Showing posts from October, 2016

Skeletal remains of two people found near Wellington

DA Leader Maimane to attend court proceedings on State Capture report

Guy Fawkes Safety

City of Tshwane to restore water at Laudium and Atterdgeville

This type of behaviour is nothing else but hooliganism: Dennis bloem

Christopher Panayiotou and his co-accused will appear in E.C High court today

Son of King Dalindyebo fighting for his father

Man found in critical condition hanging from tree

Pedestrian killed in hit and run collision

Bonteheuwel Residents will hold candle-light vigil to honour a family who lost their lives

Three die near Wellington

11 Suspects arrested for looting

Respected author Tim Couzens dies

Fire in Bonteheuwel kills 6 people

Teachers Attacked At Khayelitsha Primary School

Car slams into bridge killing a man

Mossel Bay officials apply for funding after landslide

Three murder accused back in court today

Gordhan under pressure to deliver in mini budget speech

More cars torched on University campuses

Two UKZN lecturers almost got arrested

Zero percent fee increases for TUT

Vehicles petrol bombed on UCT campus

Criminal activity rife in Khayelitsha

Two trains collided near Kaalfontein

Possible water shortage in Cape Town

City of Cape Town to honour 'hero' truck driver

UWC urges NPA to expedite bail hearing for arrested students

Cape Town woman arrested for planning a hit on husband

Biker dies on R43

Collision between three vehicles leaves man in critical condition.

Man crashes into house

Three dies on N12.

Collision on N2 leaves 7 injured.

School pupils strike for safer schools.

UCT medical students will complete the 2016 academic programme in 2017

27 children injured in two-vehicle collision

The Esidimeni 37

DSD receives third clean audit and improves its services

Truck driver extricated from vehicle

Deputy Minister Skwatsha to meet the Gugulethu community regarding land claims

15 injured in a taxi and bakkie collision

19 suspects arrested in Hout Bay

Substabce abuse awareness campaign in Western Cape thriving.

SADSAWU will have demonstrations in front of parliament.

Gordhan declines Abrahams’ invite to make representations

Two dead after vehicle crashes into wall

Minister of Community Safety prioritises safety of learner