Talks between SAA and striking unions collapse
Numsa and the Sacca have warned they will intensify the strike across all SAA departments.
Striking SAA workers to get mediation feedback from unions
On day three of the strike Numsa and Sacca will also brief media they met with SAA management on Saturday for further negotiations under the facilitation of the CMMA.
No Gautrain services in Pretoria due to two-day maintenance work
Gautrain says a bus replacement service will operate between affected stations, for free, on Saturday and Sunday.
King Sigcawu's family to meet to discuss funeral arrangements
King Sigcawu died at the Nelson Mandela academic hospital in Mthatha on Thursday following ill health.
Survey: Africa among most hostile regions for LGBTQ community
On Thursday, a report released by the Institute for Race Relations revealed that some countries on the continent are still oppressive towards this marginalised group.
SAA flights cancelled until Monday
Scores of travellers have been standing in a queue for hours to get assistance from some employees who decided to show up for work on Friday.
General workers at ORTIA hoping SAA strike leads to permanent employment
One man, who worked as a porter, said that all he wanted was a stable job.
Man accused of plotting to assassinate Popcru senior execs to apply for bail
The police said the suspect was arrested in Kempton Park last week after he was allegedly instructed by other Popcru officials to hire an assassin to carry out the acts.
Malawi & Zambia still the most hostile countries for LGBTQ people: IRR
On Thursday, A report by the Institute of Race Relations revealed that some countries were still oppressive towards marginalised groups.
Passengers left frustrated as SAA strike grounds operations
It's been quite a desperate situation at OR Tambo International Airport for many travellers, some of whom had no back-up plans.
Hawks hunt Popcru members over kidnapping, murder plot
Popcru’s CEO Zwelinkosi Mdletshe and Robert Sherriff are wanted for alleged embezzlement of funds from the union’s investment group of companies.
NGOs implicated in Esidimeni deaths to appear before SIU Tribunal
The NGOs were found to be ill-equipped to look after the psychiatric patients who died during transfers across the province in 2016.
Contralesa sends condolences after AmaXhosa King Sigcawu died
The king died in the early hours of Thursday morning at the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital in Mthatha due to ill health.
Eskom says money put aside for maintenance of power plants
Eskom's Dikatso Mothae said that there was a plan to resolve poor power station maintenance.
Union threatens SAA shut down over plan to cut jobs
SAA has indicated that it planned to get rid of almost a fifth of its workforce through a restructuring process.
Mkhwebane, Sars set for court battle over Zuma tax information
In the latest battle, Public Protector Mkwebane has filed a notice to oppose Kieswetter's court bid to stop her from obtaining former President Jacob Zuma's personal tax affairs.
‘Technical issues’ cited as extradition treaty between SA, UAE delayed
South Africa approached the UAE and India for mutual legal assistance to have the controversial members of the Gutpa family extradited to face state capture allegations here on home soil.
Mkhwebane to oppose Sars legal bid over Zuma’s tax information
Last month, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane issued a subpoena in a bid to obtain Zuma’s tax info.