Denosa calls for complete overhaul of country’s nursing sector
Academics and other healthcare organisations have also sounded the alarm around what they say is a looming crisis unless government steps in.
Salga: West Rand councillor's murder an attack on state
Councillor Festus Matshogo died after his house was petrol bombed earlier this week in Mohlakeng on the West Rand.
Salga calls on police to act swiftly after councillor killed in house attack
Rand West City Local Municipality councillor Festus Matshogo died after his house was petrol bombed earlier this week.
Solidarity: SA could face health crisis due to nurse shortage
Head of the trade union's Occupational Guilds Hennie Bierman said the sector was being further crippled by a lack of funding, shortage of equipment and insufficient training.
Malema: We'll keep advocating for free movement of Africans in Africa
The red beret leader made the remarks during the party's post-election briefing in Braamfontein.
Ramaphosa under pressure to make right choices for his Cabinet
The list of candidates for the National Assembly handed to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has given President Cyril Ramaphosa a set pool from which to choose members of his Cabinet.
Mogoeng warns incoming MPs, MPLs against corruption
A total of 400 candidates have been put forward for the National Assembly while 430 will serve in the National Council of Provinces.
Fewer than half of MP candidates are women - IEC
IEC chair Glen Mashinini said while more can be done to improve gender parity, the list of candidates presented encapsulates the plurality of the South African nation.
Black Business Council throws weight behind ANC after election victory
The council is now calling for the intensified application of transformative socio-economic policies.
UK PM congratulates ANC’s Ramaphosa over election win
Taking to Twitter, May has described the polls this week as an "election success" and says she looks forward to working with Ramaphosa and the country to build a better future for the both nations.
Westbury residents lament slow pace of change
The area was brought to its knees in 2018 after residents took to the streets calling for police to clamp down on the illicit drug trade in the community.
Westbury residents disappointed with lack of progress since 2018 protests
The area was rocked by protests which turned violent eight months ago, with demonstrators calling for police to intervene in the illicit drug trade sweeping through the community.
SAHRC calls for public hearings into state of Alexandra
Residents had put the township on lockdown, demanding swift action against rampant crime and violence in the area.
Disgruntled Tiso Blackstar employees list their demands
Employees at Tiso Blackstar who've served their employer with a 48-hour strike notice say they were left with no other choice.
President Ramaphosa to lead Freedom Day celebrations in EC
While government is at pains to explain how great strides have been made since the dawn of democracy, some South Africans are not convinced.
Tiso Blackstar Group served with strike notice over salary disputes
Tiso Blackstar owns well-known publications including ‘Sunday Times’, ‘Sowetan’, and ‘Business Day’.
Karima Brown approaches court after Malema tweet results in death threats
EFF leader Julius Malema came under fire last month after he posted a screenshot on Twitter, showing Brown’s contact details without her consent.
Cyclone Kenneth: Mozambique braces itself for landing of storm
The cyclone is expected to make landfall in the country on Thursday evening just weeks after Cyclone Idai ripped through Beira, leaving hundreds dead.