Festive season road accidents: ‘Even one death is too many’
The Community Safety Department in Mpumalanga says it remains concerned about the rising number of deaths on its roads this festive season.
Amcu welcomes court ruling on Sibanye-Stillwater strike
The Labour Court on Friday disagreed with the mining company’s reason for judging the strike as unprotected.
Limpopo Transport Dept issues stern warning to motorists who break rules of road
On Friday, the driver of a Honda sedan was arrested on the N1 near the Nyl Toll Plaza for speeding at 178 kilometres per hour in a 120 kilometre per hour zone.
New breathalyser device could see drunk drivers arrested on site
The alcohol breathalyser gives an immediate print out of the driver’s alcohol content without the need for a blood sample.
ANC to submit first draft of national list in January
The candidates have been selected from ANC branches across the country which were submitted directly to and compiled by an independent agency.
Zuma reaffirms ‘I’ll frustrate my haters for a long time’ comment on Twitter
The former president has taken to the social media app to not only respond to certain issues but also initiate small talk with the social media world.
ANC releases draft of representatives list for 2019 elections
The nominees have been selected from ANC branches across the country which were submitted directly to and compiled by an independent agency.
Reforms needed to deal with tax dodging multinationals in SA, say studies
Two research papers by the institute have found that some of the country's largest multinational firms are behind the massive loss of R8 billion in taxes a year.
Hlahla: 'New Denel CEO will help generate income, solve state capture issues'
Daniel du Toit's appointment was announced in a joint statement by the Public Enterprises Department and the Denel board on Thursday.
Striking City to City drivers to be paid back deducted monies
Bus drivers refused to report for work due to an unforeseen salary deduction on their Sunday overtime rates.
SA tourism grows by 1.7% in 2018
SA Tourism’s analytics indicate that 8.6 million international tourists have visited South Africa this year.
Amcu questions agreement between NUM & Sibanye-Stillwater
Amcu says it’s been made aware of an agreement signed between NUM and the company, although workers belonging to majority union are from Amcu and they remain on strike.
Edcon CEO promises a debt free future amid financial woes
Edcon says it plans to have the deal signed before Christmas and implement it early next year.
ANC says can’t comment further on Mabe’s sexual harassment matter
According to The Sunday Times in an affidavit Mabe details how he decided to cut her pay to R15,000 when he discovered that she made fraudulent misrepresentations about her qualifications.
15 people arrested for petrol bombing police vehicles in Coronationville
It’s understood police responded to a call of from a resident complaining about the noise in the area but when they arrived, their vehicles were stoned and petrol bombed.
Edcon refutes liquidation reports
The Sunday Times is reporting that the owners of Edgars have warned that over 100,000 jobs are therefore on the line.
Amcu accuses Sibanye Stillwater of sowing divisions amongst workers
The union says it’s been made aware of an agreement signed between NUM and the company although workers belonging to Amcu are still on strike.
3 people die after road accident in Vereeniging
Six people have been injured in the accident involving two cars on the R59 near Taaiboospruit this morning.