Motorists travelling far urged to be vigilant, make regular stops
The RTMC says it’s extremely concerned about two major bus crashes on the NI highway in Limpopo this week in which 20 people were killed.
Limpopo bus crash: Driver recovering in hospital
Officers are probing the cause of Friday morning’s crash, while the RTMC says a preliminary investigation has shown human error is to blame.
Section of N1 reopened following deadly Limpopo bus crash
More than 50 passengers were travelling from Zimbabwe to Johannesburg when the bus overturned.
Tshwane police hunt suspects responsible for ANC councillor's murder
Esther Matumane was travelling with her two children and a male passenger when they came under attack on Wednesday.
PSA to take Public Works Dept to court over unsafe Health Dept building
The association said it has documents to support its claim that the Civitas Building is only 20% compliant with safety regulations.
Ramaphosa stimulus package must do more than revive economy - Economists
Ramaphosa will release the details of the much-awaited plan at the Union Buildings and economists says the plan should rather be a turnaround strategy.
At least 10 killed in Limpopo bus crash
The N1 between Polokwane and Mokopane has been closed for now.
ANC councillor shot and killed near Pretoria
The police's Lungelo Dlamini says that no arrests have yet been made.
SA needs turn-around package, not stimulus package - economist
Cabinet has resolved that for the economy to recover there will have to be an urgent implementation of a stimulus package.
Cabinet to implement 'stimulus package' to boost economy
President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to release details of this stimulus package at a job summit.
Dept of Traditional Affairs: Initiation Bill won't take power away from leaders
The bill comes after the deaths of many young men, most being in the Eastern Cape
Joburg EMS to review education initiatives on preventing shack fires
This comes after nine children have been reported dead in shack fires across the country since Sunday.
Uncertainty remains on dagga ruling impact for employers, home-based businesses
The historic ruling by the Constitutional Court this week declared it unlawful for police to arrest an adult for using or growing weed in a private space.
Joburg EMS to consider demolishing paper factory that caught fire
The Millbo Paper factory went up in flames earlier this month - the same day when the Bank of Lisbon building in downtown Johannesburg caught fire.
Metrorail technicians working to restore service in Pretoria after cable theft
Criminals cut both the top and bottom wires, making it impossible for trains to operate on the affected railway lines until they're repaired.
Pretoria firefighters battle factory fire in East Lynne
The inferno has been contained after concerns that it might spread to nearby buildings.
IFP calls on Health Dept to expedite licences to grow dagga
On Tuesday, the Constitutional Court ruled that lawmakers must amend sections of the Drug Trafficking Act and the Medicines Control Act.
Police confirm death of two siblings in Kagiso shack fire
The two minors were killed on Monday when flames engulfed their shack on the West Rand.