Samwu slams appointment of Tembe as acting Public Safety director
Tembe has been appointed by the City Manager to the position for a period of three months effectively from this month.
Damage from eThekwini municipal workers’ protests estimated at over R3.5m
Disgruntled employees took to the streets of eThekwini, demanding answers as to why they were not appointed to posts they had applied for.
Tiso Blackstar staff picket over better wages
Employees belonging to the Information Communication Technology Union claimed the strike was in response to salary discrepancies and bonus disputes.
Demerit system coming, Nzimande warns motorists
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande said that his department would find innovative methods to help police the roads and that this would include an evidentiary breathalyser and the implementation of the Aarto Amendment Bill into law.
Nzimande: Traffic officers who take bribes tarnish law enforcement image
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande said officers who were on the take were undermining efforts to curb road crashes caused by drunk and reckless drivers.
EFF wants guarantees before entering into any coalitions
One of those guarantees is that the ANC and the DA commit to addressing problems in areas such as Alexandra where residents recently protested over a lack of housing and rising crime.
Malema: Land essential to EFF's aim of building houses for poor
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has reiterated his party's call to expropriate land without compensation and give it to the poor.
Julius Malema: Cyril Ramaphosa belongs in prison
EFF leader Julius Malema says President Ramaphosa says that President Ramaphosa has not answered for the Marikana massacre, which claimed the lives of 34 miners.
Malema: Alexandra an example of ANC’s failure in governance
Describing the township as the home of the EFF, Julius Malema wasted no time in lambasting the ANC for failing the people of Alexandra.
EFF supporters pack out Alex stadium for Malema address
This will be EFF leader Julius Malema's first visit to the area since service delivery protests erupted in the township last month.
Old SA flag a symbol of black oppression, court hears
The Nelson Mandela Foundation said that publicly displaying the apartheid flag represented decades of the dehumanisation of black people.
Harmony Gold miner dies after fall of ground incident
This is the second fatality at the mine this month after the death of a 38-year-old woman.
AfriForum: Banning old SA flag would limit freedom of expression
AfriForum's lawyer Mark Oppenheimer said that hateful symbols should be allowed in public spaces because they educate people on what is right and wrong.
Banning apartheid flag would be unlawful - AfriForum
AfriForum argued in court that the law only prohibits hate speech which refers to words and not symbols.
Abducted SA journalist Mohamed's family in 'constant contact' with officials
Shiraaz Mohamed was kidnapped two years ago in Syria on suspicion of being a foreign spy and has been in captivity ever since.
Magashule hasn’t laid a complaint over 'tapped phone' claims – Letsatsi-Duba
The ANC's Ace Magashule claimed that his and deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte's phones had been bugged and said he wanted to know who was behind the hack.
Kempton Park man arrested after beheaded girlfriend's body found in fridge
Police said a 31-year-old man believed to be the boyfriend of the deceased was arrested at his place of work on Friday morning after the woman's mutilated body was discovered.
National Aids Council receives R5bn critical funding boost
Deputy President David Mabuza attended the official handover of the money to SANAC by the Global Grant Fund.