Cele: More than 20 suspects arrested in connection with truck drivers' attacks
The sector has recently been rocked by a spate of violent assaults, which have prompted President Cyril Ramaphosa to put together an inter-ministerial committee to look into the unrest.
Govt is too slow to implement norms and standards for school infrastructure - EE
According to the regulations, all schools should be provided with enough classrooms, electricity, water, and internet by Sunday.
Cele not convinced Malema’s threats against cops taken out of context
While the red berets said that Police Minister Bheki Cele was taking the remarks out of context, he warned that there would be consequences against anyone who acted against police officers or their family members.
City of Tshwane takes legal action after another trench drowning
Tshiamo Hlenza died this week after falling into a trench covered in water at a construction site in Hammanskraal.
Food, non-alcoholic beverages price help push CPI to seven-month high
The price increases are still within targets set by the South African Reserve Bank, which aims to have the inflation rate between 3% and 6%.
Khato Civils offers to help family of boy who drowned in trench at building site
Tshiamo Hlenza died on Monday after falling into a trench covered in water at a construction site in Hammanskraal.
Gauteng motorists urged to drive with caution on wet roads amid heavy rainfall
Several structures and vehicles were damaged by violent storms in various parts of the province.
UDM deputy chairperson Mncedisi Filtane dies after contracting COVID-19
It is understood the politician was admitted to hospital on Friday due to low oxygen levels and passed on in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Bodies of 3 boys found in incomplete stormwater trench in Hammanskraal
It is understood the children, two 10-year-olds and one nine-year-old, were found in the trench which had accumulated water due to heavy rains that lashed parts of Gauteng over the past 48 hours.
Ramaphosa denies benefitting from illegal hunting
Peta accused Ramaphosa and his Limpopo game farm Phala Phala Wildlife of facilitating trophy hunting for profits.
Mboweni: Fitch & Moody's credit rating downgrades painful
Reacting to the news, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said that there was an urgent need for government and its social partners to implement structural reforms to avoid further harm to the country's sovereign rating.
South Africa records 3,105 new COVID-19 cases
This marks the first time since 21 August where the daily jump in coronavirus infections surpassed the 3,000 mark.
SABC retrenchments: Sanef proposes independent mediation amid strike
Workers were on a go-slow on Friday afternoon in response to looming jobs cuts at the public broadcaster. They are demanding that retrenchments at the state entity be abandoned.
Tensions high in Brackenfell as police use force on EFF protesters again
A public order policing commander earlier called on protesters to refrain from pelting objects at officers.
Lamola: Bushiris are guaranteed a fair trial in SA
During a post Cabinet briefing on Thursday, Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola said they intend sending extradition papers to Malawi for the Bushiris within the next two weeks.
Malawi court rules the Bushiris’ arrest was illegal, orders their release
According to local media, Magistrate Viva Nyimba made the ruling based solely on the legality of the couple’s arrest in that country and not their impending case in South Africa.
Cabinet is satisfied with govt’s handling of Bushiri matter - Lamola
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola gave a post-Cabinet briefing in Pretoria on Thursday afternoon.
With court no-show, fugitive Bushiris forfeit home in SA
The Bushiris are facing fraud, corruption and money laundering charges in connection with a multi-million rand investment scheme.