Showing posts from May, 2012

About 70 students kicked out of hostel in KZN

SA man convicted of drug smuggling

Post Office strike unlikely to end soon

Jackie Selebi is still receiving state pension

Concerns over victims of sexual assaults

Missing Person Alert: Isaac Leibowitz

World No Tobacco Day

Security guards fire on Post Office protestors

Learning support centre launched in Khayelitsha

30 high school learners work with police for a day

2 children murdered in the Eastern Cape

ANC to withdraw legal battle with Gallery

Another ATM bombing rocks Cape Town

Delayed municipal accounts not enough reason not to pay

Suspended drivers’ licences could be an advantage for motorists

AfriForum takes e-tolling to court

EC doctors strike over no payment

ANC called to drop court challenge over the Spear

Budget vote held in Parliament

Taxi drivers receive first aid training

Police seize drugs worth R8-million

Senior party members hold private meetings

Anti corruption conference being held

WC government signs multi lateral agreement

Vehicles must have first aid kits

A man sentenced for raping his niece

More effort needed to involve children in decision making

Concerns raised over SAPS broken telephones

Champman’s Peak toll plaza in the spotlight again

Re-introduction of the sexual offences court a possibility

Housing handover takes place in Blue Downs

Father unhappy over WCED investigation

Protests take place in Botrivier

The NSRI assists three sailors

The NSRI assisted two people yesterday

Minister Carlisle officially opens R82M Saldanha

Police have seized more than a ton of the drug hashish

Two men involved in a helicopter crash

National Lottery Board in need of money for funding

Bheki Cele prepared to fight

Gugulethu, Nyanga and New Crossroads without running water

Vredefort Dome could become SA’s eighth world heritage site

ANC calling for a boycott of today’s City Press

Richard Mdluli has bee suspended

Eight illegal miners’ bodies recovered

An accident leaves two people dead

Missing Children: Keketso Kgomo and Mandisa Nkwanya

President Zuma still studying Cele report

NUM lobbying support for Zuma

Zuma congratulates Minister Pandor on the SKA deal

Dagga worth R2million confiscated in Gugulethu

Western Cape Government withdraws funding

ANC states that DA is uncaring

Police officers trained in Serial Rape Investigation

Twenty two year old man arrested by WC police

Learners at ACJ Phakade received desks

School transport a problem in the Free State

Child Protection Week kicks-off

Solidarity launched wage dispute

Various groups argue about fracking

DA has called for an urgent multigrade

Health department launches health foundation

A report on the impact of child support grant

NPA will approach the Supreme Court of Appeal

CCT- more affordable apartments in the city