Cosatu WC to outline details of strike set for Wednesday
Earlier this week, members Cosatu embarked on a nationwide strike against unemployment, the current wave of retrenchments and income inequality.
Two suspects arrested in multi-million abalone bust due in court
The pair was arrested on Wednesday, after officials from Hawks and the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry raided an abalone drying facility.
Cosas calls for removal of Sans Souci teacher
The learner and the educator were suspended from the school last week after the video of their argument in a classroom surfaced on social media.
Cosas protests outside San Souci in support of slapped learner
The learner and the teacher were suspended after a video showed the learner pushing her desk against the teacher, who then smacked her across the face during class.
8 people injured in Caledon bus crash
The bus was carrying about 55 passengers when the driver apparently lost control on the Hemel-en-Aarde road on Thursday afternoon.
Hawks seize abalone worth R3.1m, 2 suspects nabbed
Officials, including those from the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, discovered abalone worth more than R3.1 million at a drying facility.
Police probe torching of CPUT buses at Bellville campus
Two buses were torched and the windows of the administration building damaged in the early hours of of Wednesday morning.
South Road Families Association ready to fight proposed MyCiTi service
The association has been at loggerheads with the City of Cape Town over the plans for several years now, as the proposed bus route runs along South Road, where some residents are still living in council properties.
Wynberg group, City of CT battle over MyCiTi plans continues
The R800 million project will establish a direct bus route along Wetton Road, and a trunk route with dedicated bus lanes along Ottery and South roads.
21 people arrested for public violence at CPUT campus
CPUT spokesperson Lauren Kansley says in the early hours of Wednesday morning, the Bellville campus was hit by an unknown group.
#SonaDebate: Opposition parties criticise govt over Eskom, Cabinet size
The State of the Nation Address debate was, not surprisingly, filled with opposition parties criticising the national government for the crisis at Eskom.
Eskom says 6 units back online as Gordhan demands end to load shedding
The power utility's Andrew Etzinger says Minister Pravin Gordhan has told them he wants load shedding over by Thursday.
#SONADebate: Mthembu says EFF not fit to govern SA, act like children
ANC's Jackson Mthembu also says the EFF member who assaulted parliamentary policeman at Sona last week should face consequences for his action.
#LoadShedding: Some traffic lights out, motorists urged to be patient
Eskom is implementing stage 4 load shedding as it needs to shed 4,000 megawatts urgently.
Mother of CT learner slapped by teacher considering her legal options
A video surfaced earlier this week, showing the learner pushing the educator and the teacher, in turn, slapping her in the face during class.
Knysna fire victims ‘concerned’ about their future
One of the affected families, the Oelfs, lost more than just a house; eight of their family members, including six children, died in the fire.
#Sona2019: Politicians, dignitaries step out in style on Parly red carpet
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he hopes President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks about plans to address the high unemployment rate during the State of the Nation Address (Sona).
Mother hopes CT learner slapped by teacher won’t be victimised
The girl's mother has opened a criminal complaint of assault, while the teacher has also laid a complaint with police against the learner.