Showing posts from April, 2015

MEC Plato calls for an urgent approach to the gang problem in the Cape

Amcu and Anglo Platinum colludes on retrenchment

Manhunt for four prisoners who escaped custody in Tzaneen

SAMWU rejects latest wage offer from SALGA

A cyclist killed in an accident in Benoni

Body of an elderly man discovered inside the boot of a car in Mayfair

58 suspects arrested over the long weekend

Suspect arrested after found with an unlicensed firearm and ammunition

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa calls for a debate on the Freedom Charter

The Ministry of State Security responds to R2K allegations

Taxi accident left 20 injured in Cape Town

Minister Pandor stresses the importance of women in science

Missing Child Alert: Kagiso Maite

COPE urges government to act on HRC threats

PRASA re-introduces train service from CPT to EL

Man shot dead at Phoenix Plaza

President Zuma leading a delegation

Four suspects to appear in court for illegal cigarettes and suspected stolen vehicles

Seventeen people died on WC roads over the long weekend

Presidency verifies names of killed foreign nationals

Train accident in Denver leaves one person dead and 241 injured

Minister of Science and Technology launches of 5th gender summit today

City of Cape Town honours Madiba for his legacy

WC Premier and MEC for Economic Opportunities to strengthen trade relations with Angola

SACP urges law enforcements to deal with the killing of SATAWU secretary

104 Scottsdene families receive keys to new social housing units ahead of Freedom Day

Abahlali baseMjondolo says no to Freedom Day

COPE urges South Africans to rally behind Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Man killed after being hit by train

COPE calls for President to take action against Bheki Cele

R2K rejects internet censorship and Film and Publications Board’s Oneline Regulations

EE calls on Minister Motshekga to answer on NEE and DU

SATAWU welcomes the resignation of SAA CEO