IEC: Voter registration weekend a success
Registration stations in Katlehong on the East Rand, Vuwani in Limpopo and Marikana in the North West had to be closed due to service delivery protests on Saturday.
BLF: VBS Bank being punished for giving Zuma loan
Sarb Governor Lesetja Kganyago announced that VBS Mutual Bank has been placed under curatorship with immediate effect.
#RegisterToVote: Home Affairs system back online
Voters were unable to get temporary identity documents from the department offices before joining registration queues in several stations across the country.
Itireleng residents share concerns of land & water with Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the Itireleng informal settlement outside Laudium where he attended a brief church service and conducted a walkabout.
DA calls for axing of Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba
The Constitutional Court has refused to hear the appeal brought by Gigaba to set aside a judgment by the High Court that he lied under oath.
IEC prepares for day 2 after disruptions at some registration stations
The commission had to close some stations due to ongoing service protests in some areas.
Richard Spoor: Tiger Brands must be held accountable
Last week, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi announced that the source of the listeriosis outbreak comes from two brands of polony by Tiger Brands.
‘Your vote can contribute greatly to change in SA’
Mmusi Maimane visited various voting stations in the province on Saturday, accompanied by Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba.
Richard Spoor Attorneys, Marler Clark hit Tiger Brands with lawsuit
The lawsuit is filed on behalf of the families of people who died after eating processed meat contaminated with listeria produced by Tiger Brands.
Several voter registration stations closed due to protests
IEC CEO Sy Mamabolo says seven voting stations in Katlehong on the East Rand have been closed due to a community protest.
Pupil who attacked teacher at Sedibeng school will face disciplinary action
The pupil was caught on camera in the video which has gone viral on social media. She is seen pelting an exercise book and papers at the female teacher.
IEC all set for voter registration weekend
Voters are expected to visit their voting station to update their information or register to vote for the 2019 elections.
OR Tambo security seize over 5kg of heroin
The suspect was about to board an international flight to Dubai on Thursday night when he was handcuffed. The drugs have an estimated value of R1 million.
Caught on camera: Pupil attacks teacher in classroom
In the video, which has gone viral on social media, a female pupil in a green uniform is seen pelting an exercise book and papers at the teacher.
Man caught in possession of mother’s skull to remain in custody
Police say the suspect had been roaming around with his mother’s skull in a bag claiming it was protecting him from danger.
Zuma to be honoured for ‘selfless efforts’ in making SA better
The National Funeral Practitioners Association of South Africa says Zuma played a major role economically and socially during his time in office.
'If you want to hit them hard, go after a white man'
EFF leader Julius Malema described the DA as typical bullies who deserve punishment for voting against the expropriation of land without compensation.
MKMVA ‘disappointed’ by removal of Des van Rooyen as minister
Van Rooyen, who’s been linked to the controversial Gupta family, was sacked along with nine other ministers during a Cabinet reshuffle in February.