Sars employees issue notice to strike if salary hike demand not met
Workers affiliated to the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union and the Public Servants Association are demanding an 11.4% salary increase.
KZN ANCYL welcomes clampdown on political killings as local mayor arrested
Newcastle Mayor Ntuthuko Mahlaba, who is the party's Emalahleni regional chairperson, was arrested on Friday on a charge of murder.
Let the law take its course, ANC KZN on arrested Mayor Mahlaba
Newcastle Mayor Ntuthuko Mahlaba, who is also the party's Emalahleni regional chairperson was arrested, was on a charge of murder on Friday.
JMPD officers deployed to FNB Stadium ahead of Ed Sheeran concert
Big Concerts and FNB Stadium management have confirmed that e-hailing service Uber is an accredited transport service for the event.
Uber puts several safety initiatives in place for Ed Sheeran JHB concert
Included in Uber’s operational plan were several safety initiatives to provide reliable rides to and from the stadium.
Use water sparingly amid load shedding, Gauteng residents told
Residents have been urged not to store water in large quantities which may lead to a shortage of water supply in systems.
Another ANC mayor has been arrested for murder
ANC provincial spokesperson Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu said the law should be allowed to take its course.
No load shedding for Ed Sheeran concerts, organisers promise
Big Concerts and stadium management say that all provisions have been made to ensure there's no power outages during the duration of the show.
Malema: Sharpeville residents only see ANC on Human Rights Day
EFF leader Julius Malema has criticised the ANC for only attending commemorations in Sharpeville during Human Rights Day and not assisting residents by providing basic services in the area.
All the campaign promises made by Julius Malema on Human Rights Day
The EFF leader said the ANC was in the Vaal to observe the public holiday, but had failed to provide basic services to the residents of Sharpeville and other neighbouring areas.
Human Rights Day: EFF says manifesto 'most radical for economic emancipation'
EFF leader Julius Malema is set to address the crowds this afternoon.
Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital: Power cuts placing strain on equipment
An inspector at the hospital, François Fourie, said the longer the hours of power outages, the higher the risks for mechanical failures.
Eskom says load shedding stages to reduce by the weekend
The power utility on Tuesday said power cuts would likely last for the next six months, but denied that it had plans in place for stage 5 and 6 load shedding.
Eskom denies reports on stage 5 and stage 6 load shedding
Fin24 reported on Tuesday that officials had started preparations for stage 5 and 6.
SA still in the dark as Eskom mum on stage 5 and stage 6 load shedding
Energy expert Ted Blom says the Eskom board is actively avoiding coming clean about the extent of the crisis.
Big Concerts, FNB Stadium: We won't have a Global Citizens problem at Ed Sheeran
Security at the stadium was criticised last December after some people who attended the Global Citizen Festival were assaulted and robbed.
AfriForum won’t let businessman accused of raping grandchild off the hook
The matter was postponed on Wednesday after the accused asked for a new legal representative.
Pilot asked to return to base before crash, Ethiopian Airlines CEO reveals
Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde Gebremariam says the pilot had asked to return to base and his request was approved, shortly before the fatal crash.