Nehawu picket at University of Pretoria over salary increases
The union has threatened to go on a full scale strike should the university refuse to compromise.
Police confirm Zuma's chief protector has valid matric certificate
The South African Qualifications Authority was asked to verify the claims and found the qualification was in fact valid.
Disgruntled Finetown residents take to the streets, again
Motorists have been urged to avoid the Golden Highway after residents restarted protests over land.
Motsoeneng supporters demand answers from SABC board
The Citizens Action Campaign marched to Auckland Park on Thursday, demanding the removal of the interim board.
Gangsterism, substance abuse top issues for West Rand safety summit
The summit is to tackle various issues from gangsterism to substance abuse among others social ills.
Truck driver killed in Bronkhorstspruit crash to be buried over the weekend
At least 20 people died last Friday when the taxi transporting the pupils home from school collided with the truck on Groblersdal Road.
Organisations continue to hail judgement to set aside govt’s nuclear plans
Energy expert Chris Yelland says this shows that government has been pursuing nuclear power in haste.
Two people found dead at scrapyard in Crystal Park
It’s understood the shop owner’s son found his father and one of his employees dead on Wednesday.
Govt & Klipspruit residents in talks over school renovation project
Last week, the community embarked on a protest, complaining that the contractors involved in the project employed only a small group of locals.
Santaco probes spate of killings in taxi industry
In the latest incident, a member of the Randburg Taxi Association was shot dead in Braamfontein on Monday.
16 schoolchildren hospitalised after minibus overturns in Durban
Paramedics say the driver lost control of the vehicle in Reservoir Hills on Tuesday.
Eskom to comply with Treasury recommendations over Tegeta contracts
Treasury has reportedly blocked the power utility from expanding two coal supply contracts that would have seen the Gupta-owned company charging millions more.
Public Works officials to face disciplinary action over Nkandla upgrades
The employees are accused of having not followed proper procedure in the appointment of contractors.
President Jacob Zuma announces official funeral for Philip Kgosana
Kgosana, who was a freedom fighter and a former councillor in Tshwane, died last week.
Mantashe: Only way to honour Chris Hani is to fight factionalism
Mantashe says the only way to honour former SACP leader Chris Hani is to fight factionalism and divisions within the tripartite alliance.
Mantashe denies criticising SACP, says ANC needs united alliance partners
ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe says the SACP has a responsibility to raise issues in platforms set by the tripartite alliance.
Zuma extends condolences to Nick Durandt’s family
The prolific boxer died in a car accident near Clarens in the Free State on Friday.
Mantashe: Divisions in tripartite alliance will cost ANC in next election
Mantashe spoke at a Chris Hani memorial lecture in the North West, organised by the Young Communist League as part of the ANC's political education programme.