NPA: Remaining charges against Booysen will be referred to KZN office
Criminal charges, including murder and housebreaking still hung over Johan Booysens and others’ heads, despite the decision to withdraw the racketeering charges.
Cato Manor squad members still face charges after Booysen's reprieve
The NPA also confirmed it would communicate the decision to drop the racketeering charges against former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen and former detectives to the families of the people who were killed in Cato Manor.
As Gauteng schools reopen, uncertainty hangs over torched Katlehong school
The incident enraged Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi who was adamant his department would not use its budget to repair the facility.
Mbalula: Economic burden e-tolls carry cannot be ignored
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula is part of a presidential task team formed to find a solution to the debacle, which has seen outright public defiance of the e-tolling system.
Talks on future of e-tolls hard & robust, says Mbalula
While addressing reporters earlier on Monday, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said the finance minister’s hardened attitude towards the debate was understandable.
SABC ‘continues’ engagements with Ndabeni-Abrahams for bailout
On Sunday, it was reported that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni turned down the public broadcaster’s application for the much needed R3.2 billion government-guaranteed financing.
EFF sets sights on having apartheid law declared unconstitutional
The party says it will approach the Constitutional Court following the Pretoria High Court’s dismissal of the EFF’s application to have the Riotous Assemblies Act repealed in its entirety.
Malema: NPA use of Riotous Act shows ANC is avoiding land debate
The comments come at the back of a Pretoria High Court ruling earlier that dismissed the EFF’s application to have the act declared unconstitutional.
EFF to approach ConCourt to challenge validity of Riotous Assemblies Act
This follows the party’s failed bid in the Pretoria High Court on Thursday to have the Assemblies, as well as the Trespassing Act, declared unconstitutional.
EFF won't vote with other political parties after failed Tshwane bid
In May, Malema said his party would push to have its representative elected mayor of Tshwane as part of the power-sharing agreement even adding that he saw no potential hostility in response to the move.
President Ramaphosa pleased with G20 summit outcomes
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that the world leaders have affirmed their commitment to the implementation of the 2030 agenda for sustainable growth.
Parkview police admit struggling with resources to track down missing man
The police's Sifiso Mabizela said although there were challenges with resources at Parkview Police Station, officers were working hard to crack the case.
SAA acquires new state-of-the-art aircraft in its fleet
The airline said the new Airbus A350-900 aircraft would complement its ultra-long-haul service between Johannesburg and New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport.
G20 summit: World leaders vow to address trade and geopolitical tensions
As more countries get drawn into trade wars that threaten the global economy, the 'Sunday Times' reported President Cyril Ramaphosa has thrown Pretoria’s support behind China as it faces off with the United States.
Nehawu prepares to fight Public Service over planned job cuts
Former KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu, who was appointed to head the department as minister, will have to face the union.
Numsa says right to strike under attack in SA
Numsa has criticised ANC-led government of implementing laws that make it harder for the working class to exercise their constitutional right to strike.
Maphatsoe: ‘Those criticising Mkhwebane have no respect for Constitution’
Maphatsoe has accused Mantashe and other senior ANC leaders who have taken an oath during their ministerial appointments of bias.
NUM calls on govt to investigate after Limpopo mine death
The worker was killed this week at the Tweefontein Shaft during a fall of ground incident.