Basic Education Dept believes it's better prepared for matric exams than in 2020
Last year, the exams were rocked by a cheating scandal when two papers were leaked. To make sure this does not happen again, the department has introduced stricter security measures which include that pupils' cellphone details be recorded in electronic devices registered by schools.
Judge: State proved beyond reasonable doubt that Nomia Ndlovu committed murders
On Friday the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court ruled that Nomia Ndlovu was guilty of killing six of her relatives.
Insurance fraudster Nomia Ndlovu found guilty on six counts of murder
Over several weeks the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court has heard shocking testimony of how Nomia Ndlovu allegedly murdered her relatives, including her sister and nephew, between 2012 and 2018.
Court expected to hand down judgment in Nomia Ndlovu's murder and fraud trial
The Palm Ridge Magistrates Court has heard shocking testimony over the past several weeks of how Nomia Ndlovu allegedly murdered her relatives, including her sister and nephew between 2012 and 2018.
Engineering sector workers expected to return to work after strike ends
The metalworkers union announced on Thursday that it had accepted a 6% wage increase for three years, bringing an end to the crippling three-week-long strike in the sector.
Numsa accepts Seifsa's 6% wage hike for workers in metal, engineering sector
Workers downed tools earlier this month demanding an 8% salary hike.
Sixth man arrested and joins Mandla Msibi in group accused of double murder
Sibusiso Vincent Mdhluli appeared in the Nelspruit Magistrates Court on Wednesday in connection with a shooting that left two people dead and another wounded in August.
Seifsa says wage agreement reached with striking Numsa steel sector workers
The strike by workers affiliated to Numsa entered its third week, with the union demanding an 8% salary hike.
Murder-accused ex-MEC Msibi claims former colleagues behind his arrest
The former MEC and his co-accused were granted bail of R20,000 each in connection with the murder of two people and the attempted murder of a third in August. Murder accused Mandla Msibi said he plans to expose those behind his arrest claiming that some of his former colleagues are responsible for the charges against him.
CoJ plans to host major sporting events under level 1 lockdown
The city said top of its calendar was one of the most prestigious golf tournaments on the South African and European Golf Circuit, the Joburg Open.
Mandla Msibi: My arrest for murder was fuelled by ANC infighting
Murder-accused Msibi addressed his supporters outside the Nelspruit Magistrates Court after he and his co-accused were granted bail of R20,000 each.
Murder-accused ex-MEC Msibi: I accept ANC decision to have me step aside
Mandla Msibi addressed his supporters outside the Nelspruit Magistrates Court on Tuesday after he and his co accused were granted bail of R20,000 each.
Court grants murder accused ex-MEC Mandla Msibi, co-accused bail
Msibi and two others are alleged to have been involved in a shooting that claimed the lives of two people and left a third wounded in August.
SADC urged to intervene in Eswatini following fresh protests
Unions, opposition parties and student groups have joined the latest new wave of unrest in the kingdom, where protestors are mainly calling for the release of two lawmakers arrested earlier this year.
Court set to rule on bail of murder accused ex-MEC Mandla Msibi, co-accused
Mandla Msibi, Njabulo Mkhonto and Anele Mnisi are alleged to have been involved in a shooting that claimed the lives of two people and left a third wounded in August.
eSwatini civil groups condemn King Mswati III’s decision to shut schools
This follows a decision by the monarch to shutdown schools indefinitely amid pro-democracy protests, which have once again flared up in Eswatini.
Swaziland Youth Congress: Operations won't resume until protest demands are met
Unions, opposition parties and student groups have joined the latest new wave of unrest, which have mainly called for the release of two lawmakers arrested during protests earlier this year.
Home Affairs Dept temporarily extends operating hours to deal with congestion
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said that he had been inundated with complaints from angry customers about bad practices at some offices where queues were cut and people sent home.