Deleted Marikana records haunt Lonmin30 minutes ago
Complete Lonmin records of the August 2012 Marikana shootings were unearthed the by Farlam Commission of Inquiry evidence leaders' own investigations, the inquiry heard on Thursday.
ANC welcomes probe into state bodies50 minutes ago
The African National Congress on Thursday welcomed the Special Investigating Unit's (SIU's) probe into a number of institutions for maladministration and corruption.
Axe parolee in dock for stabbing wife54 minutes ago
A man out on parole after killing three people with an axe in 1999 appeared in the Roodepoort Magistrate's Court on Thursday for allegedly killing his wife.
We don’t know our own capabilities- Pandor31/7/2014 11:35
Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor told delegates at The New Age Business Briefing on Thursday that she fears SA has no knowledge of its own capabilities.
NikeSA backs Soweto run31/7/2014 4:24
The people’s race, the Soweto marathon, will take place this year thanks to new title sponsor and partner NikeSA.
Selebi saga haunts NPA31/7/2014 3:43
The Jackie Selebi corruption matter has returned to haunt several people, including prosecutors and senior police officers who were part of the investigation against the former police commissioner and Interpol president.
Seoka’s credibility under the spotlight31/7/2014 3:12
The Anglican Church is due to have an internal “truth and reconciliation” process later this year after what has been described as a “terror spree” by the Bishop of Marikana, Jo Seoka.
Road rage case postponed31/7/2014 2:33
The driver of a Porsche travelling with a passenger who is accused of a road rage assault in Fourways, Johannesburg, has distanced himself from the incident.
Fifty percent pupils know words to anthem31/7/2014 1:28
While a social survey has shown that only half of South Africa’s teenage school pupils know the words of the national anthem, the older generation appears to struggle with the words as well.
Numsa claims strike ‘successful’38 minutes ago
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) has claimed victory over the end to its strike at Transnet’s Ngqura Container Terminal in Port Elizabeth.
Pupils rampage in CBD54 minutes ago
Thousands of pupils ran amok in the Johannesburg CBD, attacking vendors and forcing shops to shut during a chaotic protest yesterday.