Unions blame ‘stubborn employer,’ vow to intensify SAA strike
Workers began the industrial action on Friday, demanding an 8% wage increase while the employer is offering 5.9%.
Talks between SAA and striking unions collapse
Numsa and the Sacca have warned they will intensify the strike across all SAA departments.
Suspects in Bramley traffic lights murder arrested
The alleged criminals, who have been linked to other crimes in Bramley and Alex, are due to appear before the Alexandra Magistrates Court on Monday.
‘We won't back down’: SAA workers vow to continue strike until demands met
They are demanding an 8% salary hike while SAA is offering 5,9% pay rise.
Unions confirm SAA strike for Friday
The airline announced that it intends to retrench 945 workers but Satawu said it was not notified.
Satawu: SAA didn’t follow proper procedures for planned retrenchments
They've approached the Labour Court in Johannesburg to seek an interdict to stop SAA's planned retrenchments.
Cops hunt gunmen after 2 people killed in Selby
The pair were gunned down on Wednesday, while a third person was in a critical condition in hospital.
City of Tshwane bus operations to resume today - Transport MEC
Operations were suspended on Monday leaving thousands of commuters stranded.
Terror accused Thulsie twins expected back in court
Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie were arrested in 2016 after they were suspected of planning attacks on Jewish and American interests in South Africa.
Eskom to restore power in Dobsonville, warns of cuts over non-payment
On Monday, residents went on the rampage blocking roads with burning objects, demanding that power be restored.
Eskom: We will continue to cut power for people who don’t pay
Residents of Dobsonville, in Soweto, blocked streets on Monday after their power supply was cut off.
Springboks tour reels in young and old fans in JHB, Soweto
The team is on a trophy tour and will visit some parts of Soweto on Thursday.
R2K activists protest at Investment Conference; demand action on unemployment
President Ramaphosa has been driving the second Investment Conference, with R363 billion pledged so far.
Vicki Momberg back behind bars after bail refused
Vicki Momberg was considered a fugitive until Wednesday morning when she handed herself over in Douglasdale.
Convicted racist Vicki Momberg hands herself over to the police
Momberg handed herself over to police after a warrant for her arrest was issued due to her no-show in court in August.
Students left homeless, hungry as Wits, Arts dept squabble over bursaries
Some Masters students have been left homeless and hungry as 19 of them are still waiting for their bursaries to be paid out by the Department of Arts and Culture.
Suspension of West Rand municipal manager linked to VBS scandal welcomed
Mokoena has been implicated in the VBS Mutual Bank scandal in which R2 billion was stolen.
Moody’s decision to downgrade SA to negative was no surprise – DA
Moody’s changed its outlook on the country's credit rating from stable to negative.