Dudu Myeni a no-show again in court
The matter was expected to begin on Monday but Judge Ronel Tolmay rolled it over, because Dudu Myeni failed to show up.
Limited schooling after pupil stabbed to death at Sebokeng school
A grade nine pupil was stabbed with a pair of scissors by a schoolmate on Monday. A pupil has been arrested after the stabbing.
Court reserves judgment in Janusz Walus parole review matter
Lawyers representing the convicted murderer have asked the High Court in Pretoria to set aside then Justice Minister Michael Masutha's decision to deny Walus parole.
Court grants interdict halting Numsa’s planned Air Chefs strike
The union had threated to go on strike over the withdrawal of anniversary bonuses by management.
Vaal pupil dies after being stabbed, allegedly by fellow pupil
It's understood the pupil was stabbed by a school mate with a pair of scissors at the Thuto-Tiro Comprehensive School in Sebokeng.
Outa battle to have Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director heads to court
The organisation said Dudu Myeni’s conduct during her tenure from December 2012 to October 2017 put the organisation under distress, losing billions under her leadership.
SAA lays criminal complaints over ‘questionable tenders’ for aircraft parts
The national carrier has launched an investigation into whether the airline was supplied with dodgy parts that failed to meet industry standards.
'We demand equal salaries & benefits': Strike continues at UJ
Workers have been picketing at the University of Johannesburg's main entrances, calling for equal pay and benefits since Friday.
SAA confirms probe of being supplied with dodgy aircraft parts under way
The national carrier said the probe was launched after it received information that some individuals, including senior executives, were involved in acts of criminality.
Numsa: UJ strike to force management to engage over equal pay, benefits
The union said at the heart of the wage dispute is the university's violation of the principle regarding how the institution remunerates its lowest-paid workers.
Tax ombud says office should be independent from Sars
The office said more than 99% of its recommendations were implemented by the revenue collector, but the payment of refunds remained an ongoing issue.
Corruption Watch hopes CPS, Sassa ruling sends a strong message to the 'corrupt'
The court ordered CPS to pay R316 million back to Sassa after the money was wrongfully paid to the company in 2014.
Corruption Watch feels ‘vindicated’ by CPS, Sassa court judgment
The court has ordered CPS to pay R316 million back to Sassa.
CPS loses appeal bid over R316m Sassa payment
CPS approached the Supreme Court of Appeal to challenge the ruling handed down by the High Court in Pretoria.
Cosatu, Sasbo vow banking sector strike will happen
Trade union federation Cosatu and banking union Sasbo will be appealing Thursday's ruling granting an interdict against a nationwide strike in the sector.
Cosatu, Sasbo to lodge urgent appeal after bank sector strike ruling
Workers in the banking sector were angry at looming job losses brought by increasing reliance on technology.
Acting Ekurhuleni mayor vows to root out ‘rotten potatoes’ in EMPD
Lesiba Mpya said individuals who tainted the image of the city should be removed.
Acting Ekurhuleni Mayor Mpya 'disappointed' with conduct of drunk metro cop
A video that has been widely circulated shows the heavily intoxicated, slurring metro police officer staggering as he argued with bystanders.