Rescuers to resume search for people trapped at Gloria mine
Seven bodies were recovered at the mine on Thursday, bringing the total number of deaths to 13.
UDM calls for prioritisation of safety and security
Addressing hundreds of supporters at the Isaac Wolfson Stadium, UDM leader Bantu Holomisa said investment in defence forces needs to be made to ensure safety.
UDM promises to make service delivery a main priority if it wins elections
Party leader Bantu Holomisa launched the UDM’s manifesto in Nelson Mandela Bay on Saturday where he slammed the African National Congress for the unemployment in the area.
Ramaphosa knows ANC not worthy of South Africans' trust, says Holomisa
UDM party leader Bantu Holomisa addressed hundreds of supporters at the party's manifesto launch in Nelson Mandela Bay on Saturday.
#GloriaMine: Rescue efforts postponed for now
More than 20 people are still trapped after suspected criminals entered the mine earlier this month, allegedly to steal copper cables.
Two people killed, 69 injured in Mpumalanga bus, car crash
Paramedics say they found a bus off the roadway and multiple people on the scene.
Ndabeni-Abrahams’ office set to study Icasa boss Mohlaloga’s judgement
The Icasa boss, Rubben Mohlaloga, was found guilty of charges relating to money-laundering and fraud, involving an R6 million Land Bank scam.
Wins for Maties, Wits and Shimlas in round two of Varsity Cup
While Maties were a class above their opponents, UCT didn’t help themselves in conceding soft turnovers and not making the most of the few chances they had to put points on the board.
Motsoaledi expects outstanding salaries to be paid to healthcare workers
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says that doctors who are still waiting for their salaries should receive them on Monday.
Motsoaledi disappointed over non-payment of doctors' salaries
Sama has since warned that the approximately 222 doctors in Gauteng alone who have been affected will not report for duty until they receive their salaries.
DA in Limpopo to file complaint with Ipid for alleged police brutality
The party claims the councillor and the activists were wrongfully arrested for fraud on Wednesday.
Higher education dept meets students to discuss university crises
Various institutions have experienced disruptions this week, with students protesting over a lack of accommodation, problems with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and historic debt.
Maties get winning start, UCT claim WC bragging rights in Varsity Cup opener
Next up for the men form Stellenbosch is a trip to the Green Mile and a clash with UCT, while Wits host CUT.
Parly committee concerned by increase of heavy weaponry in crimes
Parliament’s police portfolio committee says that the increase in unconventional crimes involving heavily armed perpetrators requires a relook at police procedures and resource allocation.
DA launches petition to stop BLF contesting polls over Hoërskool Driehoek posts
The BLF has been reported to the Human Rights Commission over the comments on social media.
2 dead, 12 injured in separate KZN crashes
In the first incident, two people died when a car and a motorcycle were involved in a head-on collision on the M4 near Umdloti earlier on Sunday.
Lesufi to visit family of 4th learner who died after Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy
Authorities are still investigating the cause of the collapse as the school remains closed until further notice.
2 killed in Vereeniging road accident
Paramedics say the vehicle they were travelling in rolled over along barrage road this morning.