Unisa urges prospective students to apply online
Unisa has extended its applications for the 2018 academic year, while the registration closing date has also been moved to 30 January.
New Eskom board a step in right direction - economists
Government has taken drastic measures to address the issues that have been crippling the state-owned entity by appointing the new board led by Jabu Mabuza as the chairperson.
BLSA optimistic after appointment of new Eskom board
Government has appointed businessman Jabu Mabuza as Eskom's new chairperson with Phakamani Hadebe as the acting group chief executive.
About 50 injured in Kempton Park bus accident
Paramedics say they found the bus lying on its side on the R25 under the Zuurfontein Bridge. Some commuters were still inside.
Opposition parties welcome new Eskom board
The new board will be led by Jabu Mabuza as the chairperson while Phakamani Hadebe has been appointed as the acting group chief executive.
Alleged illegal mine owners to appear in Burgersfort court tomorrow
The suspects aged between 47 and 60 have been operating the Klipham Mine with a fraudulent license.
Wage increase talks between Nehawu, Unisa deadlock
Unisa has put forward a new offer of a 7% salary increase from the initial 6.5%, however, the union has rejected it.
Ramaphosa makes major changes at Eskom
The new board has been instructed to remove Matshela Koko and Anoj Singh as well as any other employees who face serious allegations.
ANC welcomes new Eskom board
It says far-reaching measures are needed to improve governance as well as restore the integrity of the state-owned company.
Mother, baby killed in JHB shack fire
The blaze broke out on Saturday morning, engulfing at least 12 shacks.
Almost 40 people injured in Centurion, CT collisions
Nineteen people have also been injured in a crash between a light motor vehicle and a taxi in Cape Town.
DA wants Zuma to halt Mohlaloga’s appointment at Icasa
Rubben Mohlaloga was found guilty of fraud and money laundering this week.
Dept: Sandton Technical College not accredited to offer policing course
The Higher Education Department has received calls from prospective students requesting verification of the college’s accreditation.
Unisa extends application, registration periods amid strike
Members affiliated to Nehawu disrupted the application process this week demanding wage increases.
Mangope remembered for his ‘venomous’ criticism of ANC-led govt
Popo Molefe remembers his time with Mangope as opposition leader in the North West following the end of the Bantustan era.
Rubben Mohlaloga can't serve as Icasa chair over fraud - DA
The DA says he’s disqualified because he has been convicted of defrauding the Land Bank of approximately R6 million in 2008.
Gauteng Safety MEC to meet principals over school safety
Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane will also visit schools in Sebokeng as part of Gauteng government’s readiness programme.
Ahmed Timol’s family appeals to NPA to act on inquest findings
Last year, the High Court set aside the original inquest finding that Timol had committed suicide and identified three former apartheid policemen as playing a role in the cover-up.