Mashaba apologises for social media comments on cow heads trader
On Monday, the mayor tweeted a picture on social media of a man transporting cow carcasses in a trolley questioning how hygienic this practice is by informal traders.
AfriForum: Julius Malema, EFF owe us over R400k
The red berets had to pay them R300,000 but that bill has now increased again after Wednesday.
AfriForum confident of strong case against Malema in land invasion matter
AfriForum will be taking on leader Julius Malema in the High Court in Pretoria, arguing that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader is in contempt of court for continuing to incite illegal land invasions.
ANCYL in Limpopo defends Malusi Gigaba
Maluis Gigaba resigned as Home Affairs minister on Tuesday after he made headlines in recent weeks for lying under oath, his alleged links to state capture and the leaking of his sex video.
Over 60,000 Gauteng commuters stranded due to cable theft in Soweto
Metrorail services in Naledi have been disrupted after wires were cut and stolen between the Dube and iKhwezi stations.
EFF in Joburg demands Herman Mashaba apology over cow heads matter
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba tweeted a picture of the man carting the heads in a trolley and he then alerted metro police to the incident to avoid the spreading of unknown diseases.
Firefighters injured in Joburg CBD fire to be discharged from hospital
Livhuwani Maumela and Moleko Bereng spent two months at the Milpark Hospital recovering from extensive burn wounds to their hands which they sustained while battling the fire.
MultiChoice sticks to its guns regarding SABC content contracts
This comes after the Competition Commission has ruled that the channel's distribution agreement was, in fact, a notifiable merger under the Competition Act and should be registered as such.
947 Cycle Challenge organisers shocked by cyclist's death
Neil van Vuuren collapsed while trying to finish the 55 kilometre mountain bike race in Fourways on Sunday.
Recovering firefighters struggling to deal with trauma of Joburg CBD fire
The road to recovery will be a long and testing one for Moleko Bereng and Livhuwani Maumela but they remain positive and hope to return to the jobs they love soon.
Cyclist dies at Telkom 947 MTB Challenge
Race organizers have confirmed Neil van Vuuren took part in the 55-kilometre route which started at the Riversands Commercial Park in Fourways on Sunday morning.
M1 reopened after overnight paint spillage clean-up
The Johannesburg Metro Police say oil paint fell off a trailer in the early hours of the morning.
Report: Mabuza in Russia receiving medical treatment for past poisoning incident
In late 2015, then-Mpumalanga Premier Mabuza was off work for three months because he had been poisoned after eating something at a children's party.
Mahumapelo 'encouraged' NW municipalities to invest in VBS Bank - report
Mahumapelo allegedly invited the bank's representatives to make presentations at a conference which was attended by MECs, mayors and councillors.
Sanral wants certainty around legality of e-tolls
Sanral's Vusi Mona says a case manager has been appointed in the High Court to make sure there is progress on the e-tolls test case.
Numsa demands govt save Denel
Numsa's Phakamile Hlubi-Majola says they reject any attempts to privatise Denel and they will fight attempts to impose salary cuts on workers.
Sanef: Govt must pressure Tanzania to explain detention of journos
It is understood officials who identified themselves as working with the Tanzanian immigration authority detained and interrogated the pair on Wednesday night.
SA High Commission in Tanzania expected to meet journos detained by authorities
It's understood officials who identified themselves as working with the Tanzanian immigration authority detained and interrogated the pair last night.