About 280 lives saved from Tshwane floods, says city
Rains wreaked havoc in Gauteng after been lashed by heavy rains over the past few days.
Families to identify their loved ones after Tau Lekoa Mine tragedy
Xolani Meva, Lungile Nyawose, Katleho Nthibane and Karabo Mabuthile died at shaft number 10 following a rockfall caused by tremor on Friday.
N12 flooding brings Potch traffic to standstill, more rains expected
The N12 between Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp is flooded in both directions, and traffic has been brought to a complete standstill.
Names of 4 deceased Tau Lekoa miners released
The bodies of three workers were brought to the surface on Saturday, while the fourth one was recovered early on Sunday morning.
NUM calls for drastic action as probe into Tau Lekoa deaths underway
Five miners were trapped underground when a tremor led to a rock fall on Friday. One man has survived while the last of the four deceased was brought to surface on Sunday morning.
Rescue team estimates 3 or 4 days to rescue trapped miners at Orkney mine
One miner was rescued with injuries and taken to hospital, while four of his colleagues remained trapped underground.
Adam Catzavelos insists he is not a racist
Legal counsel for Catzavelos Lawley Shain said his client had suffered two criminal incidents prior to the incident in Greece.
Adam Catzavelos pleads guilty to crimen injuria
His lawyer Lawley Shain told the court his client admitted to recording a video on a beach in Greece in which he used the k-word while celebrating the lack of black people around him.
Foreign nationals in Tshwane abandon bail bid
They have appeared briefly in the Kgosi Mampuru Magistrates Court on a change of trespassing.
Outa ‘confident’ delinquency case against Dudu Myeni will go ahead
The pressure group wanted Myeni to be declared a delinquent director to stop her from serving on other boards after SAA lost billions.
Court rules against Myeni bid to add other SAA directors to delinquency case
Dudu Myeni’s legal team brought the applications last week, saying her last lawyer did not advise her correctly.
Tshwane Mayor Stevens Mokgalapa’s 30-day special leave withdrawn
A motion of no confidence was also planned for Thursday afternoon but was delayed.
Hawks raid JHB factories accused of flouting labour laws
Hawks members were joined by immigration officers who verified the status of the employees.
1 killed, 4 arrested after police chase over alleged motorcycle theft
Four suspects have been arrested in connection with the incident.
Dudu Myeni shouldn’t be singled out for SAA failures - lawyer
Myeni, whose tenure at the parastatal as board chairperson was mired in controversy, was fighting a case brought by Outa, which wanted her to be declared a delinquent director.
Myeni says other execs must be held accountable for state of SAA
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has taken Myeni to the High Court in Pretoria arguing that she should not be allowed to serve on another board.
Dudu Myeni employing delaying tactics in 'delinquency' case - Outa
Outa and the South African Pilots Association wanted the High Court in Pretoria to declare her a delinquent director, which could prevent her from sitting on the boards of other companies.
Myeni wants blame shifted to SAA executive management in 'delinquency' case
Myeni was taken to this court by Outa in an attempt to seek an order that would declare her a delinquent director.