Showing posts from May, 2006

Million rands bail for perlemoen smuggler

Farmer and his wife murdered

Jean de Villiers to lead the Boks

DA calls for action against Home Affairs officials

Cape Town council could find stability today

Crucial meeting regarding taxi programme

Court dismisses former Cape Town city manager’s application

Police to patrol trains and railway stations

SAFA dimisses reports about the new coach

Deputy President tells Western editors to stop generalising about Africa

Three in court for train violence

Minister calls on youth to show discipline

New law aimed at protecting children to be tabled

ANC raps its Youth League over the knuckles

Tennis history made in Paris

Soccer World Cup 2010 under the spotlight

Would-be robber falls to his death

Municipal by-elections start next month

Committee hears a report on the Travelgate saga

Police are investigating a murder case

Secrecy surrounds witnesses in Goldin and Bloom murder trial

Minister promotes new site for the world’s largest telescope

Eskom rolls out another energy saving project

World Economic Forum to focus on Africa’s self help

Cold conditions in the Western Cape may lead to more power cuts

Child Protection Week launch on Tuesday

Pretoria to get much improved services

Investigation into baby deaths launched

DRC deportees safely home

Deputy Minister slams Jacob Zuma

Controversy over Bafana coach

Man arrested for rape of two six-year-olds

Zuma walks out of ANC meeting

Culpable homicide charges after horror crash

Family of four murdered

Police are looking for three armed robbery suspects

Schumacher stripped of pole

A girl for Angelina and Brad in Namibia

Horror accident claims 13 lives

The battle between Mbeki and Zuma continues

Cape Town helps protest victims

Premier apologises for baby deaths

Indonesian earthquake death toll rises further

The Crusaders remain the Super 14 champs

West Indies beats India

More problems at Koeberg

No South Africans caught in deadly Indonesian earthquake

SABC’s pulling of Mbeki documentary questioned

Scores dead after Indonesian earthquake

A plea bargain in the Goldin-Bloom murder case

New taxi programme to be announced next week

DRC tones down coup claims

Koeberg breakdown no accident

Arrests made aftr deaths on trains

School principal loses job over languages

Transport workers threaten sympathy strike

Concern over increase in child mortality rate

Fraudulent claims cost the medical industry billions

More Africans opposed to one-man rule

UN says talks about Zim agreement is premature

The Western Cape won’t be dependent on Koeberg much longer

Warrant of arrest for British arson accused withdrawn

Bus accident death toll rises

Mbeki accuses Britain of poaching skilled people

Call to stop Cape Peninsula evictions

Mpumalanga farm labourers get free services

SAAF takes delivery of new aircraft

Karoo bus accident claims six lives

DRC slammed over arrests of SA guards

Security guard shot dead in KZN

Iran tests a missile

Istanbul airport fire under control

South Africans suspected in DRC coup attempt

Gordon’s Bay murder and robbery suspects in court

School children’s march against rape turns violent


Labour minister cannot intervene in security strike

Metrorail considers bringing in Defence Force

South Africans are favourites to win BMW Championship

Mbeki and Blair in bilateral discussions

Arrest warrant issued for Brit accused of starting mountain fire

Another taxi driver wounded in Cape Peninsula

Allan Gray turned on Kebble

Water Allocation Reform programme to only take excess water

More people thrown from trains in Gauteng

Another major setback for Cape Town’s mayor

Leading sports scientist warns that the Boks need a rest

Two elderly people murdered in Cape Peninsula

Reaction to Mbeki's cabinet reshuffle

Bear goes from hero to hunted in a day

South African athletics star banned for doping

Farmer dies after dog attack

Concern over vehicle prices

Heavy rains relieve drought in the Eastern Cape

SACP calls for strike intervention

Satawu justifies violence by security workers

MDC wins key by-election

The latest on Team Shosholoza

Adverse weather experienced over large parts of the country

Mixed support for Zuma as president

Israeli airstrike kills senior Gaza militant

Man arrested for allegedly abducting his nephew

World leaders back Iraq cabinet

The Amakhosi crowned Absa Cup kings

Satawu wage talks deadlocked again

Millions pledged to police leadership training

Guantanamo inmates ambush guards

Semi-finalise of the super 14 today

Survivor SA’s participants almost finalised


Cape Town Mayor threatened

SA National Taxi Council plans to march

Low-performing schools to get support

White landowners urged to share

COSATU General Secretary deported from Zimbabwe

Mgoqi ordered to leave

Solidarity welcomes Mbeki’s comments

Security employers to take a hard line at talks

Police search for gang of four

Ceppwawu to monitor the negotiations between Security Employers and SATAWU

Bafana Bafana on the road to recovery

The Scorpions bring in billions for the state

An accident claims a life near Stellenbosch

Mgoqi’s fate decided today

Power shortages expected in Western Cape next week

Ntini wins SA Cricketer of the Year and Test Cricketer of the Year awards

Cosatu strike could cost SA two billion rands

Police raid casino

ID leader calls for army support

Strike update

Concern about today's planned mass action

Cape Town commuters left stranded

Shocking child rape statistics

A High Court judge sentences a child rapist to 15 years

Cabinet defends Kasrils

Johannesburg launches massive clean-up project

City holds SATAWU accountable for violence

More evidence against Truman Prince

Absa Cup Final tickets sold out

Steps to curb violence at schools

Train commuters stranded due to arson

New housing deal brings hope to thousands

Bad news for people and their retirement plans

Labour union leaders spend night in jail

Striking security guards turn violent in CBD

Stella Sigcau laid to rest

Eskom misses first deadline