Showing posts from June, 2015

A woman dies after she lost control of her vehicle on the R59

Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry says Eskom must start cutting costs

Minister Gigaba says immigrants contribute immensely to the country

59 year old man killed in an accident in Germiston

Metro Police taking a hard stance on drug-related offences

HETN condemns neglect of black learners by the SA Mathematics Foundation

Eskom looking for alternative ways to avoid load shedding

DA: Government lied on Al-Bashir’s exit from SA

WC government concerned over the death of 8 people at a tavern in Makaza

Elevator plunges three storeys leaving 1 dead and 1 injured

SA Jewish Board of Deputies takes Mcebo Dlamini to court

34 drunken drivers arrested during weekend roadblocks in the WC

NSRI and Police on the search for a missing 38-year-old man in East London

Investigation into the death of eight people in Khayelitsha underway

Maimane to visit the families of Marikana massacre

Western Cape Department of Health promotes Medical Male Circumcision

1 dead, 1 injured in a Pretoria roll-over accident

9 year old girl dead after being struck by vehicle in KZN

MEC Bredall to clean up various challenges in Oudtshoorn municipality

Several accidents left three dead on KZN roads

DA welcomes President’s intervention into the EC department of Education

Police arrested a 40-year-old man I connection with Radovan Krejcir’s murder

Eskom: Stage 2 load shedding implemented as from 16:00

Two suspects arrested for the recent murder of a 33-year-old in Long Street

An accident leaves two people dead in Pietermaritzburg

A call for Nersa to reject Eskom’s application for a tariff hike

President Zuma gives a summary of the Marikana report

WC MEC Bredell to launch a Fire Prevention Toolkit

NUM welcomes judgement against Aurora directors

Ramaphosa calls on EFF’s Malema to withdraw misleading sentiments

Western Cape Government Offers Youth Programming during school holidays

A decrease in the number of tourists travelling into the country

SACP concerned about protest action which leads to closure of hospitals

Mayor Patricia de Lille to assess progress in the Redress Project in Macassar