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The strike end up in horror accident.

davsdrdav It is alleged that a woman was driving a BMW when she was chased by police at 18...

SGB and parents accusing principal for corruption at Iphutheng Primary scchool

The SGB and parents at Ithuteng primary school are accusing the principal of corruption. They say the principal has been misusing the money of...

SANRAL gets R5.7bn injection

The Transport Department has transferred R5.7 billion in its medium-term budget appropriation to the toll road network of the South African National...

D-DAY FOR PARTIES WISHING TO CONTEST NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS 2019

South Africans will which political parties will be contesting the 8 May national and provincial elections.

Police Committee concerned by allegations of bribery at Westville Police station

The Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police, Francois Beukman, has raised alarm at the allegations that are made by the father...

Another Alex Fire

Shacks in Alexandra Stwetla on fire, more details to come on the causes and those affected.

Gauteng Health in search of 16 Life Esidimeni patients

The Gauteng Health Department has traced five more Life Esidimeni patients, bringing down the number of unaccounted patients to 16.

Vote and have a say in the country’s future

Cabinet has called on all eligible South Africans, especially young first time voters, to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming...

Unknown body found burning next to Madala Hostel in Alexandra

Last night our police responded to a call then they found unknown body burning next...

Black Industrialists projects attract R13.2bn

The 131 projects that have been approved under the Black Industrialists Scheme have resulted in increased investments and job creation.

President commits to advance cause of disabled people

President Cyril Ramaphosa has committed government to joining the disability sector of South Africa on a journey towards the full empowerment of...

Agriculture investment crucial for economic growth

More investment is needed in the South African agricultural sector if it is to reach its full potential, says North West Premier,...

Young technical experts to break barriers in public service

About 93 young graduates in the built environment and engineering fields are to be deployed to municipalities across the country for experiential...

North West health officials placed on suspension

The North West Department of Health has placed four managers on suspension following allegations of mismanagement. “The North West...

Specialised units to be deployed in troubled Mamelodi

Specialised police units will be deployed in Mamelodi in an effort to curb crime, Police Minister Bheki Cele announced on Monday. 

Mkhize condemns abuse under guise of culture

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Minister Zweli Mkhize has condemned human rights abuses meted out in the name of culture and traditional practice.

Tau Stars In Belgium, Former Bucs Striker Nets In France

Percy Tau played a starring as Union Saint-Gilloise thumped Mechelen 5-0 in the Belgian second division. The former Mamelodi...

Onyango’s New Downs Deal Casts Doubt On National Team Future?

Is it a coincidence that Mamelodi Sundowns announced a new four-and-a-half-year deal for goalkeeper Denis Onyango just two days after coach...

Shootout between criminals and police at Alexandra

On the morning of 25 February 2019 Alexandra police units working on intelligence driven operation successfully netted a group of guys whom have long...

Trevor Noah isiXhosa joke

Trevor Noah may have got applause from the audience at the Oscars on Sunday night for his speech about Wakanda, but...

PASTOR LUKAU & THE DEAD MAN RISING: TOO MANY QUESTIONS, NOT ENOUGH ANSWERS

It's a Sunday morning and a healing and deliverance miracle service is on at the Alleluia Ministries International church, north of Joburg,...

Additional flight for SA Express Mthatha route

SA Express will from today onwards add a second frequency flight between its Johannesburg and Mthatha route. “Due to...

SA shines at Wall Street summit

Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Bulelani Magwanishe has showcased South Africa’s Black Industrialists Programme at the 22nd Annual Wall Street Project Economic...

SABC board vacancies to be finalised in March

The Portfolio Committee on Communications has allocated three weeks to complete the process of filling vacancies on the board of the South...

Special Investigations Unit Tribunal appointed

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the establishment of a Special Tribunal to swiftly recover monies and assets lost by state institutions through...

Men, women in uniform to take SANDF into the future

Take the South African National Defence Force into the future -- that’s the message from SANDF Commander-in-Chief President Cyril Ramaphosa to the...

Measures to trim “unsustainable” public sector wage bill by R27bn

Allowing public servants to retire early and reviewing the diplomatic missions staffing structure are some of the measures government will take to...

Growth revised down to 1.5% in 2019

National Treasury has revised down the South African economy’s growth to 1.5% in 2019. In the 2019 Budget Review...

Eskom reconfiguration set in motion

Work is afoot on reconfiguring the South African electricity sector by addressing challenges faced by Eskom, with the board of the first...

Sophie Ndaba ready for her TV comeback on screens

Sophie Lichaba née Ndaba will soon be gracing our screens again as a host for a brand new talk show "Hashtags".

Gauteng eyes mega special economic zone

The Gauteng government will be more aggressive and decisive in pushing their vision of turning the province into a single, multi-tier, mega...

Correctional Services makes alternate catering plans

The Department of Correctional Services says it has urgently set up a war room to work on an in-depth operational plan to facilitate a seamless transition...

Innovate or get left behind, postal sector warned

With technological advancements driving up the demand for improved service, the continent's postal services sector is going to have to come up...

Reliable, secure electricity supply crucial to attract investment

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says a reliable, sustainable, competitive and secure electricity supply sector is crucial to attract investment into Africa.

Adjusted level 2 for SA

Restrictions on movements of people and gatherings have been eased in South Africa following a steady decline in new COVID-19 infections. This was announced by...

Children aged 12 and older can vaccinate

The South African Health Products Authority (SAHPRA) has given the green light for children aged 12 and older to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. According...

No link between covid-19 vaccine and death

No South African has died from the COVID-19 jab, as the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHRPA) continues to investigate the safety of...

Over 73000 grade 1 and 8 applications in Gauteng

The Gauteng Department of Education has confirmed that over 73 000 successful Grade 1 and 8 applications were recorded on day one of the...

Change SASSA SRD payment method

In an effort to address challenges some beneficiaries have experienced in trying to access their Social Relief of Distress R350 grant from the Post...

Zuma out on parole

The Department of Correctional Services has announced that former President Jacob Zuma has been placed on medical parole. In a statement, the department said a...

Deadline for previous cycle R350 grant

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has called on applicants of the Special COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, who did not...

Whistle-blowers not protected

As government’s fight against corruption gathers momentum, it is clear that the state needs to urgently review its current approach not only to witness...

Vaccination milestone in Gauteng

With the vaccination rollout programme in full swing, Gauteng province has reached yet another milepost. According to the Gauteng Health Department, the province has exceeded...

18 and above go get a jab!

Health Minister, Dr Joe Phaahla, has reminded everyone older than 18-years-old that they can now walk in at any vaccination site without having registered...