Zille, Trollip, Waters and Walters: Who's who in the DA's power race
Helen Zille, Athol Trollip, Mike Waters and Thomas Walters are all vying for the Democratic Alliance's federal council chair position. This is who they are and the experience they bring to the position.
Lesufi: Arts school embroiled in sexual misconduct claims not registered with GP
Speaking at the press briefing on the department’s readiness for the 2019 matric exams, Lesufi confirmed the head of the department had written to the Tebogo Kgobokoe Arts Academy in Centurion to stop operating.
Duduzane Zuma expected to testify at State Capture inquiry on Monday
According to the statement by the commission spokesperson, Zuma’s testimony will begin at 10am on 7 October 2019.
Revenge porn now criminalised and carries hefty fine or jail time
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law the Act which criminalises revenge porn and could earn the offender a hefty fine and, or, jail time.
Nzimande: Suspended DUT security head was responsible for student safety
The minister welcomed the suspension of the head of security at DUT following an attack on Sandile Ndlovu who died on Saturday.
Nzimande calls for speedy arrest and prosecution in DUT murder case
Sandile Ndlovu succumbed to injuries he sustained when he was stabbed in a lecture room at DUT’s Steve Biko campus lecture hall earlier this month.
SABC board condemns leaking of document with allegations against GCEO and CFO
The SABC board described the distribution of the memorandum, authored by non-executive directors Mamodupi Mohlala-Mulaudzi and Marcia Socikwa as ‘highly prejudicial’.
Motsoeneng refuses to comment on R1 million Bosasa bailout
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he believes reports that Jacob Zuma had a hand in the alleged Bosasa payment of his legal bill are misleading.
‘Gauteng’s pride’ – Vosloorus quintuplets doing well
At first, there were three but then a quick routine check during the C-Section delivery revealed 32-year-old Prudence Buthelezi had actually been carrying five babies.
SABC woes: Chickens are coming home to roost
The public broadcaster announced cost-cutting measures which include addressing the high wage bill which it's described as unsustainable.
Dept ‘confident’ Zimbabwean Exemption Permits will be completed soon
Concerns have been raised by applicants who claim to be experiencing problems with schools, employers and some banks due to the lack of the required documentation.
Sanef slams govt’s reluctance to financially rescue SABC
The broadcaster says the current ratio of revenue to wage bill is unsustainable given its dismal financial situation.
Four nabbed in Fourways following robbery
Johannesburg police were given the description of an Audi A3 which was allegedly involved in the theft of jewellery.
Sassa hopes talks will avert looming Nehawu strike
Nehawu has accused the agency of undermining the Labour Act by ignoring processes in the inclusion of beneficiary biometric enrolment as a key performance area for officials.
Uber confirms driver as suspect in attack on pensioner at OR Tambo
The elderly man is in a critical condition in a hospital after suffering serious head injuries during the altercation on Sunday.
OR Tambo airport in possession of video of assault on elderly
It’s alleged that an altercation broke out over a parking space outside the airport building on Sunday and the 71-year-old sustained serious injuries.
TMPD & SAPS slammed over rights violations at Desmond Tutu Refugee Centre
The two appeared in Parliament on Tuesday following a site visit earlier this month by MPs to the centre.
Klerksdorp residents torch homes of foreign nationals
Two people have been killed, including a taxi driver whose body was discovered with stab wounds on Sunday.