
Ramaphosa: It's possible to employ 6 million people by 2019
The deputy president says engaging big business on investment can enhance the Public Works programme.
Cyril Ramaphosa: We desire a corruption-free SA
Deputy President Ramaphosa says South Africans must not appoint what he calls “Mickey Mouse people” to manage the country’s affairs.
Zuma to visit families affected by flash floods in Alexandra
The president is today expected to visit the families affected by last week’s heavy rain & flooding near the Jukskei River.
MEC wants to halt flood victims from rebuilding in high risk areas
Homes have been destroyed by heavy rains in Gauteng last week, leaving at least seven people dead and hundreds displaced.
Busisiwe Mkhwebane: Molefe's resignation a loss to SA
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she hopes he will be able to serve in other structures.
Gauteng floods: Business owners close shop, girl (3) still missing
At least six people have died in the past 24 hours with a three-year-old little girl from Alexandra still missing.