Showing posts from September, 2014

Missing Adult Alert: Danny-John Josias

16 people injured in separate accident between Pretoria and Pietermaritzburg

One critical, another injured in truck collision

WCED enrolment for 2015 closed

Missing Child Alert: Jeremy Johannes

KZN R102 pedestrian crash leaves man critical

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to return to Lesotho to resume facilitation

Sabric warns of banking scam that has resurfaced

Missing Adult Alert: Siphiwe Zembeta

Four suspects arrested for murdering a 60 year old in Limpopo

Police investigates Hartswater crash

Missing Adult Alert: Mason Mangena

Six dead in KZN taxi crash

Missing Child Found: Mercia Carolous

A 15-year-old boy was shot and killed in Valhaala Park

ACDP calls for increased police visibility in communities

SAMWU WC not happy with Fire and Rescue Department

Police arrested three JCY gang members in Worcester

New Horizons Clinic opened in Plettenberg Bay

Missing Child Alert: Kaylynn Jacobs

Five people died in Beaufort West collision

Premier Zille to visit 110% Green Projects

DA, EFF, FF+, IFP and ACDP stage a walk-out at Nkandla Committee

Three people including two children rescued in Southern Cape

An accident in Kagiso leaves three people dead

Man arrested for being in possession of 31 bags of abalone

North West FET campus under siege

More road deaths on payday weekends

MEC Winde calling for visa regulations to be withdrawn

Six people left injured when a truck overturned in Johannesburg

Zimbabweans can start renewing their special work permits

An accident leaves two people critically injured

A man sentenced to 25-years for rape and murder

Nirco stresses the importance of rights of victims and inmates

COSATU NW to picket outside court against Sun City security

Minister Mbombo takes the IsiShweshwe Traveling exhibition to Lwandle

COSATU NW and the eviction of farm

DA calls on government to help small businesses

SA, Russia agree to $50-billion nuclear deal

DA : Crime statistics need to be auduted independently

City of Cape Town’s Vice Squad clamping down on sex trade