Makhura: Experts deeply concerned about possible COVID spike in early 2021
Gauteng Premier David Makhura delivered his end-of-year address during a virtual sitting, raising concerns over residents letting their guard down and not complying with pandemic safety protocols.
Makhura: There are signs of regression in clean governance in some Gauteng depts
The premier on Friday delivered his end of year report at a virtual sitting of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature.
Gauteng COVID-19 committee concerned about spike in cases after festive season
Health experts in the province are closely monitoring the data, with the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19 cases.
Maradona in a league of his own - Jomo Sono
Argentina football icon Diego Maradona died on Wednesday at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack.
Agrizzi corruption case postponed to February due to his hospitalisation
The Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria heard that former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi was still in the hospital. He faces charges of fraud and money laundering involving the Correctional Services Department.
PP seeks ConCourt review of High Court ruling on CR17 funding probe, report
The Constitutional Court is expected to hear arguments which include whether the Public Protector had the scope to investigate the CR17 campaign funding.
EOH used an intermediary company to hide donations to ANC, Zondo Inquiry told
ENS forensics director Stephen Powell on Wednesday detailed transactions including between EOH, the City of Johannesburg, and Geoff Makhubo’s company before he became the mayor of the metro.
Mkhize instructs Gauteng Health Dept to reconcile its COVID-19 data
The province’s recoveries and active cases were left out of Wednesday night’s update by national government and were expected to be added once the figures are scrutinised.
What is the real cost of gender-based violence on the SA economy?
This week, Oxfam South Africa released a new inequality report, which found that South Africa ranks among the most unequal countries in the world.
Gauteng police hunt armed suspects after 2 trucks held up, torched in Daveyton
Two drivers escaped unharmed when their trucks were petrol-bombed on the N12 east of Johannesburg early on Wednesday morning.
SA’s justice system is failing to adequately protect GBV victims - Numsa
Numsa’s spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola called for harsher sentences for gender-based violence (GBV) perpetrators.
Mabuza: Our response to GBV & femicide must be emphatic and uncompromising
Deputy President David Mabuza on Wednesday morning was at the Union Buildings where he is launching the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children as well as to mark the beginning of five days of remembrance for citizens who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
2 trucks on fire in Daveyton, nearby N12 temporarily closed
A section of the N12 has been closed to traffic.
Successful extradition of Bushiris could take years, immigration lawyers warn
But lawyers with experience in extradition processes say it’s not that easy. On average, it could take up to two years before the couple set foot on South African soil, especially if they are refusing to stand trial here.
Ndabeni-Abrahams determined to find amicable solution to SABC problems
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams and Employment and Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi on Monday met with the public broadcaster’s board over plans to retrench around 400 workers.
Gauteng Health Dept says it’s working with urgency to fill vacant senior posts
The department is urgently looking for hospital CEOs, a chief financial officer, deputy director general for human resources, and a CEO for emergency medical services.
EC Health Dept warns province under pressure from rising COVID-19 infections
The province alone has reported an increase of over 1,300 new infections in the last reporting cycle.
Bushiri says latest arrest warrants part of plot to persecute him
The Hawks have confirmed that three more warrants have been issued for the self-proclaimed prophet, bringing the total number to five.