Unions say bus strike continues despite agreement on offer
This is despite an agreement on the offer on the table. The sticking point is workers' demand for backpay from 1 April.
Sibanye gold shafts are killer zones - Cosatu protesters
The picket comes in the wake of the deaths of seven miners at Sibanye-Stillwater’s’ Driefontein mine near Carletonville last week.
Further talks planned in bid to end national bus strike
Unions have made a counter-demand of a 9% wage increase for the first year and 8% in 2019.
Gauteng MEC apologises for police’s response to Katlego Joja's disappearance
The 10-year-old autistic girl went missing last week and her body was found in the Moretele River on Sunday.
Katlego Joja death: Suspension & disciplinary steps after cops' delayed response
The Department of Community Safety has announced sanctions following the delayed response by police when the family of Katlego Joja reported her missing.
#NotInMyName to march for justice after Katlego Joja's death
The 10-year-old girl, who had been diagnosed with autism, was found at the Moretele River on Sunday night after she had gone missing.
Suspects in Germiston toddler's kidnapping to wait for bail bids
The suspects, which include the child’s domestic worker, appeared at the Palm Ridge magistrates court on Monday.
Katlego Joja’s family saddened by slow response from police
The family says they were told that a kidnapping case could only be opened after 24 hours at the local police station.
Family seeks answers after body of Katlego Joja (10) found
Joja, who was diagnosed with autism, went missing on Thursday morning and was eventually found on Sunday afternoon.
Outa welcomes High Court’s decision on Prasa probe
Outa has won the right to participate in the legal action which compels the Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority to investigate allegations of fraud and corruption at Prasa.
Mashaba: City’s biggest problem is R17bn inherited debt
Mayor Herman Mashaba says apart from this, almost R5 billion worth of debt is owed to the city for just this year.
[UPDATE] N3 cleared of debris, all lanes reopened after protest
At least 15 trucks were set alight and 18 others looted during the demonstration which forced the closure of the busy highway at the Mooi River Toll Plaza
Bus companies still willing to negotiate to end strike
Employers are offering a 9% salary increase from this month until next march. This will be followed by an 8% hike from April 2019 until march 2020.
Tshwane metro cops probe officer kicking unarmed woman
Police say the female police officer's statement has been taken as well as the woman she's seen assaulting in the video.
Ramaphosa reiterates calls for land to be returned to black South Africans
Ramaphosa said government is working hard to implement radical economic transformation by empowering young South Africans.
Metro cop who attacked unarmed woman could face assault charges
Police say the female police officer's statement has been taken as well as the woman she's seen assaulting in the video that’s being shared on social media.
'We are working to de-racialise our economy'
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the state is serious about supporting black businesses.
Ramaphosa: Work being done to make SA competitive, attractive
Speaking at the official Freedom Day celebrations in Bloemfontein, the president said money that’s been illegally taken out of SA must come back to the country to work for its people.