Tshwane pupil shot, wounded during educational tour
It’s understood a group of pupils were travelling back from an educational tour on Monday when they were approached by robbers in Mamelodi while disembarking from their bus.
Mogoeng to officially receive list of MPs, MPLs
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng will hand over the National Assembly list to the acting secretary to Parliament in preparation for the first sitting.
IEC declares 2019 SA elections free and fair
Chief electoral officer Sy Mamabolo officially announced the results at the operations centre in Tshwane on Saturday evening.
SA consumers warned of knock-on effects from latest fuel price increase
Chief economist at the Efficient Group Dawie Roodt said the economic situation in the country was about to get difficult.
Numsa wants reasons for court granting Comair strike interdict
Numsa said that it wants reasons from the Labour Court for the strike interdict so that it can make decisions on its next move.
City of Joburg condemns vandalism of Rea Vaya station
It’s understood community members damaged the Bosmont bus station during a service delivery protest on Sunday.
Comair, Numsa fail to reach wage settlement
The airline and union have been engaged in talks after the Labour Court reserved judgement on Thursday and stopped Numsa from striking.
Judgment reserved in Comair’s attempt to halt Numsa strike
Earlier this week, the airline applied for a court interdict after metal workers union National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa served a notice to strike.
Duo accused of fraud in coffin resurrection matter in bail bid
Two women accused of fraud in the case relating to the resurrection of a man will apply for bail in the Johannesburg Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Comair puts contingency plans in place after Numsa strike notice
The union has issued the airline with a 48-hour strike notice after negotiations about pay disparities deadlocked last month.
Women arrested over Lukau coffin 'resurrection' to apply for bail
It is understood the pair first appeared in court last month on fraud charges and have been in custody since then.
Zungu: BBC, Busa committed to rebuilding public trust in business, govt
The organisations met last week to discuss the burning issues affecting business in the country.
SAHRC to intervene in 4-month long Amcu strike at Sibanye-Stillwater mines
Fifteen thousand miners affiliated to the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union downed tools at Sibanye's gold operations in November after rejecting the company's wage offer.
Cops hunt gunmen after Bryanston man killed in apparent hit
The motive for the murder was unknown, said the police's Mavela Masondo.
Toddler drowns after mom falls into uMkhomazi River
Paramedics say the mother was holding her two children while crossing the river on Tuesday morning.
Nelspruit man arrested with mortar bomb appears in court
The man allegedly offered to add a mortar bomb to jewellery he was selling in exchange for R150,000 in cash from an undercover officer.
Mpumalanga Transport Dept concerned about spike in road accident deaths
In the latest incident, two passengers were killed when the delivery vehicle they were travelling in overturned near Standerton.
Taxi commuters warned to expect fare increases
Taxi association Santaco says that the increases will come into effect between June and July this year.