Will Mashaba and Maimane join forces?
Last month, Mashaba announced that he would be stepping down as mayor and terminating his membership from the Democratic Alliance.
Gordhan fights back, will request permission from Zondo to grill Moyane
The ex-Sars boss wants to question Gordhan over the minister's suggestion that he was politically motivated and acted maliciously when he laid a criminal complaint against Gordhan.
Hunt for suspects after Precious Ramabulana stabbed to death
Precious Ramabulana (21) was found dead in her room off-campus on Sunday and had apparently been stabbed 52 times.
Lenasia community in shock after girl (5) dies in house fire
It’s understood the blaze broke out at around 8 am in the morning on the second floor of a double story building; the cause of the fire was not yet known.
Lesufi to visit schools, meet with parents over placement issues
The Education Department said 9,000 children remained unplaced in the province for the 2020 financial year.
'Leave my children & family': Lesufi makes serious allegations against AfriForum
Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi made the comments on Sunday, while addressing reports of AfriForum laying a criminal complaint against him for the irregular expenditure of R900 million.
Lesufi believes Afriforum targeting him over changes in his department
Afriforum has been calling for Lesufi to be sacked after thousands of parents had not received any feedback on their children's admission at the beginning of this month.
Tornado strikes again in KZN, this time in Ulundi
The twister landed in the area on Saturday night, less than 24 hours after Utrecht was also hit by a tornado.
It’s back to business, says SAA after 8-day strike
Services are expected to return to normal after unions signed a 5.9% wage agreement with the carrier, after initially demanding an 8% increase, ending the wage strike.
SAA task team to begin search for salary increase difference in two weeks
The team will need to find 2.1% for salaries after unions agreed on a 5.9% pay increase retrospective to April this year.
SAA to restore full flight schedule this weekend
The eight-day strike by Numsa and Sacca has cost the airline about R50 million a day and has left thousands of travellers frustrated.
SAA & unions reach wage deal, ending strike
It also said mediation will continue to assist the parties to work through some of the identified underlying issues and challenges.
Non-striking National Transport Movement pens wage deal with SAA
The union's president Mashudu Raphetha said that the wage deal was subject to SAA securing additional funds and that the salary increase would start from February next year.
Ombud won't probe Old Mutual body incident as no complaint laid
Two members of the Mtshali family dragged the body of a loved one to an Old Mutual office in KwaZulu-Natal, demanding a policy payout.
Govt ‘unclear’ on whereabouts of refugees removed from PTA UNHCR offices
The foreign nationals were removed from the Brooklyn building by police after they gained illegal access to the premises of the UNHCR.
Ramaphosa apologises to business owners for govt’s failure to pay on time
President Cyril Ramaphosa was speaking at a meeting with the Black Business Council at the Union Buildings on Thursday.
UN Refugee Agency to assist vulnerable foreign nationals in Pretoria
On Friday, police removed refugees that had been living outside the offices of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Pretoria.
Foreign nationals plot next move after removals in Pretoria, Cape Town
The foreign nationals and refugees want to be relocated to other countries, saying they were not safe in South Africa due to xenophobic attacks.