Home Affairs Dept signs trial phase deal with banks to increase service points
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize says one of the best ways to turn around the department is to move towards digitisation.
Brian Molefe received R30m payout from Eskom - report
Molefe would have had to earn a yearly gross income of R146 million to have a pension of R30 million paid to him.
KZN bus crash claims 12 lives
Twelve people were killed, and six are in a critical condition, in the bus crash that occurred in the KZN Midlands on Saturday.
1 killed, 4 injured as bus and truck collide in Pretoria
The driver of the bus was found dead on the scene while four people were treated for their injuries.
Hlengiwe Mkhize: Home Affairs needs to change old systems
The Home Affairs minister says while there are a number of challenges facing her department, they are looking at immediate issues.
SAPS mum on Dlamini-Zuma’s security details
The SAPS says Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma continues to receive protection from the PPU because of ongoing investigations in relation to threats directed at her.
High Easter traffic volumes recorded on N3 Toll Route
The N3 Toll Concession says nearly 1,500 vehicles per hour have been passing between Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
Police say Dlamini-Zuma given VIP protection following threats
The police statement comes after media reports on the continued protection of Dlamini-Zuma, by the PPU despite not being an MP or a cabinet minister.
Commuters disappointed as bus strike disrupts Easter plans
Commuters who have been left stranded by the national bus strike say they’re disappointed that their plans for the Easter long weekend have been disrupted.
Nehawu-affiliated social workers suspend 5-week-long strike
Social workers affiliated with the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union are expected to return to work next week.
Nehawu strike at Social Development Dept over
Nehawu says workers will go back to work on Friday despite some outstanding issues before the National Bargaining Council.
Ontlametse remembered for her courage & determination
Ontlametse Phalatse was born with progeria, a rare genetic disorder that causes a child’s body to age fast. She passed away at the George Mukhari Hospital after experiencing breathing problems.
Human chain formed in Huddle Park amid anti-Zuma marches
Members of Chains of Change, dressed in black, carried South African flags at Huddle Park.
SACP to hold another march after Tshwane protest cancelled
The SA Communist Party says it won’t be running to the court to oppose the City of Tshwane’s decision preventing it from marching on Friday.
EMS braces for heavy rain, thunderstorms in Joburg
Johannesburg Emergency Services say disaster management officials have been deployed to areas throughout the city to monitor possible flooding.
Alex residents sift through ashy remains following fire
The community, department officials and disaster management are on the scene to help those who have been left homeless by the Tuesday blaze.
Dlamini denies avoiding questions around Sassa saga
Minister Bathabile Dlamini was speaking at the Ipeleng Community Centre in Soweto as part of her visit to various Sassa pay points in Gauteng.
Minister Dlamini visits Sassa pay points to restore confidence
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini says she is there to apologise to beneficiaries about the controversy surrounding social grant payouts.