JMPD expects thousands to march to JSE
Members of the greater local mining communities’ business forum will gather at the George Lea Park and make their way to the JSE using Sandton Drive.
Finance ministry ‘disagrees’ with Fitch’s findings
Fitch says it downgraded SA rating to below investment grade or junk because it believes President Zuma's reshuffle will lead to a change in economic policy.
DA: SA's ICC exit must be approved by Parliament
Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has reportedly begun the process of withdrawing from the ICC.
ANC urges Gordhan to co-operate with NPA
The ANC says it views recent developments surrounding the Finance Minister in a serious light.
#Fees2017: Heavy security, police presence raises concern amongst academics
Security has been reinforced at Wits University following running battles between police & students.
Limpopo police arrest 5 car thief suspects at Beitbridge
The men from South Africa were arrested last night at the Beitbridge border post.
Health ombudsman assembles team to probe Gauteng patient deaths
The ombudsman is waiting on the health MEC to handover all the relevant documents and records.
Nzimande disappointed by student protests
Minister Nzimande has stressed that poor students will benefit from government’s decision.
Parliamentary committee concerned about student protests
Protests erupted after Minister Nzimande announced that universities would be allowed to hike their fees.
Esidimeni investigation: Health ombud awaits GP Health documentation
Prof Makgoba says he has been ready to investigate the deaths of 36 psychiatric patients since last Thursday.
CPI figure hits nine-month low
On a month-on-month basis prices also dropped 0.1% after a 0.8% increase in June.
GP Health Dept denies some facilities short of medication
The department is under the spotlight following the deaths of 36 psychiatric patients.
Amplats confident of settling wage dispute with NUM
The company has offered workers a wage increase of 6.75% while the union is demanding 14.35%.
Academic activities at all UCT campuses suspended
Protesting students say they will force a campus shutdown until their grievances are adequately addressed.
Former Esidemeni patient 'without treatment' at new facility
Patients were taken to other facilities after the department terminated its contract with Life Esidimeni.
#Fees2017: Universities across SA suspend operations
The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and the University of the Free State suspended all operations.
#Fees2017: Fort Hare University announces 0% fee increase
There have been protests around the country after students rejected the 8% cap on fee increment.
NUM declares wage dispute with Amplats
NUM is demanding a wage increase of 14.5%, while the mine is offering 6.75%.