Wits to host comedy evening to clear historic debt
Wits University will be hosting the #FunnyForFees Comedy Show on Friday evening with all proceeds going towards clearing historic debt faced by students.
Round Two of Varsity football expected to produce more goals
Defending champions, Tuks will be looking to get their first points on the board following their opening day loss to, cross-town rivals, TUT.
Gautrain sets record straight on unions' demands as strike enters third day
Workers downed tools on Monday after wage talks between Bombela and the United Transport & Allied Trade Union broke down.
Police clarify that item found at Roshnee mosque a hoax bomb
The police earlier on Wednesday stated that a handmade bomb was found at the mosque, but they have since clarified this.
#TotalShutDown movement calls on govt to bring down crime rate
Women and non-gender conforming individuals are due to march in Pretoria on Wednesday to raise awareness about abuse faced by women, children and the LGBTI community.
Gautrain services to operate limited service as strike continues
Workers affiliated to Untu went on strike after wage negotiations with Gautrain operator Bombela Operating Company deadlocked on Saturday.
#TotalShutDown: PTA motorists advised to use alternative roads
March organisers say the march will begin at the old Putco depot ending at the Union Buildings.
JMPD recruits 180 new traffic wardens
The recruitment was done from an existing database comprising of trained individuals who have served the JMPD under the extended public works program.
DA still concerned about Crime Intelligence at OR Tambo Airport
The Safety and Security Branch viewed shipment records and statistics during a visit to the station on Monday afternoon.
Gautrain users urged to use alternative transport as strike looms
Negotiations between the Mbombela operating company and unions broke down following weeks of talks.
Crusaders book home final after beating Hurricanes
The Crusaders will go on to play against the Lions or the Waratahs who fight for the second spot in the final.
Numsa supports call for national shutdown
The #TotalShutdown movement will raise more awareness about violence and oppression against women.
AA says motorists can expect ‘very nominal' increase in petrol price
The AA's Layton Beard says this is good news for consumers although it’s an increase, it’s not a significant increase as the ones consumers have seen in the past four months.
Fawu hails ruling on labour brokers as victory for all workers
The ruling means workers that earn less than R205,000 per annum are eligible to become permanent employees of the main employer after three months.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Tough varsity football starts for UKZN, UL and Tuks
The Pitchside Podcast brings you a review of the first round of the 2018 Varsity Football season that took place on, Thursday 26 July 2018. It was a tough start for first-timers UKZN who went down to Wits. Defending champions Tuks went down to TUT. Presenters Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro chat to the captain of University of Limpopo Tshepo Motloutse.
Lawley residents block roads during housing protest
Residents want this group removed, claiming their shacks will decrease the value of property in Lawley and lead to increased crime.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Previewing the 2018 varsity football season
EWN Sport's Pitchside Podcast brings you all the latest updates from the world of varsity sports. In its inaugural season, Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro present you with all the results, fixtures and talking points throughout the 2018 varsity football season. If you're looking for the stars of tomorrow, you'll find them featured here first.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Introducing Varsity Sport
EWN Sport's Pitchside Podcast brings you all the latest updates from the world of Varsity Sports. In its inaugural season, Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro present you with all the results, fixtures and talking points throughout the 2018 Varsity Football season. If you're looking for the stars of tomorrow, you'll find them featured here first.