Taxi fare increases will be reasonable, says Santaco
Prices have not yet been determined but South Africans have been warned to brace themselves for the increases from June.
Thorisho Themane's murder accused granted bail, but they must relocate
Thorisho Themane was assaulted and left for dead in February in an attack captured on video that was widely circulated online.
SAHRC to probe reports that Alex protests halted schooling
The South African Human Right Commission says if the protests in Alexandra saw children being prevented from going to school, their rights to basic education were violated.
Taxi commuters warned to expect fare increases
Taxi association Santaco says that the increases will come into effect between June and July this year.
Mashaba sympathises with Alex protesters, blames ANC for not keeping promises
The City of Joburg says that it will continue to do all it can to ensure that change is brought to the community.
Thunderstorms, heavy rains expected to pummel SA
The South African Weather Service has warned of extreme weather conditions throughout the country with major thunderstorms and heavy rains.
Minister welcomes suspension of SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona
Ntshona has been placed on precautionary suspension.
Sars hopes new employee wage deal brings stability to institution
The National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) and the Public Servants Association have both accepted a three-year offer which includes an 8% increase for the first year.
Roads barricaded with tyres, rocks as some Alexandra residents protest
Community members have accused the City of Johannesburg of failing to stop the mushrooming of illegal structures in the township.
Nehawu not satisfied with Sars wage deal
The union has accepted a three-year offer which includes an eight percent increase for the first year.
Nehawu accepts Sars wage offer, strike finally ends
The union says after extensive consultations, members in many provinces have given a green light to sign the settlement agreement.
Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona suspended - report
According to Fin24, the SA Tourism board is investigating allegations made against Sisa Ntshona via its anonymous tip-offs reporting mechanism.
2 to appear in court for allegedly hijacking truck, stealing TV sets
It’s understood the pair had been on the run and travelling in cars fitted with blue lights.
PSA members accept Sars wage deal, Nehawu still holding out
The Public Servants Association (PSA), which is the majority union at Sars, has accepted the three-year deal, which sees their members return to their posts.
Gauteng police hunt truck hijacking syndicate
Two members of the gang have already been arrested while others, travelling in cars fitted with blue lights, are still at large.
Sars strike over after agreement reached
Last week, various branches at the tax collection agency were shut down, with employees calling for an 11.4% increase.
Masutha conveys condolences to family of murdered prison official
It's understood the incident took place at the Goedemoed Correctional Services Center in the province, where an inmate forcefully locked himself in a room with two female officers.
Lindiwe Sisulu criticises attacks on foreign nationals in Durban
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says fellow Africans should be welcomed in the country as South African citizens and businesses are well received in other countries within the continent.