CoJ says repairing highways, bridges for the safety of residents
Mayor Herman Mashaba said Joburg residents needed to consider the urgency of the repairs to the M2 Highway and bridge.
CoJ confirms M2 Highway to reopen end of October as planned
The City started the emergency project last August, saying the structure failed integrity tests and was a major risk.
Samwu accuses CoJ of withholding union fees to Salga
City employees affiliated to the union gathered at the metro’s chambers where a memorandum was handed over.
Motorist arrested for fatal hit-and-run incident involving JMPD officer
Johannesburg Metro Police Department spokesperson Wayne Minnaar said that the driver had been charged at the Sandton Police Station.
Funeral parlour owners approach Presidency over industry concerns
They said there was a lot of red tape in legislation making it difficult for emerging undertakers to operate.
JMPD officer dies after being hit by car while directing traffic in Marlboro
The officer was working at the M1 offramp when she was hit on Thursday morning.
Refugees won't leave Pretoria UN offices, fearing attacks on foreign nationals
They're demanding protection after clashes between locals and foreign nationals in August in parts of the country, mainly in Gauteng, where at least 12 people were killed.
Protesting funeral parlour owners give govt 14 days to respond to demands
The National Funeral Shut Down group staged a motorcade with coffins through the Pretoria CBD and marched on the Union Buildings.
Funeral parlour owners protest over restrictive legislation
About 70 protesters disrupted traffic and elicited curious looks as they were led by two coffins carried by members of the group.
Cops call for help in search of Arvitha Doodnath’s killers
Vaal University of Technology lecturer Arvitha Doodnath was found dead inside her car that had bullet holes in Parktown on Saturday.
HSF ‘devastated’ by murder of one of its fellows Arvitha Doodnath
Law lecturer at Vaal University of Technology Arvitha Doodnath was found dead inside her car in Parktown on Saturday in what appeared to be an attempted hijacking.
Kanya Cekeshe’s lawyers to lodge another bail application
Cekeshe’s lawyers were adamant that the Magistrates Court was wrong by refusing to grant him leave to appeal his conviction. His new legal team contended that he was misled by an inexperienced lawyer.
US may impose more sanctions on individuals accused of corruption in SA
This week the US imposed sanctions on Gupta brothers Ajay, Atul and Rajesh and their associate businessman Salim Essa for their alleged involvement in corrupt activities in South Africa.
SA govt officials connected to the Guptas not immune from US sanctions
This comes after the US imposed sanctions on Gupta brothers and Salim Essa for their involvement in corruption in this country.
Gupta sanctions in support of SA’s efforts to fight corruption, says US
The US has imposed sanctions on the Gupta brothers Ajay, Atul and Rajesh and their associate businessman Salim Essa who have been accused of widespread corruption.
DA welcomes court decision on Zuma corruption trial
The former president will stand trial from Tuesday next week after the Pietermaritzburg High Court made the ruling on Friday.
Outa: Dudu Myeni case gives hope someone will be held accountable
Outa’s head of legal Stefanie Fick said the case against Dudu Myeni was important not just for civil society but also for the South African public.
Myeni seeks postponement of case but judge wants guarantee she won't fire lawyer
Legal representatives for disgraced South African Airways (SAA) former board chair Dudu Myeni have asked the court for a postponement to familiarise themselves with the case to declare her a delinquent director.