Mathunjwa: Marikana massacre is a crime against humanity
Amcu President Joseph Mathunjwa says the International Criminal Court should hold those responsible accountable.
[WATCH LIVE] #Marikana: Maimane calls for halt to job cuts in mining sector
A total of 44 people were killed during the days of violence amid a protracted wage strike by workers of the North West mine in August 2012.
Resign or faces protests, Nehawu warns NSFAS CEO
NSFAS has been thrust into the spotlight recently with the resignation of chairperson Sizwe Nxasana and revelations of massive backlogs in funds owed to students and universities.
Call for accountability as SA remembers Marikana massacre
A total of 44 people were killed following during days of violence that during a protracted wage strike by workers at Lonmin platinum mine in the North West.
Step down or be kicked out - Nehawu tells NSFAS CEO Zwane
The union wrote a formal letter to Steven Zwane on Sunday giving him an ultimate to vacate office by Thursday.
Mark Minnie’s death thrusts child rape crimes into spotlight
The author was found with a bullet wound to his head in Port Elizabeth on Monday, next to a firearm which didn’t belong to him and a note.
Fawu urges Sars to tighten control on fake goods manufacturers
Fawu says billions of rand are lost through the selling of counterfeit goods which affects food, tobacco and cosmetics industries.
Fawu demands Treasury help Sars fight illicit crime
Fawu spokesperson Dominique Martin says the food, tobacco and cosmetics industry are losing money through sales of illegal counterfeit goods.
2 DA councillors to appear in court for assaulting police officer
The DA’s Mike Waters claims the pair were assaulted by officers when one of them tried to video record the treatment of a citizen by police.
Univen SRC to meet with management over ongoing protests
Students at the campus say they are frustrated that both the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and the university's management are failing to deliver on promises.
No arrests yet after cyclist shot in Krugersdorp
The man was shot multiple times in an armed robbery on Saturday.
Gautrain says it's willing to return to wage negotiations
The service has been operating with limited capacity since the union embarked on a protest 12 days ago over salary increases
NUM to sign Eskom’s salary offer with conditions
NUM says it will sign Eskom's latest salary offer on condition that its members will not face disciplinary action for striking.
Some Home Affairs operations up & running again after power failure
While clients can collect their birth, marriage, and death certificates, including smart IDs and passports, the application of IDs and other documents is still impaired.
Doctor reunited with his stolen BMW 17 years later
Dr Leod Zondo eventually bought himself new cars after making peace with having lost his car in Port Elizabeth for good - or so he thought.
Gautrain opens Midrand station amid ongoing strike
The service has been operating in a limited capacity after Untu embarked on a protest 12 days ago over salary increases.
Home Affairs offices shutdown due to power failure
The failure has led to its offices being unable to offer a range of services.
Higher Education Dept reacts to Sizwe Nxasana’s resignation as NSFAS chair
Sizwe Nxasana, who is now the former chairperson of NSFAS, officially handed in his resignation to minister Naledi Pandor on Monday.