Joburg Road Agency to monitor traffic on M2 until construction completed
Engineers have started to repair cracks on the Kaserne Bridge making parts of the highway inaccessible until 2019.
SACP to hold another march after Tshwane protest cancelled
The SA Communist Party says it won’t be running to the court to oppose the City of Tshwane’s decision preventing it from marching on Friday.
Head-on collision kills 4 on the N12 in Wolmaransstad
Four people have been killed in a head-on collision on the N12 between Klerksdorp and Wolmaransstad.
ANC likens UKZN student protest to Nazi Germany
The ANC says the actions of protesting student similar to when Adolf Hitler ordered books to be destroyed.
JHB water restrictions: Hefty fines to come for those who don’t comply
The restrictions will apply from this month as authorities try to reduce consumption by 15 percent.
20 arrested after protests at UKZN Westville Campus
UKZN says the protests were initially sparked by possible fee increments for next year.
ANCWL vows to defend ANC from those who speak against it
ANCWL says today they have sent a message to the world: never to undermine the ANC.
Disciplinary hearing for knife-wielding teacher
The teacher from Marlboro Gardens Secondary School threatened a pupil with a knife.
Uncertain spring rainfalls could stall drought recovery
The SA Weather Services say it’s still uncertain if the drought will break this spring.
About 700 people homeless after Denver fire
It’s understood a mattress caught fire, spreading to hundreds of shacks.
Major power outage around JHB
Residents say there’s no power throughout the Johannesburg CBD, Mayfair, Fordsburg and other areas.
Post Office expects to make a profit by 2018
CEO Mark Barnes has highlighted technology upgrades, saying they will make the Post Office paperless.
NSPCA: Dog fighting in SA increased by 500% in 4 years
The NSPCA says just this week, 10 people were arrested in Dobsonville while staging a dog fight.
Man arrested, officer injured after shootout in Soweto
One officer was shot in the leg and taken to hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Parents rally behind PTA school girls
Black girls at the Pretoria High School for Girls say they have been forced to straighten their natural hair.
ANC in the lead as vote counts continue to trickle in
The governing party is dominating in metros including Tshwane, with 46.56 percent.
First municipal election results in
The DA registered 45.45% of the vote, while the ANC garnered 31.82% for ward 6 in the Great Kei in EC.
Political parties wait in anticipation for election results
Party reps at the national results centre are preparing themselves for the outcome of their efforts.