Boy (14) hospitalised after firework accident
More than 1,200 boxes of fireworks were also confiscated in the lead up to Guy Fawkes celebrations.
Fransman accuses ANC top brass of trying to get rid of him
Marius Fransman has accused top party members of trying to get rid of him by ruining his political career.
Court hears emotional testimony from Jayde Panayiotou’s father
Derrick Inggs told the Port Elizabeth High Court that he considered Christopher Panayiotou to be a son and a friend.
Masutha: Staying with ICC will hamper SA's peacekeeping efforts
Justice Minister Michael Masutha says South Africa remains committed to a system of international justice outside of the ICC.
Marius Fransman skips disciplinary hearing
In January this year Louisa Wynand, a woman Fransman hired to work for him, claimed he fondled her.
Masutha presents bill to repeal SA’s ICC membership
Government claims its ICC membership is in conflict with diplomatic immunity laws.
DA: Fransman must pay back over R600,000 owed to WC legislature
He incurred the legal costs in a court matter over an investigation into wasteful expenditure in a department he previously headed.
Nelson Mandela Foundation blames university crisis on poor govt leadership
The foundation adds that government’s efforts to address issues plaguing education have been inadequate.
Jonas: Plans in place to turnaround poor performing SOEs
Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas says interventions are taken to improve financial positions of SOEs.
New prostrate cancer diagnostic system to be rolled out early 2017
UroNav is a medical technology that will provide a more accurate diagnosis for prostate cancer.
Muthambi: There was no need to advertise SABC COO position
The communications minister says there was no need for the COO position to be advertised before Hlaudi Motsoeneng was reappointed.
Research at UCT’s Geological Sciences Department might be contaminated
A burning vehicle next to the department released fumes that could have contaminated laboratory tests.
Koeberg power station unit 1 back online after maintenance
The unit was taken off the grid in September for maintenance after a continuous run of 474 days.
350 Rhodes students postpone their exams until January
Students had until Friday to decide when they wished to write their papers now or next year.
City of Cape Town to battle construction firms over collusion millions
The city could be heading to the courts to retrieve more than R420 million from companies implicated in inflating the costs of building stadiums for the 2010 World Cup.
CPUT employees' union wants action against vice-chancellor
Vice-Chancellor Prins Nevuthalu has been on special leave since the 21st of this month and faces allegations of sexual harassment.
Cope wants action against ANC after Mandela Bay council brawl
The fight broke out during a meeting of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality officials last week.
Cope wants action against ANC after Nelson Mandela Bay council brawl
The fight broke out during a Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality council meeting last week.