Economist attributes petrol hike to petrol tax increase
Economist at ETM Analytics George Glynos says if more taxes are layered petrol prices will keep increasing.
SAHRC child protection week activities come to an end
The SAHRC says the campaign has so far been a successful endeavour as it better helps children understand their rights and responsibilities.
Charlotte Maxeke Hospital hopeful communication with staff will improve
The hospital’s management has expressed its disappointment over Thursday's violent protest when angry workers rampaged the hallways of the hospital.
2 involved in illegal mining, possession of explosives due in Boksburg court
The suspects were arrested yesterday at the Angelo informal settlement in Boksburg
EMPD arrests 2 alleged illegal miners in Boksburg
Officials say they found explosives after searching a shack belonging to one of the suspects.
100 people protest in Katlehong
It’s understood the residents are protesting over power cuts.
Charlotte Maxeke Hospital’s management disappointed with staff protest
The hospital’s spokesperson Lungiswa Mvumvu says the strike by workers was unprotected.
SAHRC: Communities must work with govt to promote rights of children
As part of Child Protection Week, the commission hosted a dialogue on substance abuse and child justice in Hammanskraal on Friday.
Police remain on high alert at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital
Hundreds of workers went on a rampage on Thursday over unpaid bonuses, and many patients were forced out of the building.
SABC: Sexual harassment inquiry is to prevent future incidents
The corporation says it hopes that cases of sexual harassment can be dealt with firmly and transparently during the hearings.
AgriSA report shows decline in farm murders
The agricultural industry association has found the highest numbers of farm attacks occurred from 2001 to 2002, but after that, there was a downward trend.
SABC sets up inquiry into sexual harassment, editorial interference
The SABC says it has taken the decision off the back of recommendations from the ad hoc committee that was established to deal with all instances of unlawful conduct.
Tshwane police on high alert in wake of taxi violence
It’s understood the tensions are between two rival taxi associations fighting over routes from the Pretoria CBD to Atteridgeville.
SAHRC to continue Child Protection Week tour at Gauteng schools
The commission, along with the Justice Department, began the visits on Monday and activities will end on Sunday.
PSA members at Sassa to go on strike over salary dispute
The union says its almost 5,000 members at Sassa will not report to work next week after talks broke down between the two over a tabled wage demand.
Cops confirm another attack on cash van
However, the van hit another car and the criminals managed to rob the guards of their firearms before fleeing the scene.
Tshwane police monitor violent demonstrations in Atteridgeville
Taxi operators barricaded several roads on Tuesday in what’s believed to have been a dispute between two associations over routes that run from the Pretoria CBD to Atteridgeville.
5 arrested amid clashes between taxi operators, police in Atteridgeville
The drivers had barricaded a major route in the area earlier Tuesday, resulting in heavy traffic.