Metrobus commuters likely to be left in the lurch as drivers go on strike today
Commuters using the Johannesburg bus service may have to find alternative transport following the Democratic Municipal and Allied Workers Union of South Africa (Demawusa)'s announcement of an indefinite strike.
Naptosa: Government not adequately addressing COVID-19 safety in schools
The Basic Education Department has assured South Africans that measures have been put in place to address the potential spread of COVID-19 in schools.
SABC denies claims its unable to pay salaries
According to Times Live the state-owned broadcaster failed to pay last month's salaries due to financial difficulties.
Basic education dept ‘mulling over’ idea of full-time teaching
The department said this may be on the cards in the second term due to the severe learning disruptions suffered as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Metrobus strike: Jhb residents urged to make alternative transport plans
With public schools reopening for the second term tomorrow, Metrobus spokesperson Goodwill Shiburi said commuters should prepare for major disruptions.
Work to save SAA has only begun, says public enterprises dept
The department welcomed the announcement by SAA business rescue practitioners that the airline is no longer under business rescue.
Contralesa calls on Zulu nation to unite after passing of queen
Queen Mantfombi Madlamini Zulu's death comes a month after she was appointed regent in accordance with the wishes of her late husband, King Goodwill Zwelithini.
Lindani Myeni: KZN govt slams US govt for continued killing of black people
KZN Social Development MEC Nonhlanhla Khoza said the US and world leaders have failed in addressing the violence and brutality suffered by black people at the hands of police.
US failed to protect Lindani Myeni, says KZN govt
Lindani Myeni's body has arrived in South Africa from the US, where he was shot and killed by police in Hawaii.
Virgin Active cyber attack results in freeze of online systems
The health club says it has been targeted by sophisticated cybercriminals.
Cold snap set to persist in most parts of SA
Gauteng, the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and parts of the Eastern Cape have experienced a significant drop in temperatures.
Honolulu police release 911 call made before Lindani Myeni's shooting
In the emergency call, a woman reports that a man had entered her home - she initially sounds relatively calm but as the call progresses, she gets more distraught and frantic.
SAA business rescue comes to an end
It's understood South African Airways has now been handed back to the executives and the board.
Joburg Mayor confirms receipt by City of SIU report on financial misconduct
This comes after the Special Investigating Unit found that five senior employees of the Joburg Property Company, including its chief executive and chief financial officer, may be guilty of financial misconduct in the awarding of contracts to provide deep-cleaning and sanitisation services.
Human Settlements Dept commits itself to eliminating housing crisis in Tembisa
Community members on Thursday said criminals were selling the government subsidised houses to unsuspecting and desperate families for up R80,000 - with the help of councillors and housing officials.
Lindani Myeni’s remains expected to arrive in SA on Saturday
The KwaZulu-Natal-born former rugby player from Empangeni was shot dead by Honolulu police on the island state of Hawaii, two weeks ago.
Teen accused of assaulting Lufuno Mavhunga granted bail
The teenager from Mbilwi Secondary School in Limpopo appeared in the children's court for a formal bail application.
Tembisa residents lift the lid on land, RDP houses corruption
During a meeting on Thursday, community leaders said residents in areas like Clayville had been on the housing list since before 1996.