Fedusa welcomes Tom Moyane’s axing from Sars
Fedusa says President Cyril Ramaphosa made the right decision in firing Tom Moyane.
H&M wants to manufacture some products in SA
In January, the retailer ran an advert with a picture of a black boy in a hoodie labelled 'coolest monkey in the jungle'.
'Government must change tack with anti-racism strategies'
The Anti-Racism Network’s annual conference has the ambitious task of trying to dismantle racism in the country.
Nkosi-Malobane: Task team to hunt suspect in Vlakfontein murders set up
Four children and three women, all from the same family, were killed and buried under a heap of sand in the house.
MEC: Vlakfontein murder suspect a con man
Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane says the man known as Ernest Khoza has been identified as one of the suspects in the murder of seven people.
Vlakfontein family murder: Neighbours didn't trust man sought by police
Authorities have identified Ernest Khoza as a person of interest in the hope that he will be able to assist with the investigation.
Prison rehab programmes take back seat in Gauteng
Grace Molatedi says of the R4 billion received by Correctional Services, close to R3 billion goes to paying staff.
Gauteng’s Leeuwkop prison one of SA’s most overcrowded centres
The facility accommodates over 36,000 offenders and that number increases on a daily basis.
Sassa investigates scam targeting unemployed Gauteng beneficiaries
Sassa says the scam claims recipients of all ages will be given a R2,200 voucher if they register on a bogus website with their ID numbers and proof of address.
Inspector-General of Intelligence probes Gigaba’s phone hacking claims
A video of Minister Malusi Gigaba performing a sexual act was leaked on social media on Sunday after the minister claimed his device had been intercepted.
Sex video unlikely to impact Gigaba politically - analyst
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has confirmed that the leaked video was lifted off his phone during a hack more than a year ago.
'Sharing sex video a violation of Malusi Gigaba's privacy'
Social media lawyer Emma Sadleir says the video is a violation of the minister's privacy and could lead to some kind of legal prosecution.
'People who leaked Malusi Gigaba sex tape can be held liable'
The graphic video surfaced on social media on Sunday after Gigaba revealed that the footage was used in blackmail and extortion attempts against him.
Gigaba hires private investigator over sex tape leak
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Gigaba confirmed that the video had been obtained when his phone was hacked 18 months ago.
SA ‘has long way to go’ to create safe spaces for LBGTI community
The organisation hosted the 29th annual Johannesburg Pride in Melrose Arch on Saturday, aimed at celebrating the rights of the gay community.
Many gather to celebrate Joburg Pride
The occasion is one of the gay community’s most anticipated events that attracts thousands of people from all over Africa.
Numsa to picket outside Mpact to intensify wage strike
Workers in the plastic sector are demanding a 15% wage increase and a reversal of the decision to pay workers R20 an hour instead of R40.
Msimanga, Masola to battle it out in court over tender irregularities report
City Manager Moeketsi Mosola wants the court to interdict the distribution of a preliminary report into allegations of tender irregularities against him.