Sapu says 3 police officers want to lay charges against Mbalula
The union says Fikile Mbalula accused the officers of working with criminals in the Krugersdorp and Kagiso in Gauteng during his time as minister.
66 children injured after bus overturns in Midvaal
Emergency services say they arrived on the scene to find the bus lying on its roof. Many of the children had already climbed out of the vehicle.
Reinstated Prasa employees want clarity on resuming work
At least 700 workers were fired from Prasa and were reinstated after the Labour Court ruled in their favour.
Makhura to embark on drive to shut down illegal businesses in townships
During his State of the Province Address on Monday he said efforts would be made to enforce by-laws and trading regulations as township entrepreneurs continue to struggle.
Makhura says happy with Ramaphosa’s cabinet reshuffle
The Premier says while he’s aware of the concerns raised over the retention of some ministers, skepticism is good.
Makhura: E-toll system has failed
On the tolling of Gauteng's highways, Gauteng Premier David Makhura says he'll be speaking to President Cyril Ramaphosa to find a solution.
Makhura uses Sopa to call for fresh approach to land issues
The Gauteng premier says he welcomes the African National Congress resolution to expropriate land without compensation.
Makhura again apologises for Esidimeni tragedy
The project, which saw dozens of psychiatric patients transferred from Life Esidimeni facilities, led to the deaths of at least 144 people.
Makhura set to deliver State of Province Address
Gauteng Premier David Makhura will be addressing job creation, investment and improving the lives of people living in the province.
Mxolisi Nxasana's case to be heard in court soon
President Cyril Ramaphosa withdrew former president Jacob Zuma's appeal against a high court judgment that NPA boss Shaun Abrahams should vacate his position.
National Lottery Commission cuts NSPCA funding
The NSPCA says while the decision is highly disappointing, it will continue its fundraising efforts with the public.
Ramaphosa withdraws appeal over Abrahams’s position
Former president Jacob Zuma previously appealed the ruling by the High Court in Pretoria.
Pregnant women urged to be alert to Listeriosis symptoms
Head of the Centre for Enteric Diseases at the NICD Dr Juno Thomas has warned that pregnant women are most at risk.
Transport Dept to launch new train service between Joburg, Limpopo
The department says the train is set to be used by Zimbabwean customers crossing the border after stopping in Musina.
Home Affairs Dept conducts inspection at ANN7 studios
The department says as part of its mandate, the inspectorate directorate undertakes regular inspections on the basis of information provided to it.
Listeriosis death toll rises to 172
The National Health Laboratory Service says 915 cases of the disease have been confirmed since January 2017.
[LISTEN] Primedia Broadcasting names former exec accused of misconduct
In a vague and terse statement, the company has moved to clarify that it first became aware of the allegations last week and not last year as mentioned on social media.
Pair to appear in court on conspiracy to export drone parts
While the duo remains in custody, police are following the normal extradition process following a request from the United States.