[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Varsity sports women’s football kicks off in Potch
The women’s rounds of the 2018 varsity football season kick off in Potchefstroom at North West University today. This is the first season the games will be televised as TUT will hope to defend their crown in another exciting weekend of football. Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro caught up with the captains to get their thoughts heading into the weekend.
City of Ekurhuleni says it recently seized suspected counterfeit goods
The cities of Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni and the Somali Community Board have been presenting evidence regarding the looting of stores and violence in Soweto earlier this month.
SAHRC hears xenophobic attacks fuelled by 'myths & misconceptions'
Deadly violence exploded in Soweto earlier this month when angry locals attacked foreigners' shops.
SAHRC holds hearings on sale of fake & expired goods
These hearings will investigate claims that illegal or sub-standard goods have been sold along with the impact that these allegations have had on local and foreign communities.
Ramokgopa: Dept working on disaster recovery plan following Joburg CBD fire
Emergency workers remain on high alert as the building is still smouldering.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] TUT & Tuks win to set up derby day semifinals
In the final round of varsity football 2018, NWU needed to win and hope other results went their way to secure a spot in the semis. UKZN & UL battled it out for what would be their first and only wins of the season. Ahmed Kajee and Mike Pedro caught up with Wits goalkeeper Matthew Carelse, who is in his first year of varsity football, and Clinton Mphahlele who has recently joined the team after playing at Tuks for the last two seasons.
Heads will roll if negligence played role in Joburg CBD fire, warns MEC
Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Jacob Mamabolo says they will get to the bottom of this week's tragedy.
Gauteng Health Dept questioned over safety of Lisbon Building in wake of fire
The Lisbon Building, which houses several government departments, has been burning since Thursday.
MEC Mamabolo vows to get to bottom of cause of Joburg CBD fire
Several questions have been raised after the fire in the building which was home to the departments of Health and Human Settlements.
PSA shocked following deadly fire at Health Dept building in Joburg
The fire broke out on Wednesday at the bank of Lisbon building, which is the Home to the health and human settlements departments.
7 hours later - Joburg building deadly fire rages on
One fireman tripped on the 23rd floor of the health and human settlement's building and plunged to death, while two of his colleagues later died from smoke inhalation.
Firefighter falls to death trying to extinguish JHB fire
Emergency services are on the scene trying to extinguish the blaze.
NSFAS opens applications for 2019 funding
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has urged students to apply for funding as soon as possible.
JMPD recovers 5 stolen vehicles during weekend blitz
The vehicles that were recovered include a Ford Ranger, a Ford Figo and an Audi.
Roads leaving Moria congested as ZCC congregants return from pilgrimage
Millions of worshippers gathered over the weekend with traffic volumes increasing due to roadworks in the area.
NSFAS ‘ready’ to open funding applications for 2019 academic year
Online applications will be open from midnight following last week's announcement that funding backlogs from 2017 and 2018 are being cleared.
Joburg motorists warned of road closures around Zoo Lake due to jazz festival
Jazz on the Lake music festival, now in its 26th year, is free to the public and is featuring artists including Siya Makuzeni, Sydney Mavundla and the Jaziel Brothers.
Was a protected lion killed in a baited hunt?
Photographer Charlie Lynam believes that the animal killed in a trophy hunt was Skye, a member of the protected Western Pride of the Kruger National Park.