Nehawu threaten indefinite strike if community health workers not made permanent
Workers affiliated with the union are expected to go on a nationwide strike on Thursday demanding government permanently employ workers and pay all government benefits.
Nehawu: SA’s overstretched healthcare system won’t survive second COVID wave
The union held a briefing where they announced they would be leading the nationwide marches by community healthcare workers on Thursday.
Warning issued for localised flooding and thunderstorms in parts of Gauteng
Forecasters said the heavy rains could cause damage to buildings and other structures, especially in informal settlements.
CEM considering more security options to protect exam papers after second leak
The Department of Basic Education (DBE) on Monday said that it had identified possible weaknesses in its systems amid matric exam papers being leaked.
Severe thunderstorms, localised flooding expected in Gauteng on Tuesday
Forcaster Lehlohonolo Thobela said Gauteng residents should brace for wet weather conditions for most of the week.
Cele to Malema: You crossed the line with reckless comments about police
Addressing supporters in the Free State on Sunday, Malema made warnings against the police.
Traditional leaders tell Cele stock theft is a major problem in rural areas
The minister on Friday held a national dialogue with traditional leaders at Emperors Palace, where leaders told the minister about their biggest problems with crime in the rural areas.
Cele appeals to traditional leaders to allow law to deal with rapists
The minister met with traditional leaders on Friday from all parts of the country at Emperors Palace.
Alcohol abuse biggest driver of crime in SA, says Cele
The police minister was speaking at the national dialogue with traditional leaders at Emperor’s Palace.
Bushiris back in court as co-accused Willah Mudolo applies for bail
Shepherd and Mary Bushiri have been out of prison for almost two days after a two-week-long stretch behind bars but the court ruled that all the accused must be present for Friday’s bail application.
3 police officers accused of murdering Nathaniel Julies expected back in court
Scorpion Ndyalvane, Caylene Whiteboy and Voster Netshiongolo are accused of killing Julies and trying to hide the evidence in August.
Bushiris given deadline to hand over title deed to Midstream home or lose bail
Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary, were granted bail of R200,000 each while their co-accused Zethu Mudolo and Landiwe Ntlokwana were released on R20,00 rand and R100,00 respectively.
It was all a dream: Mboro dreamt of Bushiri bail outcome, NPA accepts ruling
Shepard Bushiri, his wife Mary, and two of his other co-accused have been granted bail in the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Massive support for the Bushiris after their release on 200k bail
There was singing and chanting and shouts of jubilation outside the court after the couple were granted bail.
Sedibeng Municipality must be placed under administration - report
Advocate William Mokhare compiled a report on the affairs at the municipality.
Releasing 2014 intelligence report will prejudice national security, says court
The EFF had approached the courts to have the document released – it focuses on media reports about members of the State Security Agency allegedly being involved in unlawful activities.
EFF loses court bid for release of classified intelligence report by SSA
The EFF had approached the court to release the document on media reports about members of the State Security Agency (SSA) allegedly involved in unlawful activities.
Bushiri’s lawyers argue for bail saying couple won’t escape facing trial
The pair and three others were in the Pretoria Magistrates Court applying for bail. They are facing charges of money laundering and fraud amounting to R102 million.