Ramaphosa kicks off Thuma Mina campaign in KZN
President Ramaphosa is accompanied by provincial and regional leaders, as well as some members of the national executive committee.
Zuma’s son to be laid to rest
He was the youngest of Jacob Zuma's children with his late wife Kate, who died in the year 2000.
NUM calls for document legally binding mines on safety, health
Sibanye-Stillwater signed a safety pledge with organised labour and the government to reduce the number of fatalities at its operations.
Samwu founding president Petrus Mashishi has died
The union says Mashishi passed away at his home in Johannesburg earlier on Wednesday.
Sassa head vows to clear backlog at grant pay points
Acting CEO Abraham Mahlangu has told Parliament's Social Development Committee the agency has a handle on the technical problems that have affected grants being paid.
1 killed, 12 injured after taxi crashes into tree in Vanderbijlpark
Paramedics say the woman was declared dead after succumbing to her injuries on Hertz Boulevard.
City of Ekurhuleni warns road users of veld fires
The city says lives have been lost in the past due to cars piling up on the freeways as a result of these fires.
‘Prices keep going up, but salaries aren't increasing'
The fuel hike is just one of the many increases that consumers face, municipal rates have gone up and food will eventually increase in the coming months.
Sassa beneficiaries could wait at least 3 days to access grants
The glitch led to some people returning empty-handed from pay points and ATMs on Monday.
Acting Sassa CEO says sorry to beneficiaries over ‘systems failure’
It’s been a frustrating day for many of South Africa's most vulnerable citizens, who’ve been unable to access their funds.
Banking Association to meet with Sassa over Finbond concerns
Beneficiaries have been urged to apply for new cards as the existing ones will be phased out at the end of September.
Sassa attending to glitches in new payment cards
The new cards will enable recipients to withdraw money at selected Post Offices, Sassa pay points and Sassa offices.
Masutha in stable condition after collapse at Mashamba’s funeral
Spokesperson Mukoni Ratshitanga says his team will keep the country informed about developments to Masutha’s condition.
Last day for land expropriation sessions in Limpopo
Public hearings have already taken place in other parts of the province as well as the Northern Cape this week.
Sapu calls for inquiry into Khehla Sitole’s fitness to hold office
The union says there are signs showing Sitole will sink the ship at the police service.
KZN woman fined, sentenced to community service for racist remarks
It's understood Stephanie Odendaal made offensive comments on Facebook late last year about Pamela MacDougall's choice to marry a man of a different race.
Gauteng police commissioner De Lange stays
Last week, De Lange said she'd been asked by National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole to step down.
2 arrested after Diepsloot Taxi Rank shooting
It's understood the crime is linked to a route dispute between rival taxi associations.