Lesufi ‘devastated’ after equipment worth R3m stolen from Soweto school
These include office computers, computer lab equipment and learner’s smart boards.
Ramaphosa appeals to SA to rely more on public transport to reduce road deaths
Ramaphosa said to assist, government is building more bus rapid transit systems in major cities in order to meet the demand as millions of commuters grow.
Fedusa slams Perx over retrenchments and proposed salary reductions
Perx issued a section 189 notice to the employees after failing to reach a consensus on reducing the workers’ salaries up to 50%.
President Ramaphosa launches Transport Month campaign in Heidelberg
Ramaphosa is also expected to unveil an Arrive Alive programme, which will look at road safety and changing road user behaviour.
SA teachers have little to celebrate on World Teachers’ Day
Sadtu says teachers are faced with a number of challenges including low pay, unsafe working conditions and lack of adequate support.
3 children amongst 7 people injured in Durban crash
The accident occurred on Friday night, wherein two cars crashed into one another resulting in one of them overturning.
Zille’s return could spell more trouble for the DA, says Mathekga
Helen Zille is in the running for the powerful position of federal council chairperson against Mike Waters, Thomas Walters and Athol Trollip.
Zille claims she’s backed by those who want to ‘heal’ the DA
Zille took some party members by surprise after she announced her submission of a nomination to replace James Selfe as federal chairperson.
DA vows to keep close eye on how SABC’s bailout billions are spent
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni Abrahams announced earlier on Friday that R3.2 billion will be will be granted to the cash-strapped public broadcaster.
Zille parks IRR fellowship to chase DA Federal Council chair position
This comes after Zille's shock announcement on Frida that she intends on running for the position of DA Federal Council chair.
Pomona residents vow to stay put on privately-owned land after fire
Over 900 people were left homeless after the blaze gutted their structures on Monday night.
Fire-hit Pomona residents set on rebuilding homes, lives on same site
Hundreds of people left homeless by a fire at the Pomona informal settlement in Ekurhuleni are adamant that they will rebuild their homes.
Amy’Leigh De Jager kidnapping: 'Mastermind' says she can only afford R10k bail
Tharina Human, Laetitia Nel and Pieter van Zyl tried to convince the court today that they're eligible to be granted bail.
Pomona shack fire victims to get temporary accommodation for now
The blaze ravaged parts of the Pomona informal settlement on Monday, burning down over 300 homes and leaving hundreds displaced.
Richard Mdluli relatives paid by CI for doing nothing, Zondo Inquiry told
Whistleblower Dhanajaya Naidoo told the inquiry that seven members of Richard Mdluli's family were rarely at the office but were paid.
Delays in ex-Bryanston High coach's abuse case traumatic for victims - activists
The case has been postponed to November while the State waited for a decision from the director of public prosecutions on a review application by the accused.
Still no clarity on when probe into Selahle’s death will be completed
Tshegofatso Selahle died last month while in police custody after he was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.
Tribunal probing billions looted from state to start work next week
It will be headed by retired Judge Gidfonia Mlindelwa Makhanya and it's understood identified cases only were valued at over R14 billion.