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.
Dept says outcome of probes into mine deaths pending
The latest mineworker died on duty at Sibanye-Stillwater's Khomanani Driefontein operation this week.
Mining companies urged to prioritise employees' quality of life
Sibanye-Stillwater on Tuesday recorded the sixth death of a miner this month this time at its Driefontein operation.
Parly committee says Sibanye-Stillwater mine deaths 'a national disaster'
Chairperson of the Committee on Mineral Resources, Sahlulele Luzipo, says the company should be placed under curatorship and, if need be, lose its operating licence.
Unions want govt intervention in mining sector after latest worker death
At least 21 mine workers have died on duty at Sibanye Stillwater's operations this year, with the latest death confirmed on Tuesday by the company at Driefontein on the West Rand.
Mines contravening Safety Act should be penalised – Parly committee
The committee has reacted to the death of a worker at Sibanye-Stillwater's Driefontein operation on the West Rand.
NUM calls for amendment of Mining Safety Act after latest mine death
NUM says the mining safety act should be amended so companies like Sibanye-Stillwater, that don’t protect the safety of their workers, can be prosecuted.
Gauteng police hunt cop killers
Police are on the hunt for suspects who killed two of their own in the space of just a few days.
Numsa urges Eskom to assist police in Thembisile Yende murder case
Yende’s body was found at the power utility's East Rand substation last year and her colleague David Ngwenya is accused of killing her.
Malema: Land expropriation will be reality because of EFF
The Economic Freedom Fighters proposed for a section of the Constitution to be amended to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.