Mogoeng Mogoeng says the land issue will be handled in a unifying manner
While delivering the 17th Mandela Lecture, Mogoeng called the land issue ‘critical’ and urged all those involved in addressing it to resolve it peacefully.
KZN residents warned to stay safe as team assesses tornado damage
Severe thunderstorms are expected after 20 homes were damaged by a tornado struck Utrecht at around 7 pm on Friday night.
ARP Inquiry to hear testimonies from former Joburg mayors Masondo, Tau
The investigation was set up earlier this year following service delivery protests under the Alex Shut Down banner.
Putco managers summoned over rise in accidents
Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo said he would ask Putco management some critical questions.
MDC's Biti urges Ramaphosa to intervene in Zimbabwe
MDC supporters gathered outside the party's headquarters in Harare on Wednesday, where they were dispersed by police using teargas and water cannons.
JMPD chief vows to deal with speedsters, drunk drivers decisively
The Joburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) chief David Tembe said motorists who broke the law would be arrested immediately this festive season.
Mashaba describes his tenure as Joburg mayor as painful but rewarding
Outgoing Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he hoped his replacement would not interfere with the work of JMPD chief David Tembe who he recruited.
JMPD introduces special measures for festive season traffic
JMPD chief David Tembe said he was also in talks with the Durban metro police to introduce blue light vehicles every 20 kilometres on the N3 between Durban and Johannesburg.
Foreign nationals arrested in Pretoria to appear in court
On Friday, police forcibly removed foreigners from the parking lot of the UN Refugee Agency following numerous complains from residents in the surrounding areas.
SAA threatens legal action as strike continues
Two trade unions leading the industrial action claim the national carrier has brought in inexperienced staff to run operations while the strike progresses.
Unions blame ‘stubborn employer,’ vow to intensify SAA strike
Workers began the industrial action on Friday, demanding an 8% wage increase while the employer is offering 5.9%.
Talks between SAA and striking unions collapse
Numsa and the Sacca have warned they will intensify the strike across all SAA departments.
Suspects in Bramley traffic lights murder arrested
The alleged criminals, who have been linked to other crimes in Bramley and Alex, are due to appear before the Alexandra Magistrates Court on Monday.
‘We won't back down’: SAA workers vow to continue strike until demands met
They are demanding an 8% salary hike while SAA is offering 5,9% pay rise.
Unions confirm SAA strike for Friday
The airline announced that it intends to retrench 945 workers but Satawu said it was not notified.
Satawu: SAA didn’t follow proper procedures for planned retrenchments
They've approached the Labour Court in Johannesburg to seek an interdict to stop SAA's planned retrenchments.
Cops hunt gunmen after 2 people killed in Selby
The pair were gunned down on Wednesday, while a third person was in a critical condition in hospital.
City of Tshwane bus operations to resume today - Transport MEC
Operations were suspended on Monday leaving thousands of commuters stranded.