Showing posts from October, 2012

Mthethwa challenges WC Premier about Khayelithsa Commission of Inquiry

Verdict to be deliverd to SAPS member on Friday

National lotteries board undertake an assesment

Renewable energy to be made available in South Africa

13 miners arrested

Census reveal black women hardest hit by unemployment

Section27 Group gives credit to the Basic Education Department

Farmers worried by a sheep disease

Susan Moodie goes for a disciplinary hearing

Community Safety MEC pledges financial for 11-year-old’s funeral

Graveyard killer found guilty

2011 Census data released

MEC encourages parents to play an active roll and monitor their children's bahviour

MEC clamps down on corrupt builders

Two Angolan men arrested for theft of dogs

Public Works Department to be questioned about Nkandla upgrade

CGE to host Policy Dialogues

Child pornography suspect trial nears conclusion

NPA looks for harsh sentencing for rapist teacher

South African pirate hostage survivors to testify in The Hague

WC Traffic Authorities concerned by high number of road accidents

Lawyers threaten to stop the Marikana Commission of Inquiry

Shack fires claim a life

Cosatu threaten to strike agains e-toll

Public school fees “shock” Education Minister

Minimum wage agreements reconsidered – Cosatu

Homophobic attack in Gugulethu

Amplats miners to be reinstated

Striking miners forcefully dispersed by police

Concerns over e-toll implementation

ANC Youth League rally postponed

Thousands of job seekers had gathered at CT ICC