Lesufi promises to put pupils' safety first amid Gauteng violence
MEC Panyaza Lesufi visited the Lungisani Primary School in Katlehong, on the East Rand, on Wednesday afternoon following reports that the institution was set alight.
Mashaba wants SANDF deployed to deal with JHB violence against foreign nationals
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he would write to Gauteng Premier David Makhura, requesting he ask President Cyril Ramaphosa to deploy the army to assist the South African Police Service (Saps).
Nigeria calls on SA to compensate foreign shop owners amid attacks
Nigeria's Foreign Affairs Minister Geoffrey Onyeama said the victims of these attacks taking place around Gauteng deserved to be compensated.
Police hunting leaders of Gauteng violence, Alex on lockdown
Police have arrested at least six people in Alexandra after the latest spate of looting and arson attacks.
Police fire rubber bullets, use stun grenades to disperse Alex looters
The township is the latest area in Johannesburg to be hit by the growing unrest, with mostly foreign-owned shops targeted.
Families of slain cops praise ‘dignified’ commemoration day
They attended the annual remembrance ceremony held at the Union Buildings on Sunday. The annual event celebrates the men and women in blue who had lost their lives the line of duty.
Section27 takes Michael Komape case to SCA
Section27 said that it was appealing the dismissed damages claims as well as the court's refusal to grant a declaratory order.
Jeppestown 'still tense' after deadly fire leads to looting
Three people died when a building in Jeppestown caught alight at the weekend and four people are expected to appear in court on Monday over the looting of shops during the panic.
4 arrested, 3 dead after Joburg CBD building fire, looting of shops
It’s understood an old building caught alight killing three people and another person was treated for smoke inhalation.
Cele, Mabuza pay homage to fallen SAPS officers
The minister was joined on Sunday by Deputy President David Mabuza and National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole at the annual SAPS commemoration day at the Union Buildings.
Cele, families to commemorate fallen SAPS heroes
The annual event is in honour of the men and women in blue who've lost their lives while performing their duties.
Call for calm amid probe into murder of SA boxing champ Leighandre Jegels
Jegels was allegedly shot by her police officer boyfriend, whom she is reported to have a protection order against.
It’s not over yet: Talks continue over e-tolls
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula met with the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse and Automobile Association on Wednesday as part of efforts to find a solution to the unpopular user-pay system.
There's hope for troubled SOEs, says parly committee chair
Last week, members of the committee travelled to Johannesburg to visit South African Airways, South African Express, Denel and Eskom.
Parly’s public enterprises committee raises concerns over corruption at SOEs
The committee concluded its week-long oversight visits at the Department of Public Enterprises and at SOEs, including South African Airways, Denel and Transnet in Gauteng on Saturday.
DA slams govt’s R1.8bn lifeline to Denel
The party's spokesperson on public enterprises Natasha Mazzone said National Treasury throwing money at the entity would not fix its systemic challenges.
GED extends placement dates for grade 1 & 8 admissions
The admissions were scheduled to start on Saturday but this has now been pushed to 18 September.
Gavin Watson's memorial service to be held in Roodepoort
Watson was killed in a car crash near OR Tambo International Airport on Monday.