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Nxesi's spending probe welcomed
30/9/2014 16:34
Nxesi's spending probe welcomedThe SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA) on Tuesday welcomed Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi's announcement of a probe into the department's irregular expenditure.
Nkandla officials hearing postponed
30/9/2014 16:01
Nkandla officials hearing postponedThe disciplinary hearing against public works department senior project manager Jean Rindel and several others over refurbishments at President Jacob Zuma''''''''s Nkandla home has been postponed.
Bookkeeper faces muliple fraud charges
30/9/2014 16:59
A young woman who allegedly stole more than R800,000 from her employer made her first appearance in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court, Cape Town, on Tuesday.
Nursing body highlights health care staff shortages Nursing body highlights health care staff shortages
10 minutes ago
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (Denosa) yesterday said the speed at which staff shortages at government health facilities was being addressed was not satisfactory.
Murder case is set for next year Murder case is set for next year
44 minutes ago
A man accused of shooting dead a motorcyclist during a road rage confrontation in February appeared in the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court in Johannesburg yesterday.
 
Nudist beach patrons have to wait a while Nudist beach patrons have to wait a while
1/10/2014 12:52
Those interested in the outcome of an application for a nudist beach on the KZN South Coast will have to wait a while longer as the decision will only be announced next month.
Zuma gets a big welcome in PMB Zuma gets a big welcome in PMB
30/9/2014 14:30
President Jacob Zuma received a rapturous welcome wherever he went in Pietermaritzburg's Imbali township on Tuesday.
 
Nkandla officials hearing postponed Nkandla officials hearing postponed
30/9/2014 16:01
The disciplinary hearing against public works department senior project manager Jean Rindel and several others over refurbishments at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home has been postponed.
Nigerian four travelled on SA documents Nigerian four travelled on SA documents
29/9/2014 21:59
Four people killed in the Nigerian building collapse were travelling on South African documents, causing confusion about the local death toll, an official said on Monday.
 
Malema trial postponed to August 3, 2015 Malema trial postponed to August 3, 2015
30/9/2014 10:40
The trial of Julius Malema and his co-accused was postponed by the Polokwane High Court on Tuesday.
Graft-accused Malema gets his day in court Graft-accused Malema gets his day in court
30/9/2014 5:14
The corruption trial of Julius Malema, leader of the vehemently anti-graft Economic Freedom Fighters, gets underway in the Polokwane Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
 
Cop pleads guilty to sex with minor Cop pleads guilty to sex with minor
30/9/2014 19:09
A 50-year-old Mpumalanga police officer has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
Community service for killing friend Community service for killing friend
30/9/2014 18:43
An Mpumalanga first-year mechanical engineering student found guilty of stabbing his friend to death during a tavern brawl has been handed an effective three-year community service sentence.
 
15 killed in Hartswater accident 15 killed in Hartswater accident
29/9/2014 7:12
Two more people have died after a bakkie accident on the N18 near Hartswater, bringing the death toll to 15, Northern Cape police said on Monday.
Woman who translated the Bible into Nama recognised Woman who translated the Bible into Nama recognised
28/9/2014 23:51
“She is not invisible any more,” Ursula Truper says with a thick German accent outside the VGK Church at Steinkopf in Namaqualand.
 
Water shortages in Amathole district Water shortages in Amathole district
30/9/2014 19:38
The flow of water in the Eastern Cape's Amathole district has been disrupted due to a power failure at a substation which powers the municipality's pump station, it said on Tuesday.
Long queues to see Zuma Long queues to see Zuma
30/9/2014 10:56
People formed long queues outside the Durban University of Technology's Indumiso campus in Pietermaritzburg to see President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday.
 
Miners relive Marikana shooting Miners relive Marikana shooting
30/9/2014 17:44
Lonmin miners who survived the August 16, 2012 shootings at Marikana said they were haunted by memories of the confrontation with police.
Farlam Commission back in Marikana Farlam Commission back in Marikana
30/9/2014 12:33
The Farlam Commission of Inquiry on Tuesday visited areas where protesting Lonmin miners were shot in August 2012.
 
Talks on Bokamoso evictions on the cards Talks on Bokamoso evictions on the cards
28/9/2014 23:03
Talts are expected to be held between the MEC for cooperative governance and traditional affairs, Olly Mlamleli, and the South African Human Rights Commission on the recommendations the commission made on claims of illegal eviction at Bokamoso in QwaQwa.
Boxing tourney cancelled Boxing tourney cancelled
28/9/2014 22:58
However, their anticipation has been dashed as the tournament has been dropped by the department of sport, arts, culture and recreation.
 
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Nursing body highlights health care staff shortagesNursing body highlights health care staff shortages
10 minutes ago
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (Denosa) yesterday said the speed at which staff shortages at government health facilities was being addressed was not satisfactory.
 
Murder case is set for next yearMurder case is set for next year
44 minutes ago
A man accused of shooting dead a motorcyclist during a road rage confrontation in February appeared in the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court in Johannesburg yesterday.
 
Nudist beach patrons have to wait a whileNudist beach patrons have to wait a while
1/10/2014 12:52
Those interested in the outcome of an application for a nudist beach on the KZN South Coast will have to wait a while longer as the decision will only be announced next month.
 
Frustration over leaking pumpFrustration over leaking pump
1/10/2014 12:37
While many parts of the country have been hit by water shortages and people have been urged to use water sparingly, a water pump at Mamelodi’s Phomolopng informal settlement has been left leaking for almost a year now.
 
Gauteng on high water alert: MECGauteng on high water alert: MEC
30/9/2014 21:10
Gauteng's provincial leaders are on high alert and ready to respond to water-related problems that may re-surface in the near future, co-operative governance MEC Jacob Mamabolo said on Tuesday.
 
TAC not facing imminent closureTAC not facing imminent closure
30/9/2014 20:44
The Treatment Action Campaign is not facing imminent closure, but will have to make "tough decisions" if it does not get more funding, it said on Tuesday.
 
IFP concerned about Khuma quake victimsIFP concerned about Khuma quake victims
30/9/2014 20:18
The Inkatha Freedom Party on Tuesday expressed concern about residents of Khuma, in the North West, whose homes have not been repaired following the earthquake in August.
 
Bogus Soweto traditional healer case postponedBogus Soweto traditional healer case postponed
30/9/2014 19:57
A bogus traditional healer, accused of stealing money from a man who paid him to enlarge his genitals, appeared in the Protea Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, Gauteng police said.
 
Water shortages in Amathole districtWater shortages in Amathole district
30/9/2014 19:38
The flow of water in the Eastern Cape's Amathole district has been disrupted due to a power failure at a substation which powers the municipality's pump station, it said on Tuesday.
 
Cop pleads guilty to sex with minorCop pleads guilty to sex with minor
30/9/2014 19:09
A 50-year-old Mpumalanga police officer has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
 
Transformation still a way to go: OlifantTransformation still a way to go: Olifant
30/9/2014 18:52
There was still a long way to go to transform South Africa and this would require everyone working together, Labour Minister Mildred Olifant said on Tuesday.
 
Community service for killing friendCommunity service for killing friend
30/9/2014 18:43
An Mpumalanga first-year mechanical engineering student found guilty of stabbing his friend to death during a tavern brawl has been handed an effective three-year community service sentence.
 
Bookkeeper faces muliple fraud chargesBookkeeper faces muliple fraud charges
30/9/2014 16:59
A young woman who allegedly stole more than R800,000 from her employer made her first appearance in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court, Cape Town, on Tuesday.
 
Nxesi's spending probe welcomedNxesi's spending probe welcomed
30/9/2014 16:34
The SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA) on Tuesday welcomed Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi's announcement of a probe into the department's irregular expenditure.
 
Nkandla officials hearing postponedNkandla officials hearing postponed
30/9/2014 16:01
The disciplinary hearing against public works department senior project manager Jean Rindel and several others over refurbishments at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home has been postponed.
 


 

 




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