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.
Untu calls on SAPS & Prasa to beef up security at train stations
The union says there’s been a worrying increase in train hijackings by criminals in hotspots in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape.
Two children killed, 11 injured in Rustenburg collision
Emergency services say they arrived on the scene to find the taxi lying on its side and the car against a concrete fence a few metres away.
Minister Mkhize wraps up meeting with CRL Commission
The commission has taken Zweli Mkhize's department through its mandate and how it plans to deal with issues such as 'Inxeba' and the Ngcobo murders.
Uber driver speaks out after murder of Siyabonga Ngcobo
Several drivers from e-hailing services say it’s disappointing that a young man like Ngcobo who was simply trying to make ends meet was brutally killed.
Dept set to strengthen legislation in wake of Taxify driver’s murder
A march by activist group Not in My Name was held in Pretoria on Friday with demonstrators demanding justice for Siyabonga Ngcobo (21).
Taxi violence: Not in My Name says enough is enough
Demonstrators are moving from the Tshwane University of Technology, where Ncgobo was a student, to the scene where his charred remains were found in his car last week.
Not in My Name to demand justice for murdered Taxify driver in Pretoria march
Siyabonga Ngcobo's charred remains were found in his car in what his colleagues believe is a murder that was carried out by rival metered taxi drivers.
ANC in Joburg asks Public Protector to probe the city
The ANC says there are several issues highlighted in its complaint, including that mayor Herman Mashaba seems to be at a conflict of interest.
Ramaphosa, ANC to visit communities in bid to encourage voter registration
The Independent Electoral Commission is urging all voters across the country to update their details ahead of next year’s general elections.
Vadi urges metered taxi operators to denounce Taxify driver's murder
On Wednesday, both MEC Ismail Vadi and Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane visited the family to send their condolences and support.
Taxify shocked by driver's murder
Taxify representatives and local government visit the students home on Wednesday to pay their respects.
Vadi, Nkosi-Malobane visit family of murdered Taxify driver Ngcobo
Twenty-one-year-old Siyabonga Ngcobo, a Sports Management student at the Tshwane University of Technology, was murdered in Arcadia.
'Inxeba' producers head to court over age restriction matter
The Film and Publication Board's Appeals Tribunal raised the age restriction on the film last month as protesters in parts of the Eastern and Western Cape stopped screenings.
Nene: Energy Dept needs R1 trillion for nuclear plans
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene confirmed that nuclear plans will remain on the table but will only be implemented at a pace the country can afford.
Nene: State can't work alone to provide free higher education
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says that the state is committed to funding the initiative but assistance is needed from partnerships with private sector.
Nene believes those involved in state capture will be prosecuted
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says it’s time that graft is rejected as the norm and is identified at all levels of governance.
Dagada to approach high court to challenge his firing
Dagada says he will be challenging the way in which the investigation into allegations of his breaching of the city's code of conduct was carried out.