Showing posts from June, 2016

EC residents blocked traffic lane to Bisho Government’s state house

100 DA supporters joined EFF

EC Health Dept to cough R3 billion due to negligence

SABC lays charges against axed journalists

City apologises for delays on waste collection due to strike

Cape Town Int. Airport won a prestigious international award

ANC denies having a hand on recent protests in WC

IPID Investigates after Beaufort west teen found dead in holding cell

Sodwana racist says he will simply refuse to appear in court

Hlaudi Motsoeneng condemns 'agenda to destabilise SABC'

ANC investigating Vandalism of its campaign posters

A teenager killed by a fellow prisoner

More candidates to be screened for PP post

Man injured in a taxi and light motor vehicle collision in Rondebosch

Grahamstown still facing water crisis amid National Festival

8 suspects arrested for robbery in Muizenberg

Man thrown out of moving train, seriously injured

President Jacob Zuma has released a statement strongly condemning protest violence.

PRASA says between April & May trains damaged cost the company over R200m.

Most parts of Grahamstown left without water

COPE says Jimi Mathews resignation is the severest impeachment of both Hlaudi Motsoeneng and ANC

WCED expected to employ 10,000 jobless matriculants

WC MEC will hand over safety Kiosk in Kenilworth

SANEF requests a meeting with ANN7 Editor following dismissal of eight staff members

ANC says it will not protect members involved in recent protests in Tshwane

ANC says it will not protect members involved in recent protests in Tshwane

Khayelitsha teen murder accused men back in court today

South African Artist Black Coffee,Makes history

Minister says Business raiding won't be tolerated

Government says it needs a further R40 million to assist farmers and municipalities during the drought.

Parliament’s ad hoc committee says the process of finding Thuli Madonsela’s successor will be transparent.

Transport officials launch youth road safety summit in Pretoria

Business owners call for arrests

SABC says the banning of protest visuals will not affect factual reporting.

IFP launches Manifesto in Cape Town

3 SABC Journalists suspended for disagreeing with management

Right2Know to stand in solidarity with organisations at a picket outside ICASA

Stellenbosch to consider isiXhosa in its new language policy

DA Leader Mmusi Maimane to address mass public meeting in PE