Another heatwave expected to hit Gauteng this week
Temperatures are expected to peak at over 35 degrees in Pretoria, while Johannesburg can expect highs above 33 degrees.
Relief aid continues to pour in following Talana hostel fire
The fire broke out at Talana hostel on Saturday and claimed the lives of three people, including a two-year-old child.
SAPS announces critical appointments at top management level
Puleng Dimpane has been appointed chief financial officer and promoted to the rank of lieutenant general.
SAPS records rise in female police recruits
SAPS spokesperson Colonel Athlenda Mathe says women have an important role to play in the police service.
Tristan-Lee Niemand's father grateful for support
Tristan- Lee Niemand was held in a detention centre in China for more than a month after Chinese authorities arrested her for not having a work permit.
Tristan-Lee Niemand: I was kept in the dark by Chinese authorities
Tristan-Lee Niemand returned home on Saturday after spending 35 days at a Chinese detestation centre for violating visa regulations.
No flight disruptions as Comair, Numsa reach deal
Comair said in a statement released yesterday afternoon that it and the union had made sufficient progress and would continue with discussions on salary increases on 11 January next year.
Holiday goers left frustrated by striking City to City bus drivers
It’s understood they embarked on the industrial action after management refused to pay them before Christmas Day.
Numsa, Comair to meet with CCMA to avert strike
Workers affiliated to Numsa announced their intention to strike last week. They are demanding a salary increase of 12% a 13th cheque and travel allowance.
Nzimande to give details on festive season road safety campaign
Johannesburg Metro Police Department Chief David Tembe says that since the start of the festive season 11 people have died on Gauteng’s roads.
Change in History curriculum will help land debate, says foundation
The Education for Social Justice Foundation says a change in the History curriculum would help people understand issues such as the land debate better.
R90m worth of drugs seized at OR Tambo airport
The contraband was seized in two separate incidents at OR Tambo International Airport over the past two days.
Numsa to meet with Comair management amid CCMA process
Last week, Numsa declared its intention to embark on a strike this week at the British Airways and Kulula Airlines holding company.
Foundation welcomes Motshekga’s decision to change history curriculum
Motshekga made the announcement on Tuesday following a recommendation by the history ministerial task team last December.
Tembe: 'JMPD did what they were assigned to do at Global Citizen Festival'
Johannesburg Metropolitan Police chief David Tembe has maintained that his officers did what they were assigned to do following the chaos that occurred after the Global Citizen Festival earlier this month.
Herman Mashaba ‘concerned’ about counterfeit goods in Joburg
According to the November crime stats, released earlier on Tuesday, counterfeit goods worth R86 million were seized; ranging from clothes to medicine.
JMPD: Over 800 drunk drivers arrested in November
Authorities say over 800 drivers were apprehended for driving under the influence, while more than 100 stolen or hijacked vehicles were recovered.
South Africans urged to donate blood over festive season
The SANBS says December usually sees a lack of donations due to most people being on holiday.