We will shut down parliament: Malema30/8/2014 4:51
EFF leader Julius Malema on Friday night called on National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete not to push the party to shut down Parliament.
SA in crisis: Malema30/8/2014 1:15
South Africa is in crisis and lacks leadership, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said on Friday night.
Unions failed workers: Vavi29/8/2014 20:06
Trade unions in South Africa are not meeting workers' needs, Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said on Friday.
Sanral welcomes Toll ruling29/8/2014 17:31
A court ruling regarding the disclosure of court papers in the N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway project was welcomed by the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) on Friday.
No Ebola cases in SA: Dept29/8/2014 14:41
This was while the total number of cases in the current outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone had risen to 3069 probable and confirmed cases, spokesman Popo Maja said in a statement.
Malema gives speaker Sunday deadline29/8/2014 14:10
EFF leader Julius Malema warned National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete in a letter on Friday that unless she withdrew plans to suspend him from Parliament by Sunday noon, he would launch a court challenge.
Business should not absorb e-toll costs: Busa29/8/2014 12:48
"Business has always indicated its willingness to come on board and to explore the funding mechanism ]]]for the improvement of Gauteng's highways]," Busa economic policy executive director Kgatlaki Ngoasheng told the advisory panel on e-tolling in Gauteng and its socio-economic impa
Gautrain service disrupted in Joburg29/8/2014 10:28
The Gautrain train service was disrupted on Friday morning when a car crashed into an Eskom pylon, Gautrain operator Bombela Concession Company said.
Khakhu to apply for bail29/8/2014 10:18
The man who allegedly fatally shot three-year-old Luke Tibbetts was expected to make a formal bail application in the Newlands Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg on Friday.
Twelve held in Tembisa protest29/8/2014 9:58
Twelve people were arrested for public violence in Sophiatown informal settlement in Tembisa on Friday morning during a "cat and mouse" protest, Ekurhuleni metro police said.
Mother sues for son's suffering: Report29/8/2014 8:22
A claim for damages of at least R6 million for the "wrongful suffering" of a child born with Down's syndrome was heard in the Constitutional Court, The Times reported on Friday.