Fedusa backs govt plan to consider making COVID vaccines mandatory
Fedua said that organised labour, along with government and employers, needed to look into the complexities of such a move and investigate the feasibility of restricting unvaccinated individuals from shared spaces and public facilities.
Mapisa-Nqakula commends SA for proposing initiatives to UN, WTO on COVID jabs
National Assembly Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula was speaking at the 143rd Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly Plenary in Spain at the weekend.
Rescue teams search for trapped NW miners after mudslide
Impala Platinum said that seven employees were working in a shaft at the Rustenburg mine over the weekend.
Samsa still probing oil spill from vessel bunkering operation in Algoa Bay
The South African Maritime Safety Authority (Samsa) said that so far four birds and a penguin that had been contaminated with oil had been captured and were being cared for.
DAFF notes concerns over Shell seismic surveys off SA's coast
The Environment Department said that the two companies had been given the green light under legislation that requires that an environmental assessment be carried out.
Abalone poachers slapped with suspended prison sentence and R100,000 in fines
The pair, Yihang Li and Jan Jacobs, have been ordered to each pay R100,000 into what's called the criminal asset recovery account.
SA making progress with its climate goals, Creecy tells COP26 summit
As the conference in Scotland winds up, Environment Minister Barbara Creecy has given a speech outlining South Africa's expectations and objectives in trying to reverse the climate change crisis.
Dirco, Health Dept probing scuffle between SA medical students and Cuban police
The Health Ministry said that it was working with the relevant authorities to investigate the circumstances which led to the incident at a hostel in Santa Clara.
Eskom eases power cuts to stage 2
South Africans will still have to put up with the powercuts but at the very least it's been downgraded to stage two until 5am on Saturday.
UCT in principle approves proposal for staff, students to be vaccinated by 1 Jan
University of Cape Town (UCT) vice-chancellor Mamokgethi Phakeng said that at a meeting last weekend, the council discussed this 'complex' matter fully, taking into consideration a range of diverse views.
4 EC Sassa officials arrested for fraud amounting to more than R5m
The data capturers were taken into custody by Hawks officers at various locations on Thursday.
More than 30 Seawinds residents hospitalised for suspected food poisoning
Emergency service ER24 said that officials were called to the area late on Wednesday night.
NCC probing conduct of apple juice supplier Elgin Fruit Juice in wake of recalls
The NCC's move follows the recent recall of apple juice by Coca-Cola Beverages, Pioneer Foods and Woolworths.
IN FULL: Ramaphosa releases SIU report into Digital Vibes
President Cyril Ramaphosa received the report in July and subsequently sent notices to all those referred to in the report, giving them an opportunity to object to its publication.
Murder of three women in Khayelitsha prompts high police presence
The women's bodies were discovered on Monday night in the TT Block informal settlement.
'Leave no one behind': SA govt reveals updated climate change policy
The nationally determined contribution (NDC) represents South Africa's contribution to global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change.
Five people killed in Villiersdorp collision
The Western Cape Department of Transport said it appeared an SUV was overtaking another vehicle when it collided with the truck.
EC SAPS hunt suspects linked to murder of Kinkelbos farm owner
The man was shot dead, his wife injured, and his son wounded during a robbery last night their farmhouse.