Case of Vosloorus man murdered during lockdown patrols postponed
The men are accused of murdering Sibusiso Amos at his home in Vosloorus during lockdown patrols in the area on Sunday.
Ekurhuleni Metro cop, security guard due in court over Vosloorus man's murder
They are alleged to have followed the man all the way home where he was shot several times following an altercation on the street where he is said to have been drinking alcohol with others against lockdown regulations.
Family of Vosloorus man shot dead during lockdown patrol speaks out
The man was killed while running home after police officials allegedly dispersed a group of people at a nearby tavern.
Ekurhuleni metro cop, security guard arrested for murder of Vosloorus man
Ipid shed further light on the bizzare murder of the 41-year-old who was shot on Sunday while standing at his home’s veranda during COVID-19 lockdown enforcement.
Zandspruit residents: 'If COVID-19 comes, we'll die - we are forgotten'
In Zandspruit, an informal settlement west of Johannesburg, residents said everyday life already came down to survival of the fittest, yet in the face of the coronavirus no one amongst them could win.
Despite conditions, Zandspruit residents determined to help curb COVID-19 spread
Congested shacks with pathways filled with litter and flowing sewage make the residents' fight to stem the spread of COVID-19 fruitless.
How some essential services workers in CT, eThekwini & Zandspruit are coping
This was expected to have a detrimental effect on workers who performed essential services and relied on public transport to commute between their homes and places of work.
Unions raise concerns over govt guidelines for essential workers during lockdown
Public service employees and other critical services of government would continue to function during the lockdown, which was enforced in an attempt to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Government revises 0% wage hike for civil servants
A special meeting between labour and government held at the Public Service Bargaining Council on Wednesday saw the state tone down on its earlier proposal to renege on a 2018 wage agreement.
Sarb announces new measures to ensure flow of cash in economy
The interventions include quantitative easing that would see the central bank buy longer-term government securities to increase the money supply and encourage lending and investment.
UIF braces for COVID-19 claims flood
The organisation is responsible for providing relief to eligible employees in times of distress.
UIF receives increased SMME applications for COVID-19 relief
The government promised businesses that they could rely on the UIF’s temporary employer/employee relief scheme, which funds employers facing economic distress.
SANDF instructed to be 'battle ready' for coronavirus
While the final command will come from the president, a classified memo doing the rounds show the military have been ordered to prepare to help combat Covid-19.
Human Rights Day: 60 years on, Sharpeville residents live in hope
While residents had anticipated that on Saturday Sharpeville would come to life as the country commemorates 60 years since the massacre, they tell stories of hope in a time of fear amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Memorialised pain, forgotten future – Sharpeville youth's hunger for development
Six decades since the tragic massacre, the youth of Sharpeville say they feel underrated and forgotten, but guidance and mentoring has allowed them to dream beyond the shackles of their community's past.
Sharpeville residents reflect on disagreements on who organised 1960 march
Although the protests were organised by the PAC, the ANC and some of its leaders have laid claim to the credentials of the march.
Sharpeville Massacre: Tears as survivors recall that day, 60 years later
Eighty-four-year-old Ellen Motshidisi-Mohane's wrinkled hand wiped her eyes time and time again as she recalled the day her life and that of many others changed forever.