Joburg EMS to resume search for man presumed drowned in floods
Three people died over the weekend after heavy downpours lashed parts of the province. Among them was an eight-year-old girl.
GED seeks 'spiritual guidance' after latest pupil deaths
The deaths of two more learners over the weekend brought the total number of deaths reported since the start of the 2020 academic calendar to 10.
Search operation continues for man presumed drowned in Gauteng floods
Three people, including an eight-year-old girl, died after the heavy downpours hit parts of Gauteng, leaving hundreds of residents displaced.
Gauteng Education Dept confirms deaths of 2 more pupils in separate cases
It's understood a 17-year-old pupil from the Oosrand Secondary School was assaulted on Saturday by passengers in a taxi.
SAUS calls for extension of universities’ registration deadlines
Student protests flared up across the country this week with calls for a national shutdown at public universities.
Laticia Jansen murder: School principal to report to dept office during probe
The department announced on Tuesday that the headmaster of the school in Germiston on the East Rand had been precautionarily removed.
Satawu to hold urgent meeting with Autopax as workers receive half of salary
Bus drivers were only notified on Friday that they’d receive 50% of their wages on Monday.
Lesufi ‘deeply saddened’ after Laticia Jansen raped, murdered
Laticia Jansen, aged 15, from was murdered in Germiston, east of Johannesburg, while on her way home from the Graceland Education Centre.
Gauteng pupil (15) found stabbed, raped & burned to death in Germiston
The body of 15-year-old Laticia Jansen from Graceland Education Center in Elsburg was discovered by community members in a bush on Friday.
DA adamant it will not leave Maile’s decision unchallenged
The DA confirmed on Saturday it's submitted an urgent application asking the high court to set aside the suspensions of Tshwane Speaker Katlego Mathebe and former Johannesburg Speaker Vasco da Gama.
Autopax employees told to expect only 50% of their salary
The company which operates Translux and City to City buses has been battling cash flow problems and to meet its operational demands.
Maile ready to face off with DA in court over Da Gama, Mathebe suspension
Da Gama has been suspended for the three months without pay over his decision to postpone the vote for a new mayor, and Mathebe for six months following her failure to preside over a council meeting.
DA lodges urgent court bid to set aside Mathebe, Da Gama suspensions
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile announced this week his decision to suspend the pair.
Eskom warns grid constrained, but says there’s low risk of load shedding
Eskom says it's currently using diesel generators to supplement capacity and is in the process of returning some units and replenish emergency reserves.
SAHRC vs Etzebeth: Commission says it can't predict settlement,keeping open mind
The commission laid a complaint with the equality court last year, after Etzebeth was accused of attacking two men at a popular bar in Langebaan
Authorities aim to further reduce mining deaths
Minister Gwede Mantashe released the 2019 occupational health and safety statistics for the mining industry on Friday.
Nzimande: Corruption still one of biggest problems in higher education system
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said the sector made strides by building nine new TVET colleges which were expected to be completed this year.
Lesufi expected to give update on probe into Enock Mpianzi’s death
Panyaza Lesufi has committed to act against the school after the death of Enock Mpianzi at an orientation camp in the North West under questionable circumstances.