Ace Magashule to deliver Walter Sisulu commemoration lecture
The event, to be held at the Waaihoek Methodist Church in Bloemfontein, is in celebration of the life and times of the late struggle icon.
SABC says ‘Sunday World’ reporting on its execs ‘extremely concerning’
The public broadcaster claims the publication's reporting on its board executives and staff was misleading malicious and bordered on harassment.
Numsa expects Labour Court to provide clarifty on Comair strike interdict
The Labour Court is expected to rule on the matter on Tuesday.
Numsa meets with Comair in attempt to resolve wage dispute
Numsa has said some workers at Comair earn higher wages than their colleagues who do the same work.
CoJ finalising insourcing of remaining security guards, cleaning services
The city said 2,800 security guards from the various departments in the city were insourced last year.
3 injured in alleged cash-in-transit heist in Nelspruit
Paramedics say they arrived at the scene where two guards were found with gunshot wounds in several parts of the body.
Saps top official suspended for alleged misconduct
The police’s deputy national commissioner for human resource management Bonang Mgwenya has reportedly been suspended.
DA to lay a criminal complaint against ANC for Alex protests
Msimanga has slammed the mass action as criminal chaos and claims it’s been coordinated by the ANC and its affiliates.
Hawks confirm Tshwane DA member files criminal complaint about GladAfrica tender
The Auditor-General recently found irregularities in the deal and last month new mayor Stevens Mogalapa announced that he would terminate the agreement.
ANC unreservedly apologises to Pravin Gordhan, Senzo Mchunu
The ANC had released a statement accusing the two of criticising black engineers.
Kruger Park aircraft crashes while on anti-poaching mission
Spokesperson Isaac Phaahla says the poachers fled the scene while the emergency team was attending to the aircraft’s injured pilot.
Guaido's proclamation constitutes coup d'etat, says Venezuela ambassador to SA
The US and other countries are backing Venezuela's new self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido.
Loadshedding may be back by mid-January
Loadshedding may once again become a reality by mid-January despite assurances by Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan that businesses would return in January to find a more stable environment.
Nzimande calls for urgent probe into bags tampering at OR Tambo airport
Scores of passengers have come forward saying their luggage was tampered with and valuables were stolen - either arriving at other airports or in Johannesburg.
Eskom head of nuclear energy among 9 axed execs
Eskom previously stated that it wants to substantially cut its 48,000 workforce.
Ex-Nissan boss to spend Christmas & NY behind bars
The move by the court comes as Tokyo prosecutors continue to grill the car industry tycoon over allegations that he shifted a personal investment loss worth more than $16 million to the Japanese carmaker.
IEC struggling to ensure integrity of voters' roll for 2019 elections
It has been more than two and a half years since the Constitutional Court ordered the commission to ensure that all registered voters and candidates have verifiable residential addresses.
De Lille garners 60,000 supporters for her new political party
A few weeks after stepping down as mayor and resigning as a member of the Democratic Alliance (DA), De Lille took a few by surprise when she announced that she would be launching a new party.