Court orders Brian Shivambu to pay R1.8m to VBS liquidators
The order forms part of a bid by Anoosh Rooplal - the liquidator of VBS Mutual Bank - who aims to recover R2.7 million that was part of a R4 million loan granted to Shivambu’s company, Sgameka Projects in 2017.
SAPS, TMPD restore calm in protest-hit Tshwane
Unlike Wednesday’s protest, Thursday was not marred by looting, violence and the burning down of foreign-owned shops.
Law enforcement monitoring Tshwane CBD following violence, looting
Taxi owners and locals took to the streets on Wednesday calling for drug dealers to be dealt with.
Santaco distances itself from Tshwane violence, looting
Taxi drivers took to the streets on Wednesday after one of their own was killed allegedly by a drug dealer.
Tshwane looters target foreign nationals in CBD
Fuad Mohammed who owned two shops said he was targeted by people who stormed his shop before ransacking it.
Police fire rubber bullets at Pretoria CBD protesters
Some foreign-owned shops and other properties have also been looted and set alight.
Makhura: NHI is the answer to revolutionise public health
Gauteng Premier David Makhura said the NHI fund would ensure the rich and poor have equal access to health
We’re not xenophobic - Makhura on tightening border security
Gauteng Premier David Makhura said the influx of undocumented migrants needed to be addressed before it became a crisis.
Makhura: Counterfeit goods trade harming economy, taking jobs
Gauteng Premier David Makhura said that his administration has committed to eradicating the sale of counterfeit goods.
8 licensing officials due in court on fraud, corruption charges
They're accused of falsifying vehicle registration details on the national traffic information system to allow truck owners to dodge licence fees, penalties and the money they owed the department.
9 killed in Limpopo taxi accident
It's alleged that the bakkie was attempting to overtake another car when it collided with the taxi.
Hanekom: Zuma must be held responsible for his remarks
Hanekom said Zuma’s claims that he was an apartheid spy is a threat to his credibility as a politician.
Roseville Secondary pupils in KZN warned after demand for smoke breaks
Last week pupils missed two exams and forced the school to shut down.
Sun: Speculation around Tshegofatso Selahle's death not helping
City of Joburg Public Safety MMC Michael Sun has promised to act if their investigation into the death of former radio producer Tshegofatso Selahle implicated JMPD officers in his death.
Family: Autopsy shows Tshegofatso Selahle was severely beaten
His sister, Letsoba Selahle, said they were in possession of an autopsy report that confirmed that her brother died from physical injuries he sustained while in metro police custody.
Frustration as Palesa Madiba’s alleged killer shows up without a lawyer
Magistrate Zweli Zwakhe warned Dumisani Mkhwanazi that the court wouldn’t tolerate any more excuses preventing proceedings from getting under way.
Man accused of murdering Palesa Madiba expected back in court
Dumisani Mkhwanazi, the man accused of killing Madiba and burying her in a shallow grave, will be back at the Protea Magistrates Court.
Maile: 9 municipalities in Gauteng on verge of being dysfunctional
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile appointed a committee to investigate allegations of fraud, maladministration and corruption.