Mashaba’s legal team putting together ‘solid case’ against home affairs dept
The mayor says the city continues to deal with thousands of undocumented foreign nationals.
African Diaspora Forum ‘happy’ to join upcoming case against home affairs
The NGO says it’s disappointing that an advanced country like SA is behind in its ability to gather statistics relating to foreign nationals.
Timing of legal threats over Jacques Pauw’s book questioned
Exclusive Books CEO Benjamin Trisk says as a business they refuse to censor books.
Five arrested for hijacking of buildings in JHB
Group forensic and investigation services director Lucky Sindane says no undocumented foreign nationals were arrested because the Home Affairs Department did not participate in the operation.
Missing Fochville lions yet to be found
The Captured in Africa Foundation says the lions have been spotted on the odd occasion by residents.
Exclusive Books says sale of Jacques Pauw book not against law
Jacques Pauw's new book The President's Keepers contains allegations against President Jacob Zuma relating to corruption and irregularities with his tax affairs.
Limpopo police hunt suspects after armed robbery on farm
It’s understood two men arrived at the farm on Friday and held farm workers and the owner at gunpoint demanding cash.
Sibanye-Stillwater retrenches 2,000 workers at Cooke operations
The group says that after extensive discussions and assessments, it had no choice but to follow through with the retrenchments.
No meals for KZN pupils since July
The National Teacher’s Union says its saddened to learn that pupils at schools throughout KwaZulu-Natal have gone without meals since July this year.
Two suspects arrested for Fochville farmer’s murder
It’s understood the pair approached the farmer asking for water and then pulled out a gun and shot him in the upper body.
Bus catches fire in Auckland Park
It’s not yet clear what lead to the fire, emergency services say no one has been hurt.
[ALERT] NUM: Sibanye Gold lays off 2,000 workers at Cooke gold mine
The National Union of Mineworkers says Sibanye has issued termination letters to over 2,000 mine workers at its Cooke gold operation.
Justice Minister reacts to Danny Jordaan sexual assault claims
Jennifer Ferguson claims Jordaan sexually assaulted her at a Port Elizabeth hotel in 1997.
Cops continue search for Limpopo prison escapees
One of the escapees was rearrested on Friday afternoon.
1 of 6 Limpopo prison escapees rearrested
The six suspects managed to run away on Thursday night when prison warders went on strike at the Kutama Sinthumule Prison.
Tambo Foundation hosts centenary commemoration lecture
The Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation says guests expected to attend the lecture include George Bizos and retired chief justice Dikgang Moseneke.
Police probe after man hit by Gautrain in Midrand
Gautrain has confirmed the 61-year-old man was killed on Thursday afternoon.
Police hunt 6 Limpopo prison escapees
It’s understood the prisoners went on a rampage damaging property by setting buildings alight after warders went on strike.