AfriForum to approach different embassies to pressure SA govt over land policy
AfriForum says that embassies could play a role in warning the government that any violation of property rights will have a knock-on effect for investment.
Nehawu slams HPCSA for refusing to meet its striking members
Services at the council came to a standstill after employees abandoned their posts on Friday.
Widow in Momentum saga approaches ombudsman for long-term insurance
Momentum refused to pay the R2.4 million policy, saying her husband, Nathan Ganas, failed to disclose that he was suffering from high blood sugar before his death.
HPCSA workers protest over job security
About 100 employees are protested on Tuesday morning against a new automatic data capturing system.
EE: World Toilet Day a reminder that Basic Education Dept failing pupils
Equal Education (EE) says it will never give up its fight for safe and clean toilets at schools.
World Toilet Day: 'Motshekga must get rid of dangerous, unhygienic pit latrines'
Equal Education says the minister continues to refuse to deal with poor sanitation, especially in rural and township schools.
ConCourt dismisses Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s cost order appeal
The former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng approached the highest court in the land after the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed his bid to appeal.
Sisulu denies claims she failed to protect journos arrested in Tanzania
Angela Quintal and her Kenyan colleague Muthoki Mumo were arrested earlier this month for working on tourist visas.
IFP calls on National Assembly to investigate Ramaphosa over Bosasa payment
Ramaphosa revealed that until recently he was unware of R500,000 payment by Bosasa which has also been linked to dodgy payments and security services for Members of Parliament.
Numsa to challenge court order preventing strike in plastic sector
About 10,000 workers downed tools last month demanding a 15% salary increase.
Police hunt suspects who shot dead Welkom man in parking lot
The criminals fled with the car and left the man’s body in the parking lot.
Enzo Pietropaolo’s brother set to testify as murder trial continues
Enzo Pietropaolo’s murder trial got underway in the High Court in Johannesburg on Monday. He is accused of killing his estranged wife Manuela Pietropaolo.
Joao Rodrigues's daughter willing to file complaint over alleged abuse
Tilana Stander has spoken out about the abuse ordeal, including sexual assault, that she endured allegedly at the hands of her father.
Joao Rodrigues's daughter says he sexually abused her
Rodrigues is facing prosecution for the death of Ahmed Timol after it was found that he was thrown out of a window in the upper floor of then John Vorster Square, now known as Johannesburg police station, in 1971.
Enzo Pietropaolo's murder trial set to begin today
The former treasurer of the Bank of Athens is accused of firing several shots at his estranged wife Manuela at her Brackenhurst home last year.
West Rand Municipality asks smaller municipalities to help pay salaries
Workers say they will only return to work once they have been given an assurance that salaries will be paid indefinitely.
Airlink & FlySafair abandon plans to merge
Earlier this year, the Competition Commission rejected their proposal, saying it was likely to remove competition between the two entities.
Treasury commits to aiding cash-strapped West Rand municipality
A group of municipal workers last week stormed a council meeting and held executive members hostage - demanding that salaries be paid.