SAHRC to open case against KZN businessman who called President Ramaphosa K-word
Kessie Nair was caught on video using the epithet, saying that the president should be charged with fraud and treason.
Kessie Nair says calling president K-word is not a criminal act
In a video that went viral, Kessie Nair says President Cyril Ramaphosa has defrauded the country, blaming him for crime, violence and poor healthcare.
Comic Con Africa exceeded our expectations, say organisers
Thousands attended the sold-out display of comic books, science fiction, and fantasy films. Approximately 18 000 people were expected on each day.
Motsoaledi: Gauteng needs more hospitals, health practitioners
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi was speaking after the death of six babies from a Klebsiella outbreak at the Thelle Mogoerane Hospital in Vosloorus.
Newborns to be moved from Thelle Mogoerane Hospital after 6 deaths
It’s understood the outbreak started in July and has already claimed the lives of at least six newborns at the hospital.
DA considers legal options to force Mahlangu to cough up Esidimeni damages
Earlier this year former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke led an arbitration hearing that recommended that R159 million be paid out to the families of the victims.
2 suspects arrested after robbery at The Buzz Shopping Centre
Police say they managed to arrest two of robbers while the other suspects are still at large.
Solidarity says Sasol plant in Sasolburg run illegally
Trade union Solidarity says the company deployed staff that do not have the necessary clearances and certifications to work on there.
Police search for girl (4) after KZN hijacking
Police say the girl's father was forced out of the car and the men sped off with his daughter still inside.
DStv Delicious festival to celebrate power of women
The event which is taking place on 22 and 23 September will be having the Womandla stage line-up as its main stage offering, featuring powerful performances by leading women.
Sama condemns reported torture of detainees in Uganda
The SA Medical Association has called the reports appalling and disappointing since Uganda is one of only 10 countries with anti-torture legislation.
North West University to launch Mahikeng astronomy telescope
Science and Technology Minister Mmmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubani will launch the Mahikeng astronomy telescope on Friday.
JMPD deployed to calm situation at Pikitup Selby depot after protest
The waste management services company has been confronted by job seekers demanding employment.
NSFAS receives over 5,000 funding applications for 2019
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has come under fire recently after it confirmed it was dealing with a payment backlog from 2017 and early this year.
Metrorail working hard to ensure operations run smoothly in wake of Selby crash
The agency says human error might have caused the accident but full details will emerge from an investigation that is now underway.
Somali Board of SA: Accusations against foreign shop owners a smear campaign
The Somali Community Board says tests by the Health Department at more than 400 shops in Gauteng found no expired goods but admits it can't rule out isolated cases in Ekurhuleni.
Metrorail re-opens line after Selby train crash
Metrorail’s Lilian Mofokeng says the manual system is being used because they are currently upgrading their signalling system.
SA Union of Students calls for charges against Mcebo Dlamini to be dropped
The union says Dlamini is a social activist and was fighting for a genuine course of free education.