Showing posts from May, 2014

Dan Plato concerned about the sound mental state of police officers

One person died and another critical in separate accidents

Cosatu NW calls for accelerate service delivery

Janine Myburgh: Taxi industry part of economy

New Immigration Regulations come into effect

Cosatu called for reinstatement of 450 workers

DA won six and ANC won two wards during by-elections

Accident on Durban Road leaves one dead and 13 injured.

DA deems SIU report a whitewash

IPID investigating shooting at CT Airport

Transformation Network concerned about UCT admission policy

NEHAWU calls for service delivery to be top priority

MEC of Community Safety to hand over mobile safety kiosk

MEC Winde and Meyer to seek economic opportunities

Petrol station explosion leaves two people injured in KZN

Premier Muhamapelo condemns petrol bombing of houses belonging to miners

An accident claims one life and leaves nine people injured

President Zuma welcomes support given to new Ministers

COSATU in North West not happy with MEC appointments

Minister Sisulu says housing delivery is a priority

Accident near King Shaka Airport leaves one dead

Khayelitsha Commission of Inquiry to wrap up this week

DA raises concerns on South Africa’s GDP

Shooting at Cape Town Airport leaves one person dead

Two working miners attacked by striking mineworkers

Business Process Outsourcing Industry nominated in Europe

An accident left eight people injured including four children in KZN

MEC Plato looking forward to working with new Minister of Police

Gigaba vows to give South Africans good quality services

Four arrested for several business robberies in Cape Town

Missing Adult Alert: Justin Damonse

Gauteng Police launch a manhunt for five escapees

SA Chamber of Commerce concerned about the decrease in GDP

Father turns himself in after murdering two year old daughter