Friday, May 27, 2016

Multiple vehicles have...

Hammanskraal residents have...

Gauteng

A Vereeniging man has suffered critical injuries after he was dragged for 50 meters by...

There’s been a staggering increase in enrolments at Gauteng’s township schools which have also seen...

Uber has launched a trial cash payment system as an alternative to the credit card...

A recent study by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has found that...

A WEEK after the jobs for cash report was released, the South African Teachers Union...

The Gauteng Department of Health says healthcare services have improved in the province. MEC for Health Qedani Mahlangu said hospitals such as Chris Hani Baragwanath,...

Thirteen passengers were injured and a driver killed as a mini bus taxi collided with a bus at Southpansberg and Viljoen in Pretoria on...

Residents of Ennerdale and Lawley South of Johannesburg embarked on a protest over housing on Thursday. Johannesburg Metro Police spokesperson Edna Mamonyane said residents took...

Calm was restored in Hammanskraal yesterday when Gauteng human settlements MEC Paul Mashatile announced the suspension of evictions in the area. This after three...

Tensions between the SACP and the ANC are mounting ahead of this year’s local government elections. The redeployment of former KZN premier Senzo Mchunu is...

Metrorail security personnel yesterday found stolen railway components to the value of R274000 in Westbury. Metrorail said there had been an increasing number of transformers...

The National Press Club has condemned the violent acts on journalists by protesting residents in Hammanskraal, north of Pretoria earlier this week. Two journalism students...

The city of Ekurhuleni has put in place cemetery management software, a tool set to end grave-site booking irregularities and maladministration. The software has improved...

IF you are looking for the best drinking water in the country, look no further than the city of Ekurhuleni. This was after the...

The disturbing trend among pupils carrying dagga and dangerous weapons to schools in the Ekhurleni area has raised concerns about the possible emergence of...