Showing posts from August, 2011

Police study footage of Youth League violence

Drastic action after spate of bus and taxi fatalities

Roads around Luthuli House cordoned off again

Another fatal bus crash

ANC not intimidated by protests

Western Cape MEC for Agriculture takes action about a Human Rights Watch report.

Students protesters brought to Luthuli House against their will

Teaching disrupted at Cosmo City Secondary School

Police member wounded in Youth League protest

ANC Youth League refuses to accept responsibility for riot

Great White Shark warning issued along False Bay coastline

T-shirts with Zuma’s image set alight

DA insists on scrutiny of Zuma’s family’s deals

Malema’s political future in the balance

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development commends legal practitioners in the Western Cape

ANC Youth League calls for restraint by protesting members

SA Local Government Association refuses to budge on municipal wage offer

Top Pretoria advocates face disbarment

Police member and suspect shot dead in Eastern Cape

Tension rises as Youth League hearing looms

Tutu invites Dalai Lama to birthday bash

Confusion over trashing of Sun City hotel room

Johannesburg prepares for Youth League protests

ANC Youth League members called to come out in numbers

An accident has claimed the lives of three people

Muammar Gaddafi believed to have fled Libya

Doctors’ associations warn against fake doctors

Estate Agency Affairs Board chairperson investigated

Western powers attacked

New wage offer made by Telkom

Libyan rebels not recognised as the new government by the AU

Malema vows to stay loyal to the ANC

Criminal Procedure Amendment Bill under inspection

Unlicensed driver caught with 17 kids in un-roadworthy car

Death toll rises in Abuja suicide blast

ANC slams Cosatu for attack on Gordhan

Public office bearers may get 5% hike

Derby-Lewis denied parole

Unfrozen Libyan funds earmarked for humanitarian relief

Eastern Cape public servants barred from government contracts

Efforts to boost land redistribution

South Africa wants inclusive government in Libya

Government thanks South Africans for saving electricity

Forensic experts investigate schoolbus tragedy

Motlanthe calls for an investigation into Nato commanders by the ICC

Agri-SA’s hate speech case against Sexwale dismissed

Samwu considers revised pay offer

ANC Youth League pleads for withdrawal of charges

Train and bus set alight in Cape Town

Drastic drop in municipal workers’ wage demands

South Africans urged to take advantage of free legal assistance this week

Zuma deeply shocked by school bus tragedy

Investigation into deadly Knysna school bus crash begins

Garden Route farming community in mourning

Garden Route school bus death toll now 15

At least 11 school children killed in bus accident

Outrage over attack on photographer

Despair over Eastern Cape education

More trouble for the ANC Youth League

Human rights on wine farms

Libyan rebels launch massive offensive against Gaddafi

ANC takes tough stance on ill discipline

Four arrested after explosives were found at an ATM

Africa's pioneering radio station struggling to survive

Finance Ministers says banks must be more inclusive

Municipal strike falls flat in certain parts of the country

ANC moves forward on Protection of Information Bill

Nelson Mandela Bay Metro beefs up security after threats on non-strikers

Public Protector kicks off investigation into Western Cape tender

City makes headway on clearing refuse backlog caused by municipal workers strike

Libyan rebel soldiers urged to not take the law into their own hands

Fighting continues in Tripoli while International Criminal Court calls for Muammar Gaddafi’s son to stand trial

50 day countdown to Census 2011 begins

Another union joins the strike

South African military planes reportedly seen in Tripoli

Madonsela still to decide on investigating a communications tender in the Western Cape

Youth League plans to confront ANC on Malema

Rebel forces take over Tripoli

Mbeki says conflict in Libya could have been stopped sooner

Soccer star arrested for speeding

Israel apologises to Egypt

Malawi’s cabinet sacked

Trouble on four fronts for Malema

Gift of the Givers praise South Africans’ generosity

Cosatu fumes about Gauteng toll roads

Electricity upgrade for Tembisa

Eight people die in road accidents

Some deaths not properly registered

Malema and Shivambu to face the music at month-end

SA Municipal workers hand over demands to Johannesburg mayor

ANC Youth League spokesperson also charged with misconduct

Speculation about Malema’s possible suspension

Malema charged for misconduct

Protest closes Tembisa roads

Madikizela-Mandela to lead eradication of informal settlements

Bank client robberies on the rise

4 police members suspended for helping Bongani Moyo escape

ANCYL seeking economic freedom

Transport Minister S’bu Ndebele says freeways are not free

Further questioning of Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng’s Chief Justice nomination

Fake Springbok rugby jerseys worth R43 - million found by police

Another union joins municipal workers’ strike

Namibia’s president discloses alleged SADC corruption

City of Cape Town is seeking a court interdict against Samwu

Telkom and Post Office workers to take to the streets

Motlanthe slams corruption as a cancerous deadly disease

Presidency finds chief justice debate shameful

Strikers cause havoc in Pretoria and Durban

Cosatu urges ethical strike behaviour

Telkom wage offer rejected by Solidarity

Samwu strike condemned by Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille

Twin plane crash victims honoured

Students sign a petition to protect Afrikaans students’ rights

Majority of municipal workers refuse to strike

DA lashes out at Public Works Minister

DA lashes out at Public Works Minister

Six men injured in accident on N1 highway near Kraaifontein

Cosatu calls for investigation into DA tender irregularities

Light aircraft wreckage found south-west of Tzaneen

Municipal union bosses say strike will intensify

Three Eastern Cape labour officials suspended

Shack fire deaths a concern in the Western Cape

The DA will be making submissions to the Presidential Review Committee

Public Enterprises Minister says nationalization is not necessary

Fred van der Vyver wins malicious prosecution case against Police Minister

City officials say strike contingency plans are in place

Helen Zille to take Sunday paper to the Press Ombudsman

More concerns raised over NHI

A search for two missing aircrafts continues today

Jackson Mthembu has denied Malema claims