Showing posts from May, 2011

Congress of the People appoints its first mayor

Investigation begins into attempted Boeremag escape

Buthelezi not surprised by the ANC-NFP coalition

South African ambassador found guilty of hate speech

Another suspected police killer arrested by the Hawks

SA economy slowly recovering from recession

Police team to quell violence in North West village

Four arrested for stealing state medicine in Eastern Cape

Zuma says Gaddafi is ready for truce

President Jacob Zuma in Libya for talks

Cosatu calls for investigation into Aurora and its liquidators

Zille announces Western Cape cabinet reshuffle

Experts says tougher laws won’t protect police

A collision leaves five people injured

All eyes on Zuma’s meeting with Gaddafi

Shabir Shaik beaten up at golf course

Eight suspected rhino poachers behind bars

Cele urges police to defend themselves decisively

Mining union says good riddance to Aurora

Cape housing project halted for fraud probe

Home Affairs cracking down on fraud

Prasa’s train collision pay-out labelled a ploy

Two slain Kraaifontein police laid to rest

More police members wounded

Loss of minority votes troubles Zuma

Eight people died in two separate accidents

Right2Knows calls for Protection of Information Bill to be scrapped

Man appears in court over Kraaifontein police killings

Eastern Cape ANC leader refuses to work with newspaper

Gauteng’s toll roads bill to possibly cost 14-billion-Rands

Zwelinzima Vavi warns of uprising against unemployment

DA states Manuel is right for the IMF job

Kraaifontein police killing fraudsters

Newly appointed head of the SASSA vows to improve service to social grant beneficiaries

Anton Hammerl’s family ask President Jacob Zuma for help

South Africa chooses service delivery over the Olympic Games

Rising concern over police murders

12-billion-Rands needed to repair roads in the North West

Mbalula recovering after collapsing at a meeting

Missing Adult: Derick Wilks

South Africans urged to intervene in Africa

Secrecy bill expected to be pushed through Parliament

A teenager critically injured in a rugby match

Jub Jub murder trial postponed due to technical issues

Rising water table causing flooding in Johannesburg roads

18-year-old eyewitness testifies in Jub Jub murder trial

Afrikanerbond getting impatient about its Malema hate speech case

Nine-thousand North West mineworkers to lose their jobs

A mother recovers in hospital after losing her husband and two kids

The murders of a two-year-old girl have been arrested

Water prices set to rise

Questions on who’s taking over top position at the IMF

Motata could retire on full judge’s salary

A Ncgobo hospital to receive a upgrade

ANC members want councilors of their choice

Sanef reacts to Herald incitement

Trevor Manuel tipped to lead the International Monetary Fund

43 people arrested in Cape Town over the weekend

A number of people questioned about police murders

Two road accidents claim 14 lives

Police killings on the increase

Maccassar mother Shamiela Stanley to appear in court today

Free State boy’s miraculous escape after an electric shock

Shooting of policemen has reached crisis proportions

Two Cape Town policemen gunned down in cold blood

Nearly 60-percent of registered voters made their crosses

At least six people die in road accidents

Vote counting process completed

Outrage grows over Hammerl’s killing

De Lille confirmed as Cape Town mayor

Tatane police accused granted bail

Patricia de Lille the new Cape Town mayor

Recounting of votes in Khayelitsha not yet finalised

IEC recounting votes at several Cape Town polling stations

Government says Libya lied about Hammerl

Hiccup at the final hurdle of the voter tally

Suspected rhino killer shot dead in the Kruger National Park

Soweto train crash leaves hundreds injured

Election results paint worrying picture for ANC

ANC wins the Johannesburg metro

90 percent of votes counted already

A high possibility of results to be released by tonight

Dubula ibhunu declared provocation to murder

ANC streaks ahead

Political analyst surprised by the level of hostility towards the vote

Election results trickle in slowly

Pravin Gordhan says IMF should appoint a managing director from a developing country

IEC official under investigation for trying to influence voters

Results expected as early as midnight today

Voters upset by Blade Nzimande special treatment at voting stations

High police presence in Swartklip Mitchell’s Plain

Several problems reported to the IEC today

Home Affairs Offices opened across the country today

South Africans choose their councillors

Farmers responsible for half of the country’s electricity theft

International interest in SA’s local polls

IEC says they are ready for tomorrow’s municipal elections

Countrywide investigation into sanitation services

Voting begins in the 2011 local government elections

Cosatu and NUM calling for an investigation into the death of Pullman Dlamini

Public urged to collect their ID's

Mitchells Plain land invasion turns violent (WARNING Explicit language and visuals)

Dog fighting ring bust in Plettenberg Bay

Zuma says fraudulent candidates will be removed

Police constable wounded during a robbery in Mitchells Plain

23 arrested for drunk driving

Malema rejects “a smiling president”

Body of a 75 year old man found in Pinelands

South Africans should vote for the values they believe in says Pieter Mulder

Zuma promises electricity for all

Politicians wrap up election campaigns

Fraud investigators to swoop on Ehurhuleni

Politicians wrap up election campaigns

Half a million worth of worth of historic East-Asian porcelain stolen in Pretoria

Threats against foreigners in Gauteng

Missing alert

Court to rule on ANC appeal against ban on controversial song

Johannesburg billing crisis slowly being resolved

Thousands of police deployed for polls

One of South Africa’s most wanted criminals arrested

Toilet wars become an election feature

Youth League accuses Zuma of isolating Malema

Education Dept. issues stern warning to Delft learners ahead of march

The fight for the Western Cape (Part 4)

Allegations of inadequate training at SAA dismissed

Seasoned journo will be sorely missed- Communications Chairperson

Politicians get personal

One pupil still in hospital after eating expired gum

Medupi project on hold

200 learners admitted to hospital after eating an expired chewing gum

ANC does toilet damage control

Sheryl Cwele given special leave from her KwaZulu-Natal municipality job

Why are young people voting in the Western Cape?

MEC Donald Grant concerned about latecomers at school

Staff evacuated at Medupi power station

Eugene Terre’Blanche murder trial postponed to October