Horizon Airlines Plane employee steals plane, crashes it
North American aerospace defence command scrambled fighter jets to accompany the plane, which was steered away from Seattle.
Jiba awaits Ramaphosa’s response on her fitness to hold office
Ramaphosa set a deadline for Jiba and her colleague Lawrence Mrwebi yesterday to make their submissions expressing doubt about their fitness and integrity.
Nehawu condemns possible public servant layoffs
It's been reported that Treasury has set aside R4 billion for this financial year to start the process of issuing severance packages.
Jiba meets deadline to make submission to Presidency
Advocate Nomgcobo Jiba and her colleague Lawrence Mrwebi were given until the end of Friday by President Ramaphosa to make their submissions on why they should not be suspended from the NPA.
Joburg EMS strategically places fire engines in vulnerable areas
Earlier this week, the City of Johannesburg admitted that there were not enough fire engines, saying the issue was being urgently addressed.
Winston Ntshona used acting to fight apartheid, says Mthethwa
The international award-winning actor died last week at the age of 77 after a long illness.
Boy (9) critical after being dragged by bakkie
It's understood the boy and his friends climbed on the bakkie at an intersection in Roodepoort on Thursday.
Mnangagwa calls for peace, says no one is above the law
The Zimbabwean president has taken to Twitter to say no one is above the law and due to the serious nature of the allegations of incitement against opposition politician Tendai Biti, due process will continue.
Zimbabwe state prosecutor won't oppose bail for Biti
Tendai Biti appeared in court on Thursday facing charges over his role in violence linked to last week's post-election protests.
Zambian govt defends denial of asylum for Tendai Biti
The senior member of the MDC Alliance was handed back to Zimbabwean authorities on Thursday after his attempt to seek asylum was denied in Zambia.
Shortage of fire engines won't stop firefighters, says City of Joburg
The city only has 28 vehicles and at least 14 are providing services to the entire city.
Proposed Tobacco Bill receives mixed reaction
The Gauteng Liquor Forum says it has concerns about a section of the bill which controls smoking in public spaces.
Joburg EMS admits some stations have no fire engines
There have been numerous complaints from residents about the lack of fire trucks in the city.
Gautrain strike: Untu calls on Transport Dept to intervene
Wage talks have deadlocked at the CCMA between the two parties, with operating company Bombela accusing Untu of abandoning talks.
Gauteng ANC to look into appointment process of Ekurhuleni security chief Ximba
Nkosana Ximba was convicted for the murder of Oupa Ramogibe, who was killed in Boksburg, in 1999.
IEC to probe ABM party over call for foreign nationals to leave SA
The new political party, which is registered with the commission, says it has written to President Cyril Ramaphosa asking that he get rid of foreigners.
Corruption on the upsurge at public institutions – report
Corruption Watch’s report reviews the public's experiences of corruption in reports submitted to the organisation during the first half of this year.
KZN police hunt suspects in family shooting
Police in KwaZulu-Natal are searching for suspects who killed four members of a family and wounding another.