IEC: Over 320,000 physically registered to vote by midday Saturday
Giving an update on the first day of registrations in Centurion on Saturday, the Electoral Commission (IEC) said the figure included only people who physically visited voting stations, and had completed their registrations by 11 am.
Home Affairs offices open for ID collection during voter registration weekend
The Home Affairs department said it's confident that all its systems will work seamlessly all weekend to assist those who may need to collect Identity Documents for voter registration.
Home Affairs ready to assist with IDs for voter registration weekend
A total of 321 Home Affairs offices will open on Saturday and Sunday from 8am until 5pm to service ID collections and temporary ID applications.
Woolworths pulls Israeli product from shelves, claims it received threats
Since the beginning of the conflict, the retailer has been under pressure from political parties and civil organisations to stop selling Israeli products.
GP Edu Dept to act against teachers at school where learner took his own life
An investigation looking into an incident where a 12-year-old pupil at Kehlekile Primary School died by suicide found that he was, indeed, a victim of bullying. It has been recommended that the deputy principal be suspended.
Lower intl product prices given as reason for predicted December fuel price drop
Lower international product prices have been cited as a reason for the anticipated fuel price decrease that has been predicted for December.
17 injured in Soweto following collision between 2 learner transport vehicles
The Gauteng traffic police department said the accident took place in Nasrec near the FNB Stadium earlier on Thursday.
GDE probe into learner death finds due process not followed in bullying incident
The Gauteng Education Department held a media briefing at Khehlekile Primary School on Thursday to release a report and its recommendations on the matter.
Motorists set for some festive relief as AA predicts December fuel price drop
The association says unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund show a decrease of between R1.05 and R1.06 for both grades of petrol while a two rand decrease in diesel is expected.
Ekurhuleni urges owners of impounded vehicles to claim them before it's too late
The city says these vehicles include 582 motor vehicles, 80 motorcycles, 53 trailers, 14 caravans, and six containers.
Tshwane working to clear service delivery backlogs
Workers affiliated with Samwu (South African Municipal Workers' Union) returned to work on Monday after downing tools over three months ago as a result of a wage dispute.
Mandoza, Gloria Bosman to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at SAMAs
Maskandi group, Ihhashi Elimhlophe, and Pops Mohamed will also be bestowed this honour at the SAMAs in Pretoria this weekend.
Wage talks between City of Tshwane, SAMWU continuing after strike ends
Workers affiliated to Samwu returned to work on Monday after downing tools over three months ago as a result of a wage dispute.
Govt intervention to eliminate child hunger is 'insufficient', says SAHRC
The commission released a study showing an increase in the number of children diagnosed with severe malnutrition, with statistics between August 2022 and September 2023 revealing 114 children died from the condition.
Scopa suggests appoinment of powerless Ramokgopa could hurt fiscus
Though it has been six months since Ramokgopa was appointed as the minister of electricity, it remains unclear what, if any, power he has over the Eskom board.
Suspect in Sibanye-Stillwater employee murder to appear in court
The suspect was arrested on Friday, after he stabbed his co-worker to death at a hostel in the West Rand where they lived.
Motsoaledi calls for overhaul of SA's misaligned immigration laws
Motsoaledi on Sunday spoke about the introduction of a White Paper on Citizenship, Immigration, and Refugee Protection by the Department of Home Affairs, which has been published for public comment.
No mechanism of knowing how many undocumented migrants are in SA: Motsoaledi
Briefing the media on Sunday on the White Paper on Citizenship, Immigration, and Refugee Protection, Motsoaledi said the establishment of the Border Management Authority (BMA) should help mitigate the challenge of accounting for undocumented migrants.