'Impala Platinum shouldn't slash jobs without looking into alternatives'
Minister Gwede Mantashe said it was a reckless decision by the mine to announce it would be slashing 13,000 jobs at its mines over the next two years.
Gauteng SACP calls for integrity commission to prevent corporate state capture
The SACP says this commission would ensure that all government officials recommended for positions in state departments in Gauteng be subject to accurate background checks.
Condolences pour in for late Winston Ntshona
The anti-apartheid activist passed away on Thursday and it’s understood that he had been ill for several years.
James Ngcobo: Ntshona was one of the finest actors SA has ever produced
The well-respected theatre great and anti-apartheid activist Winston Ntshona died on Thursday morning.
Afropunk Joburg announces 2018 lineup
The festival will take place at Constitution Hill under the theme 'The People Resist'.
Prasa: Rail regulator decision not to renew safety permit ‘unfair’
Prasa says it had asked for a deadline extension on its safety permit from the Rail Safety Regulator.
Solidarity: Sabotage has nothing to do with Eskom wage talks
Trade union Solidarity says police should act swiftly against striking Eskom workers who are purposefully sabotaging the running of power stations.
Eskom: Stage 1 rotational load shedding implemented
Load shedding will continue on a rotational basis and will be implemented across the country.
Untu's Gautrain workers set to continue strike
Discussions between Gautrain management and the union deadlocked on Monday afternoon.
Pikitup appeals to residents to keep dogs away from staff
Pikitup management says although no major incidents have been reported yet, workers are often left with torn overalls and small wounds after being bitten by dogs.
Mashaba ‘disappointed’ as driver who attacked JMPD officer gets bail
Last Friday, the taxi driver allegedly punched a female officer who was directing traffic at a busy intersection.
13 suspects arrested across SA for various wildlife trade offences
The Department of Environmental Affairs says four sharks, a live pangolin, 700 kilograms of abalone, ivory and rhino horn have been seized by authorities.
Fraud summit to focus on data leaks
The dialogues are taking place in Rosebank with a focus on fraud from a financial, insurance, and health care perspective.
KZN govt establishes committee to deal with service delivery concerns
The Community Safety Department has recorded almost 270 violent and illegal protests in the past four months in KZN.
Esidimeni committee slams re-election of Qedani Mahlangu to ANC PEC
Qedani Mahlangu as Health MEC oversaw the disastrous and deadly relocation project in which at least 144 psychiatric patients died in Gauteng.
Makhura: Gauteng ANC conference not a committee to judge new appointments
The newly elected ANC Gauteng provincial executive committee says that an integrity committee is working to finalise issues surrounding some of its controversial appointees.
ANC 'deeply concerned' about being taken to court by own members
Disgruntled party members approached the High Court in Johannesburg last week, seeking to interdict the conference but their application was dismissed.
Govt unveils plans to curb violence against women
Government says it has taken a bold step to focus on preventative programmes this Women’s Month that will contribute towards ending violence against women.