FS boy arrested for killing friend in fight over borrowed clothing
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested for allegedly stabbing his friend to death over borrowed clothing.
‘The burning of institutions by protesters is unacceptable’
Advocate George Bizos says despite anger & protests during the struggle, they never burnt down infrastructure.
‘Mandela family united, supportive through administration of estate’
Most of the assets from his estate will be transferred to trusts which will support the family for years.
Madiba's beneficiaries receive payouts
Beneficiaries include schools in Qunu & Orlando West, along with University of Fort Hare & Wits.
Uber SA working to reduce legal ambiguity
The service says it’s been working with authorities to eliminate legal ambiguity around its drivers.
New cash payments won’t compromise drivers’ safety, says Uber
Uber has launched the new cash payment system across five cities.
New Uber payment service widely supported by drivers, riders
The cab hailing service will now experiment with cash payments & not only take credit card payments.
Lily Mine workers must wait until end June for compensation
Workers & management at Lily Mine have reached an agreement on retrenchment packages.
Police monitor protest action in Ennerdale
Residents are apparently also preventing people from going to work and school.
Mashatile believes Hammanskraal residents thought they occupied the land legally
Mashatile says he's trying to find out how so many people were allowed to settle before eviction orders.
Lily Mine workers, management reach retrenchment agreement
The mine is currently under business rescue and was only able to have its business plan approved.
SPECIAL FEATURE: University rape & sexual assault policies unpacked
How are SA universities dealing with sexual assault and rape? EWN has compiled a guide to the policies and processes in place at 8 universities.
‘No basis for evictions in Hammanskraal ’
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute says the law requires municipalities to provide alternative shelter.
GP Community Safety Dept intervenes in Uber, metered taxi dispute
The department has stepped in to try and mediate in the ongoing dispute after the recent attacks.
Firefighters death: Disciplinary action to be taken after concluding investigations
The two firefighters died when they were trapped in a basement of a burning building last year.
Fransman's sexual harassment case dropped due to ‘lack of evidence’
Marius Fransman was accused of sexually assaulting his PA en route to the ANC’s 104th birthday celebrations.
‘Govt will not be held ransom by any transport association’
The department has stepped in to mediate an ongoing dispute between metered taxi and Uber drivers.
Makhura calls on SGBs to work with Education Dept
This comes as the ConCourt ruled in favour of the dept over learner admissions policies.