City focus on financial stability23/5/2013 16:56
Financial stability remains a focus of the City of Tshwane as it aims to have R400 million in the bank by the end of June.
Housing ‘well on track’23/5/2013 16:08
The province’s cooperative governance and traditional affairs MEC, Olly Mlamleli, believes her department is well on track in providing decent housing for the needy communities in the province.
Northern Cape opposition in protest23/5/2013 14:37
Two Northern Cape opposition parties have stayed away from a provincial budget sitting in Kimberley because it was being attended by two MECs accused of fraud
Marikana mob justice case postponed23/5/2013 14:22
A case against four men arrested for alleged murder and public violence in Wonderkop, Marikana, has been postponed by the Ga-Rankuwa Magistrate's court, North West police said on Thursday.
Joburg residents pay up23/5/2013 14:02
Johannesburg residents must expect more woes after the announcement of rate increases.
KZN job applicant was breadwinner: mother23/5/2013 13:12
A man who died after participating in a KwaZulu-Natal Road Traffic Inspectorate recruitment process fitness test was his family's breadwinner, a commission of inquiry heard in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday.
Off-duty prison officer shot23/5/2013 12:59
An off-duty correctional services officer was shot dead in Cape Town in the early hours of Thursday, Western Cape police said.
Cosas outraged at the alleged student beating23/5/2013 12:29
The Congress of South African Students (Cosas) in the Eastern Cape has called on the provincial department of education to deal decisively with all teachers that are still using corporal punishment.
Province’s name change debate starts23/5/2013 12:12
Premier Thandi Modise has all but endorsed Moses Kotane as the possible name replacement for North West when she tabled her budget speech in the provincial legislature on Thursday.
Free Sate contractor used sewage water22/5/2013 15:43
Labour inspectors have clamped down on a Free State contractor using sewage water to suppress dust while building a new road, an official said on Wednesday.
NPA may proceed for freezing of bishop’s assets22/5/2013 15:19
A famous Port Elizabeth bishop, Rev Samuel Banzana, has not yet approached the offices of the National Prosecuting Authority to oppose or appeal the ruling of Port Elizabeth High Court which ordered for his assets to be seized two weeks ago