Business Unity SA congratulates justice cluster for ensuring credible elections
Over 17 million South Africans went to the polls to vote in the country's sixth democratic election on Wednesday, some bracing inclement weather conditions.
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.
IEC to brief SA on 2019 election results
While the ANC won the 6th general elections with a comfortable majority, this was the party’s worst performance since the first free election in 1994.
Election contest not about filling seats in Parliament - ACDP
ACDP members have formed a human chain in Johannesburg as part of its election campaign ahead of a May Day rally on Wednesday.
ANC confident of winning outright majority in Gauteng
The party said it contracted independent researchers who have predicted that it will enjoy an increase in votes during this year’s election.
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.
KZN govt says unable to cope with impact of damage caused by floods
KZN has approached national government requesting that it declares the situation in the province a national disaster.
SA records 22% increase in cyber-attacks in first quarter of 2019
Global cyber security company Kaspersky Lab said on average, over 13,000 attempted cyber-attacks occur in South Africa every day.
We’ve made progress in righting the wrongs of the past - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa also paid tribute to those who died in recent floods in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal in his Freedom Day address.
Nzimande thanks motorists for helping to decrease Easter road deaths
Preliminary figures show that KwaZulu-Natal recorded the most deaths with 13, followed by Gauteng with 11.
Bodies of 2 children found in a ditch in White River
It is understood the children, aged six and seven, did not return home from school earlier this week.
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.
5 people die in separate accidents in Mpumalanga
Three people died after a car they were travelling in collided with another vehicle on the R40 between Bushbuckridge and Acornhoek on Friday night.
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.