Makhura: Oliver Tambo must be celebrated for sacrifices he made for SA
The African National Congress (ANC) has celebrated the birthday of OR Tambo at his grave site at the Tamboville Cemetary in Brakpan, saying that he must be celebrated for his sacrifice.
Tambo’s legacy is a repository of the values of a democratic SA, says Ramaphosa
Speaking on what would have Tambo's 102nd birthday, Ramaphosa has described Tambo as a selfless leader who fought for the total emancipation for all south Africans.
Ramaphosa pays tribute to OR Tambo on the late stalwart’s 102nd birthday
President Cyril Ramaphosa is at the celebration of Tambo's legacy at the cemetery named after the struggle icon.
Police rescue 104 women kept against their will in Emalahleni raid
Authorities acted on a tip-off and arrested more than 60 people for various offences, including prostitution, possession of drugs and human trafficking.
Zimbabwe sanction debate a diversion from 'murderous regime', says MDC
Hundreds in Harare and in Pretoria marched against the sanctions imposed 80 individuals including President Mnangagwa and 50 companies.
Mbalula calls for justice for 8 North West pupils
Seven pupils who died on Sunday last week when a truck they were travelling in hit a tree and overturned, were laid to rest in Rietpan on Saturday.
City of Tshwane sends out water tankers as reservoirs run dry
The city said that its reservoirs were drying up.
7 North West pupils killed in car crash being laid to rest today
An eighth pupil, who died a couple of days later in hospital, will be buried on Sunday.
Mbalula: Govt must continue to promote universal transport accessibility
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula conducted an inspection to some modes of public transport in Pretoria, in an effort to improve accessibility.
Zimbabweans, ANC in Gauteng call for immediate lifting of sanctions on Zimbabwe
Financial and travel restrictions by the EU and US currently apply to more than 80 individuals including President Emmerson Mnangangwa.
Mbalula pleased public transport more accessible to people with disabilities
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has joined the Tshwane transport accessibility initiative to showcase integrated transport systems.
EFF: Sanef wanted to portray us as violators of media freedom
The organisation was responding to the ruling by the Equality Court, which dismissed the application by Sanef to interdict the EFF from intimidating, harassing and assaulting journalists.
Sanef considering options after EFF interdict bid fails
Sanef took the EFF to court on behalf of five journalists following a spate of attacks on reporters and media houses.
Sanef disappointed after losing intimidation case against EFF
Sanef approached the court on behalf of five journalists, following a spate of attacks on journalists and media houses.
Outa: Myeni is just buying time
Outa and the SAA Pilots Association want her declared a delinquent director, accusing her of pushing for dodgy deals, which added to the financial losses at the struggling state parastatal.
Dudu Myeni’s lawyers want SAA board to join delinquency case against her
The case against former South African Airways (SAA) board chair Dudu Myeni has been postponed to 25 November.
DA leaders deliberate who should be the next federal chair
The gathering, at Nkululeko House, has seen discussions on several issues, including the organisation’s renewal report compiled by former party leader Tony Leon among others.
Govt welcomes Sanef decision to launch media credibility inquiry
Earlier this year, Sanef announced a panel of the inquiry headed by retired Judge Kathleen Satchwell.