Lesufi: Private companies assisting Soweto school with supply of clean water
Lesufi has reacted to an Eyewitness News expose showing that 1,400 pupils and staff at the school still don't have access to proper drinking water, six years after promises were made.
Sactwu: 5.5% wage agreement ‘fair’ as employers suffered COVID blow
Union members in the woven cotton textile sub-sector reached an agreement this week, granting them a 5.5% wage increase. About 8,000 textile workers employed by 72 companies nationwide are set to benefit.
Sactwu reaches wage agreement for workers in woven cotton textile industry
Earlier this week it was agreed that workers in the woven cotton textile sub-sector will receive a 5.5% wage increase, backdated from 1 March.
DUT extends online registration deadline to 16 April
The institution has also confirmed that online learning for new students will start next week Monday.
‘A beacon of light who gave endlessly’ - Dr Sindi van Zyl remembered
The Van Zyl family confirmed the much-loved doctor passed away on Saturday morning at a Johannesburg hospital. She was 45 years old.
Maile visits Tshwane family whose home was unlawfully destroyed by Red Ants
The Mhlala family was left homeless in 2017 when the City of Tshwane ordered that the property in Atteridgeville be destroyed.
Dr Sindi van Zyl passes away aged 45
In a statement, van Zyl’s family said she died on the morning of Saturday 10 April 2021 at a Johannesburg hospital.
UPDATE: Richard Mdluli's bid to have judge recuse himself unsuccessful
Mdluli and two of his co-accused are facing charges of fraud, theft, and corruption for looting the Crime Intelligence's secret slush secret fund.
Chief Justice Mogoeng lodges appeal against JSC over his Israel comments
In his appeal application, Mogoeng said that the decision made by Judge Phineas Mojapelo was flawed and disturbingly superficial.
SAA flight deployed to get J&J vaccines almost stalled mid-air, BRPs confirm
Crew members reportedly miscalculated the takeoff weight of the plane during departure from Johannesburg last month.
Mabuza apologises to Sebokeng residents for delayed action on sewage problems
Mabuza was joined by Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and some Gauteng MECs on a site visit to the contaminated area on Tuesday to assess the progress at the Sebokeng Waste Water Treatment Facility.
Chief Justice Mogoeng declines to meet Africa4Palestine over Israel comments
During a webinar last year hosted by the 'Jerusalem Post', Mogoeng quoted from the Bible, saying that he was praying for Israel and pledged his love for the country.
Ramaphosa: Tanzania's Magufuli played vital role in helping SA defeat apartheid
President Cyril Ramaphosa has paid tribute to the late Tanzanian President John Magufuli at his funeral in Dodoma.
AfriForum applies to cross-examine Ramphosa at Zondo Inquiry on ANC cadre policy
The group said that President Cyril Ramaphosa headed the cadre deployment committee from 2013 and 2016 therefore he should answer how some individuals accused of corruption were appointed in key positions.
SA records over 300 new COVID-19 related deaths
There have been 1,462 new cases were recorded in the same 24 hours, bringing the number of infections to more than 1,535,000 cases.
Mantashe: First power connection from private suppliers expected in Aug 2022
The minerals and energy minister announced on Thursday the first eight successful bidders to provide emergency electricity and help prop up the country's ailing power supply.
Eskom to ramp up load shedding to stage 2 from 9pm tonight
The utility had reduced the stage of the planned power cuts on Tuesday due to improvements to the power grid but, it said that there had been further breakdowns at some power stations.
Ntumba was a devoted family man, say colleagues at memorial service
The married father of three worked as a town planner at the Tshwane Metro Human Settlements Department.