Court power outage delays bail application of Vlakfontein murder accused
Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe face several charges of premeditated murder are expected to formally apply for bail today.
Vlakfontein murder suspects to make formal bail bid
Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe are facing several charges of premeditated murder and will have to present exceptional circumstances as to why they should be granted bail.
Santaco looking to deploy more marshals at taxi ranks
Santaco says it needs government to pitch in to ensure the safety of passengers.
Taxi drivers could undergo vetting process - Santaco
Taxi bosses say this will ensure that they don't hire people with criminal records who are not fit to drive passengers around.
Gauteng officials meet to discuss challenges in taxi industry
Officials discussed several issues, including taxi violence, road accident fatalities and sexual violence.
Cosatu won’t allow ANC to force it into Eskom’s disruptive IPPs
Cosatu president Zingiswa Losi says it will use its influence to put pressure on the ruling party to drop the multi-billion-rand project.
Numsa, NUM call for sacking of Eskom CEO and board over IPPs
Rival union's Numsa and NUM are calling for the scrapping of the IPP project if they want to keep their jobs.
Numsa to fight Eskom 'retrenchments'
The workers union joined forces with trade union NUM on Saturday to march against the power utility’s signing of Independent Power Producers contracts and the possible privatisation of Eskom.
‘Save Eskom’: Unions send strong message to govt over IPP contracts
Thousands of workers braved the scorching weather to march to the Union Buildings.
‘Blindsided’: Unions unite against govt’s IPP plans
Cosatu president Zingiswa Losi says the multi-billion rand project is not in line with the tripartite alliance's policy.
JPMD chief expresses concern over corrupt officers
David Tembe says the unit will take action against officers who are on the wrong side of the law.
Drunk driving: 'Metro police efforts futile if NPA fails to prosecute offenders'
About 691 people were arrested for drunk driving last month alone, an increase from September’s figure of 664.
AA forecasts drop in December fuel prices
The association predicts a decrease of R1.54 cents a litre for petrol and a 92 cents drop for diesel.
Civil society group outraged over Bob Hewitt’s bid for early release from jail
The former international tennis champion has applied to spend the rest of his six-year sentence at home after only serving two years behind bars after being convicted of rape and sexual assault in 2016 of two women.
Eskom pens new coal deals, can't guarantee keeping lights on
The power utility has been using diesel to alleviate pressure on some of its power stations to avoid rolling blackouts.
Grant beneficiaries urged to switch to new cards before end of December
The agency says the deadline for obtaining new cards is the end on December and there won't be an extension.
'Most of Eskom's power stations left with less than 20 days of coal supply'
The power utility is struggling to keep the country's lights on as its coal stockpiles are declining at power stations.