Makwetla ‘concerned’ by contraband found in Leeuwkop Prison
Marijuana, cellphones and electronic appliances were some of the contraband confiscated at Leeuwkop Prison during a surprise raid.
Correctional Services: 'Operation Vala a success'
The department has been conducting surprise raids at correctional centres, looking for smuggled goods and contraband.
Motorists urged to adhere to road rules as festive season road deaths increase
TETA launched a road safety campaign in seven provinces on Monday.
Ekurhuleni to inspect condition of partial dam wall collapse in Benoni CBD
The City of Ekurhuleni officials say they have dispatched a team of experts, including technicians, on the site to assess the situation.
Transport Education Training Authority launches campaign targeting taxis
The RTMC is also looking at re-testing drivers every five years whenever they go to renew their licences as a measure to curb the high number of fatalities on the roads.
Woman accused of witchcraft burnt to death in EC
Noxhamla Landa was attacked after she was accused of being a witch by community members who subsequently set her alight at home on Sunday night.
Home Affairs Dept monitoring Beitbridge traffic congestion
The department says the backlog is due to the processing of documents for vehicles and people coming from Zimbabwe.
Dirco, Transport Minister sends condolences to family of late Joseph Mabuza
Mabuza was killed in an accident involving a bakkie and a motorbike yesterday on the N4 between Komartipoort and Nelspruit.
Govt secures land to build houses for Talana residents
This comes after three people, including a two-year-old child, were burnt to death during a fire that destroyed 14 shacks at Talana hostel in Tzaneen on Saturday.
Zuma’s MP nomination: ‘Is ANC in touch with reality?’
Former president Jacob Zuma has been nominated on the list of those who could be heading to Parliament in 2019.
Grayston Bridge lights to come back on after months of vandalism
City Spokesperson Isaac Mangena says after months of hard work to replace the stolen material, this evening will see the lights back on the bridge.
Unattended candle may have caused Tzaneen hostel fire
According to authorities, a number of people have also been left homeless after their shacks burned down.
Analyst: 'It doesn't make sense' for Zuma to leave ex-presidency to become an MP
Former President Jacob Zuma has been nominated on the ruling party's national list of prospective members heading to Parliament after the 2019 general elections.
Three people burnt beyond recognition in Tzaneen hostel fire
Three other people sustained serious injuries and were rushed to the nearest hospital.
Lagarde: 'Ramaphosa right man to lead SA to prosperity'
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde has warned that the biggest risks facing South Africa’s economy are complacency and high expectations and slow service delivery.
IMF's Lagarde urges SA to invest in education to stimulate economy
Managing director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde says that it is important government prioritises investment in technology in order to improve job creation but that it won't be easy.
No IMF loan for SA - Lagarde
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says she has been assured by President Cyril Ramaphosa that the country’s economy is improving.
NW govt to offer Sun City support in dealing with hailstorm damage
North West Tourism MEC Wendy Nelson visited the area on Tuesday and commended the resort for its handling of the situation.