Mother, son who force-fed human waste to employee remain in jail
The duo appeared in the Springs magistrates court yesterday on charges of crimen injuria, assault, kidnapping and defamation.
Numsa: Mining industry doesn’t value the life of an African worker
The union says over 70 people have died underground every year since 2012 as a result of mining accidents.
Cullinan magistrate murder case postponed
They are accused of shooting and killing Magistrate Victor Mabunda outside his home east of Pretoria in January.
Farmer’s wife, son arrested for allegedly force-feeding worker human waste
The duo appeared in the Springs Magistrates Court on Friday on charges of crimen injuria, assault, kidnapping and defamation.
Numsa demands closure of Sibanye-Stillwater mine amid probe
Numsa says it's relieved that the miners have all been rescued but it believes operations should not be allowed to resume until the safety of workers can be guaranteed.
MultiChoice urged to come clean over ANN7 payments
Icasa is investigating ANN7 after a complaint was lodged by the DA in November last year, asking for an inquiry into the matter.
Outage leaves some Gauteng residents in the dark
Joburg City Power says an unexpected power outage has affected some areas including Thembelihle, Rietfontein and Lenasia.
‘Imagine life without the ANC in charge’
Ace Magashule says the party lost the key metros to the Democratic Alliance in the last local government elections due to the divisions sowed among members.
DA welcomes Icasa probe into Multichoice, SABC, ANN7 deal
This follows a complaint lodged by the DA in November last year requesting that Icasa conduct an inquiry.
Newborn twins found in pit toilet in Limpopo
One of the twins was found dead and the other taken to the local hospital for medical treatment.
Two arrested at OR Tambo for currency smuggling
Customs officials at the airport intercepted the passengers travelling to Dubai as they were about to board their flight.
Glebelands Hostel residents ‘demand’ release of suspected murderers
The residence is believed to be housing several suspected hitmen who’ve been linked to the spate of political killings in KwaZulu-Natal.
Cope challenges section of Civil Union Act
The Congress of the People says marriage officers should not object to same-sex marriage on any ground because it’s an infringement of the couple’s rights.
Eskom mum on reasons for Sean Maritz’s suspension
The former interim CEO has been served with a notice to give reasons why he should not be suspended by Tuesday or face a permanent suspension.
Mahumapelo calls on SA to emulate Mangope
Mahumapelo says Mangope played a role in the democratization of South Africa as he was a part of the provincial legislature and they learnt a lot from him.
Eskom gives Maritz until Tuesday to avoid suspension
It emerged this week that Maritz has signed a letter to the Gupta linked firm Mckinsey earlier this month, claiming that their R1 billion contract was lawful.
Cope lodges complaint over provision in civil union amendment bill
Cope says same-sex couples seeking the services of a marriage office have been turned away from some home affairs offices, particularly in rural areas.
Zuma arrives in Ethiopia for AU summit
The summit is held under the theme: ‘Winning the Fight Against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation’.