[MY TAKE] The language used around racism
Tebogo Tshwane says a talking point at the SA Book Fair was the difficulty that comes with talking about what racism means among black people.
Video shows Gauteng woman fighting off armed robbers
In the video circulating on social media, two men can be seen jumping out of a car and wrestling the woman to the ground to apparently to steal her handbag.
7 injured in apparent chemical leak in Alberton
It’s understood they were working on a tanker when an un-named gas started leaking from the container on Tuesday morning.
Four arrested in Glebelands hostel raid
Four men have been arrested at the Glebelands hostel for murder, business robbery and possession of unlicensed firearms.
Ipid office closed in JHB CBD amid power cuts
Ipid's Moses Dlamini says in the meantime they've moved their staff to the Gauteng district offices in Tshwane.
2 arrested at OR Tambo Airport for drugs, rhino horns
At the weekend, police discovered about R5 million worth of cocaine in a passenger’s luggage.
Joburg CBD set for another day without power
Large parts of the city centre have been without power since last weekend when copper thieves gained access to an underground tunnel and burnt cables before cutting kilometres of the metal.
Uber urges police to act tough on those behind Sandton attacks
Uber says its drivers are fed up with the constant intimidation and violence that they have faced from metered taxi drivers.
Taxi services at Gautrain stations may be suspended if violence continues
MEC Ismail Vadi has condemned the arson and violence that played out in Sandton on Thursday night where two Uber vehicles were torched allegedly by metered taxi drivers.
Uber distances itself from Sandton violence
Uber drivers attacked metered taxis with rocks after an Uber vehicle was torched allegedly by metered taxi drivers.
GP ANC calls on taxi drivers to put commuters' safety first
The provincial party says Thursday night’s violent clashes between the two groups are good for the province.
Maswanganyi denounces violence between Uber, metered taxi drivers
Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi has reminded all drivers of a decision taken by government last month that all public transport operators, including those registered with Uber, must abide by the National Transport Act.
City Power warns of delays in power restoration
Business in the city have complained about how they can't afford to have an extended blackout as the outage has cost them millions of rands in income.
WSU student mistakenly given R14 million to face legal action
The mistake was revealed when a receipt and photos of the woman's spending spree went viral.
Nsfas wants university to urgently recoup R14m deposit
The Walter Sisulu University is investigating how the money was paid into the student’s account, through a company that administers Nsas funds.
Party time: University mistakenly deposits R14m into student's account
The matter came to light when the student's receipt with a multimillion rand balance was posted on social media and quickly went viral.
Free higher education on the cards for SA?
The Fees Commission is set to submit its final report on the possibility of free education to President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday.
KZN education dept to continue acting against teachers caning pupils
Deputy principal of Okumhlope Secondary School in Umlazi was suspended after a video of her caning a female learner went viral.