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.
Gauteng Education urges parents to submit 2019 applications
The department has urged parents not to miss the 31 October deadline to submit the necessary documents for placement.
Msimanga files urgent application over GladAfrica report
Mayor Solly Msimanga says he's opposing Moeketsi Mosola's application to block the report because he’s committed to a transparent investigation.
Reiger Park school wants to move past sex scandal
The school’s former headmaster resigned in January after videos and pictures emerged of him having school sex with girls in his office.
Motshekga 'concerned' about sexual misconduct cases in schools
Minister Angie Motshekga says she has been assured by the South African Council of Educators that it's doing everything possible to prevent similar abuses of power.
Motshekga warns matrics against cheating in surprise visit to Joburg school
Matric pupils are currently writing their final exams.
'His age cannot be used as an excuse'
An application by Ahmed Timol's murder accused Joao Rodrigues for a permanent stay of prosecution is expected to be heard at the High Court in Johannesburg in the next few weeks.
NPA to oppose permanent stay of prosecution application by Timol murder accused
Eighty-year-old former apartheid policeman Joao Rodrigues wants the courts not to proceed with the case against him because of his advanced age.
'Feasibility study for Gautrain expansion submitted to Treasury'
Transport MEC Ismail Vadi has dismissed reports that the department is close to getting approval as announced by his human settlements counterpart Dikgang Moiloa.
#OmotosoTrial: Call for churches in SA to be audited
The National Heritage Council says this would prevent unscrupulous pastors and some churches from duping unsuspecting victims by taking advantage of their faith.
Arson suspected after two trains gutted in fire in Germiston
Arson is suspected after two trains were gutted in a blaze in Germiston on Tuesday.
NPA needs R761m to fill over 1,000 vacancies
Acting National Director of Public Prosecutions Silas Ramaite told Parliament that budget constraints are severely hampering the NPA’s ability to do its job.
2 Metrorail trains set alight in Germiston
Metrorail spokesperson Lillian Mofokeng says the damage caused by the suspected arson is estimated at more than R6 million.
Trio due in court for attempted hijacking outside Sandown High School
Sandton police’s Captain Grandville Meyer says they will face a charge of attempted hijacking.
Numsa to increase pressure on plastic sector employers with mass march
About 10,000 workers affiliated to the union are on an indefinite strike over wage increases and working conditions.
PCA's urgent court bid to interdict Numsa strike
About 10,000 Numsa members have downed tools on Monday over salary increases and benefits in the plastic sector.