Person dies in PTA accident4 minutes ago
One person has died and four others were seriously injured when two cars were involved in a rear-end collision in Pretoria West, paramedics said on Friday.
PTA road rage being investigated23 minutes ago
An assault case has been opened following another alleged road rage incident in Pretoria, Gauteng police said on Friday.
Business (fair) is booming1/8/2014 4:51
Small businesses in Durban have recognised the opportunities offered by the annual Durban Business Fair and are rushing to participate in this year’s event.
SA films spotlight human rights issues1/8/2014 4:39
The indoctrination that apartheid had on young Afrikaners, and the failure to recognise that “everyone’s blood is the same colour”, won Annalet Steenkamp accolades for her film, I, Afrikaner.
Artisan initiative starts1/8/2014 4:29
FET Week, an initiative that aims to absorb more young people into the technical and training stream to stimulate the economy and reduce unemployment, will be launched in the Mother City on Monday.
Students keen but facilities lacking1/8/2014 3:49
Bokamoso Secondary School pupils from Tembisa on the East Rand in Ekurhuleni were yesterday on cloud nine about the possibility of becoming scientists – and told Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor so.
Ekurhuleni puts former military combatants to good use1/8/2014 3:30
The Ekurhuleni municipality is sending 56 former military combatants to it’s metro police department’s college, where they will attend a course that is set to help the police maintain order in the communities.
NPA chief ‘suspended’1/8/2014 2:48
Confusion mounts over whether or not NPA boss Mxolisi Nxasana has been put on suspension starting today.
AbaThembu stick to their guns1/8/2014 2:21
The abaThembu royal family yesterday announced that they were the only people authorised to remove or confirm the status of the king.
‘Not enough progress made’1/8/2014 1:37
A lack of transformation and a spike in incidents of racism at institutions of higher learning in South Africa need to be addressed urgently.
NUM, Kumba reach wage agreement1/8/2014 1:27
Kumba Iron Ore mineworkers salaries will jump from R5795 to more than R13000 a month, thanks to a wage deal reached with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM).