Lesufi: Police must hunt down criminals who shot Rethabile Rapuleng
Rethabile Rapuleng, who was a grade six pupil at Mogobeng Primary School, was shot outside the Izibuko Primary School while waiting for a friend on Wednesday.
I want justice, says Mother of slain Katlehong pupil (12)
Rethabile Rapuleng, who was a grade 6 pupil at the Izubuko Primary School, was struck by a stray bullet outside the school on Wednesday.
Probe into Katlehong school shooting under way
Lesufi was at Izibuko Primary School where the child was hit by a stray bullet in an alleged drive-by shooting while waiting outside after returning from a school trip.
Labour Court reserves judgment in Solidarity AA case
The trade union approached the court arguing that some pieces of the act governing affirmative action be declared unconstitutional, in line with the SA Human Rights Commission's findings.
Metrobus, Demawusa set to meet at CCMA to resolve strike
The industrial action has left about 40,000 commuters stranded.
Firefighters battle blaze at a factory near Langlaagte
Staff have been evacuated with a large amount of smoke coming out of the building.
Affirmative action laws are unconstitutional, Solidarity argues in court
The court on Wednesday heard a case between trade union Solidarity and the Department of Labour relating to affirmative action.
Evicted Alexandra residents to be resettled - Maile
Two months ago, the City of Johannesburg gave instruction to demolish 80 illegally built houses in the township.
Security guard shot dead at a Randburg mall
Police said the incident happened earlier on Tuesday.
Minerals Council left shocked by deputy Minister Bavelile Hlongwa's death
Deputy Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Bavelile Hlongwa died on Friday in an accident along the N1, outside Hammanskraal.
Ramaphosa: We’re going to address Eskom issues more effectively
President Ramaphosa was addressing ANC branches in Johannesburg over the weekend.
Dros rape trial: D-day for Nicholas Ninow as judgment expected
Last week, Nicolas Ninow pleaded guilty to four charges, including rape, after he sexually assaulted a girl in the restroom of the Pretoria restaurant.
Metrobus bus drivers expected to strike on Monday
The workers are demanding wage increases and that their pay be progressed in line with collective bargaining rules.
Ramaphosa: Envoys to reassure Africa on SA's commitment to rule of law
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that the special envoys he's sending to various African countries will have a difficult time explaining government's positions on the recent attacks on foreign nationals.
Ramaphosa: Foreign nationals must obey the laws of South Africa
President Ramaphosa addressed members of ANC branches in the greater Johannesburg region on Sunday.
Ramaphosa looks for solutions, divine intervention to tackle recent violence
As South Africa looks for answers and long-term solutions to the hate crimes meted against foreign nationals, the President turned to divine intervention.
Solidarity heads to court in bid to have Employment Equity Act amended
Solidarity says it will approach the Labour Court this week to request that government implement the recommendation of a report by the SAHRC on equality.
ANC NEC to meet with Joburg structures
NEC members will meet structures at the Turfontein racecourse to engage them on various matters including the recent spate of attacks on foreign nationals and their businesses.