Man crushed by own car at drive-through
It’s understood the victim had parked his vehicle too far away from the drive-through window, prompting him to step out of the car, and he was then crushed.
DA condemns latest GP land invasions
On Saturday, the police made several arrests during invasions in Midrand and Alexandra.
Limpopo boy who was assaulted by mother taken to place of safety
In a video circulating on social media, the woman identified as Giveness Matlou Thansa is seen assaulting the boy with a wooden stick.
GP Human Settlement MEC urges Mamelodi extension 11 residents to relocate
Uhuru Moiloa and disaster management officials visited the victims yesterday where they discovered that the community is situated on a wetland area.
Johannesburg EMS remains on high alert for floods
EMS says cleanup operations are continuing in several informal settlements including places severely affected by last week's flash floods.
SA Business Council calls on Brics to reduce trade barriers
The council says it will put on the agenda a call for Brics nations to accelerate the introduction of a Brics business travel card.
‘Brics Visa will accelerate rate of business’
SA Brics business council chairperson says reduction of trade barriers by Brics nations will create the platform to accelerate growth and prosperity.
R101 near The Carousel closed after bridge collapse
The bridge at Pienaarsrivier has been flooded after heavy rains, causing a portion of the bridge to collapse.
Several arrests in Gauteng over illegal land occupation
Gauteng police have arrested several people about what appears to be an illegal land occupation in Waterfall, Midrand on Saturday afternoon.
Limpopo mother (35) arrested for lashing son (5)
It’s understood the child sustained serious injuries throughout his body, and has been taken to the place of safety after being discharged from the hospital.
Joburg mop up operations underway after flash floods
The EMS say some people have been evacuated from their homes but no fatalities have been reported as the results of the flooding.
Malema: Indigenous Zimbabweans should continue to own land
EFF leader Julius Malema was speaking in Ermelo in Mpumalanga, where he said basic human rights starts with land ownership.
EFF's Malema calls on SA to unite against VAT increase
EFF leader Julius Malema says that government should instead increase corporate tax to relieve the poor.
Michael Komape’s father wants to build library in honour of late son
Michael Komape died after drowning in a pit toilet at school.
'Journalists should not be threatened'
EFF leader Julius Malema has, however, warned that they will confront journalists who spread false news.
CoJ to hold training session on listeriosis for informal traders
Health and Social Development MMC Mpho Phalatse says informal traders will be informed about how to prepare and handle food in the light of the recent outbreak.
No reporting for duty for Eskom’s Suzanne Daniels amid new charges
New charges brought against Daniels include serious misconduct, distribution of confidential information and settlement of the McKinsey and Trillian matter.
MKMVA says concerns about Zuma trial ‘genuinely expressed’
The association has clapped back at National Association of Democratic Lawyers president Mvuso Notyesi, saying he misrepresented the MKMVA's earlier statement as an attack on the judiciary.