Some firefighters living in 'unsafe' JHB building
Although all firefighting operations have been stopped at the Joburg Central Fire station, there are families still living there because they have nowhere to go.
GALLERY: The dilapidated JHB fire station where firefighters live
EWN visited the dilapidated old Johannesburg Central Fire Station and found out that a number of firefighters are living in the building despite the fact that it was declared unsafe last year. The City of Joburg is aware of this as the firefighters are paying it rent.
EWN exclusive: 231 Joburg firefighters suspended
Eyewitness News is in possession of suspension letters listing the names of firefighters under investigation.
Metrobus: Cost of strike is very high for company, commuters
Bus drivers affiliated to union Demawusa went on strike on Monday, demanding better pay.
Kidnapping, assault case against Richard Mdluli hits final stage
Earlier this year, Mdluli and co-accused Mthembeni Mthunzi were found guilty of kidnapping, common assault and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.
Now up to parents to find other ways to discipline children, says dept
The Constitutional Court ruled on Wednesday that the use of moderate and reasonable chastisement - which included spanking - was inconsistent with the Constitution.
Soweto man (30) to appear in court for allegedly strangling girlfriend to death
Yolanda Dlepu's body was discovered in the accused's backroom in Dobsonville in April.
Apartheid flag case: Roets says Mandela Foundation had no case
The case against Ernst Roets was lodged by the Nelson Mandela Foundation last month arguing that he breached the Equality Court's ruling.
Gauteng govt to blacklist contractors who don’t finish projects, says Maile
Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Lebogang Maile said the blacklisting would ensure that service agreements with the state were strictly adhered to.
Gauteng Health Dept to ‘prioritise’ mental health, wellbeing of staff
Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku said a programme would be launched next week aimed at improving the wellbeing of staff.
Commuters stranded again as Metrobus suspends service over strike
Metrobus has suspended all its services in Joburg on Tuesday morning as the strike by its drivers enters a second day.
Court to clarify if Ernst Roets' apartheid flag tweet is hate speech
AfriForum's Ernst Roets tweeted a picture of the apartheid flag just hours after a court ruled that its gratuitous display amounted to hate speech.
Demawusa: Metrobus refuses to negotiate on ending ongoing strike
On Monday morning, some Joburg bus commuters were left stranded when drivers affiliated to Demawusa refused to operate their buses.
'Local is Lekker': Ramaphosa urges departments to use local products
President Cyril Ramaphosa was addressing the 14th national congress of the South African Textile Workers Union in Durban on Monday afternoon.
Court rules Rica Act inconsistent with Constitution
Investigative journalism unit amaBhungane challenged the legality around the RICA in 2017.
New Gauteng taxi inquiry hopes to resolve conflict between operators
The inquiry expected to investigate the many problems plaguing the industry, including murders in the industry, fights over routes, as well as operating permits.
Cele confident high crime rate in SA can be brought down
The minister said he believed that previous leaders had systematic means in place to weaken the criminal justice system.
Nigerian leaving SA: 'It will continue like this, it’s not going to stop'
Dozens of Nigerian nationals queued outside the country’s consulate in Illovo this week hoping to get on the next plane out of South Africa after taking up an offer to be returned because of xenophobic tensions.