Nzimande concerned after Easter Weekend crashes claim 31 lives
The minister says he is concerned following three accidents that have resulted in multiple fatalities on South African roads.
‘Comply and complain later’ RTMC tells aggrieved traffic officers
The RTMC says the conduct of Gauteng officers deployed to Mpumalanga over Easter weekend who refused shared accommodation is ‘unacceptable’.
Gauteng Safety depart launches law enforcement plan for Easter Weekend
MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane says anyone who does not comply with the rules of the road will be dealt with.
Dept says health, safety in mines responsibility of all social partners
There has been an increase in the number of mining fatalities recorded in the first quarter of this year.
Trollip confident he will survive no confidence motion
The EFF tabled the motion earlier this month, shortly after the DA opposed an EFF motion on land expropriation without compensation in the National Assembly.
1 suspect killed, cop wounded in Joburg shootout
Emergency services say they arrived to find the suspect had died and the police officer had sustained a gunshot wound.
NUM alarmed by spike in mine deaths following Harmony Gold incident
Two miners have been killed at the Harmony Gold’s Joel mine near Theunissen in the Free State.
JMPD warns motorists to behave ahead of Easter weekend
JMPD says roadblocks will be set up on all major and busy roads and freeways. Johannesburg emergency services will remain on high alert throughout the long weekend.
City of Tshwane cancels planned water interruptions
The city says the water stoppage was meant for the installation of a water supply pipeline connection in Moreleta Park.
'It's wonderful to work with people who are trying to do the right thing'
The newly appointed acting commissioner says there has been some discomfort to all staff at Sars since the suspension of former commissioner Tom Moyane.
Zokwana: I didn't raise money for ANC through Agriculture Dept
It has been reported former president Jacob Zuma allegedly accepted a R1 million bribe from a Western Cape abalone dealer in exchange for keeping Senzeni Zokwana in his post.
Gauteng oversight committee ‘aware’ of change needed in service delivery
The committee is holding its last day of talks at Gold Reef City on public confidence in state institutions.
Police hunt for several suspects linked to Emmarentia shootout
The shootout occurred in between police and a number of gunmen in Emmarentia on Saturday.
Eskom: New charges brought against Suzanne Daniels
The charges include serious misconduct, distribution of confidential information, settlement of the McKinsey and Trillian matter, as well as her involvement in the Optimum and Tegeta pre-payments.
Three people wounded after shootout between police, gunmen in Emmarentia
It is understood police were following a car when the occupants jumped out of the vehicle and opened fire. After a chase, the assailants then hijacked another vehicle shooting the driver.
Group submits evidence to Hawks of pastors allegedly laundering money
The group marched to the CRL Commission in Johannesburg on Wednesday, calling for action against so-called false prophets accused of sexually abusing women and children.
'Time for a revolution in way religion is practised in SA'
Chairperson of the CRL Commission Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva had strong words of encouragement for those calling for the end of abuse of religion by false prophets.
Family of SA man living in Rwanda concerned about his whereabouts
Leon Orsmond's step-daughter Chelsey Orsmond says that his last Facebook post was on 16 February and she last heard from him on 29 January.