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Twelve killed on Western Cape roads over the weekend
24/8/2015 11:22
Twelve killed on Western Cape roads over the weekendNine pedestrians and three other road users died on Western Cape roads over the weekend said the province’s Transport and Public Works department.
Twelve people injured in taxi accident
24/8/2015 11:03
Twelve people injured in taxi accidentTwelve people were injured on Monday morning, when a taxi collided with a barrier and rolled on the N3.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to meet Zuma
27/8/2015 7:45
President Jacob Zuma will attempt to heal rifts between his government and the judiciary at a meeting at the Union Buildings on Thursday morning.
Psychologist testimony questioned in Jozi fm DJ murder case Psychologist testimony questioned in Jozi fm DJ murder case
28/8/2015 21:54
The State in the murder case against former Jozi FM DJ, Donald Sebolai has questioned the methods used by clinical psychologists in examining the accused.
Four nabbed for visa and permit fraud Four nabbed for visa and permit fraud
28/8/2015 20:08
The Hawks have arrested four people for visa and permit fraud and extorting money from foreign nationals.
 
Museum to honour Buthelezi’s legacy unveiled in KZN Museum to honour Buthelezi’s legacy unveiled in KZN
28/8/2015 15:11
Proceedings are underway at the Ulundi Multi-purpose Centre in northern KwaZulu-Natal where the Mangosuthu Buthelezi Museum will be officially opened on Friday.
Albino’s muti murder condemned Albino’s muti murder condemned
27/8/2015 23:51
Premier Senzo Mchunu sympathised with the family of an albino victim whose body was found in a shallow grave.
 
Criminals leave with nothing after using power tools to get into ATM in Brackenfell Criminals leave with nothing after using power tools to get into ATM in Brackenfell
24/8/2015 23:37
Criminals accessed the ATM by entering the premises through the roof.
Twelve killed on Western Cape roads over the weekend Twelve killed on Western Cape roads over the weekend
24/8/2015 11:22
Nine pedestrians and three other road users died on Western Cape roads over the weekend said the province’s Transport and Public Works department.
 
Battle for chieftaincy continues to brew in Limpopo Battle for chieftaincy continues to brew in Limpopo
26/8/2015 16:03
A potential court battle for chieftaincy is brewing in Limpopo.
Minister Chabane truck driver trial postponed in Polokwane court Minister Chabane truck driver trial postponed in Polokwane court
18/8/2015 17:08
Truck driver Amukelani Rikhotso, who was involved in the crash that led to the death of Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane in March, was on Tuesday charged with assault.
 
Taxi operators unhappy with inability to use rank in Mpumalanga Taxi operators unhappy with inability to use rank in Mpumalanga
13/8/2015 16:09
Taxi operators in Standerton under the Lekwa Local Municipality in Mpumalanga have raised concerns about their inability to utilise a taxi rank in Rooikoppen township.
A case of culpable homicide has been opened, after two police died in Mpumalanga A case of culpable homicide has been opened, after two police died in Mpumalanga
3/8/2015 15:01
Two police officers have died in Mpumalanga in two separated incident over the weekend.
 
Northern Cape Education MEC, Cjiekella-Lecholo dies Northern Cape Education MEC, Cjiekella-Lecholo dies
28/8/2015 14:34
Northern Cape MEC of Education, Grizelda Cjiekella-Lecholo, has died.
Twelve injured as train partially derails in Kimberley Twelve injured as train partially derails in Kimberley
19/8/2015 9:11
Twelve people were injured in the early hours of Wednesday morning, when a train partially derailed in Kimberley.
 
46 killed in two seperate accidents 46 killed in two seperate accidents
29/8/2015 20:42
Over 30 people have been killed in two separate accidents in Eastern Cape on Saturday.
‘Women can drive economy’ ‘Women can drive economy’
26/8/2015 7:21
Amakomkhulu (great places) should become economic hubs and women could be the core drivers, cooperative governance and traditional affairs MEC Fikile Xasa says.
 
Women in tourism praised Women in tourism praised
27/8/2015 23:55
Women staffers from the provincial tourism department celebrate Women’s Day in Moruleng, where department officials praised them fulsomely for the work they do and reassured them that their contributions to the department were being recognised by management.
First black woman cop ready to retire First black woman cop ready to retire
19/8/2015 23:51
Brigadier Thandiwe Langa is retiring from the SAPS after 34 years’ service .
 
Free State Department of Education hosts a two day maths summit Free State Department of Education hosts a two day maths summit
26/8/2015 19:38
About 184 maths teachers from five districts in the Free State are attending a two day maths summit at Ventersburg. The summit which started on Wednesday will focus on the content and methods that teachers use to teach the subject.
Be proactive on climate change – MEC Be proactive on climate change – MEC
24/8/2015 23:54
MEC Sam Mashinini, right, highlighted the effects climate change can have on the poor.
 
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46 killed in two seperate accidents46 killed in two seperate accidents
29/8/2015 20:42
Over 30 people have been killed in two separate accidents in Eastern Cape on Saturday.
 
DIRCO names conflict resolution forum after Getrude ShopeDIRCO names conflict resolution forum after Getrude Shope
28/8/2015 22:17
The pool of peace makers and mediators in South Africa is shrinking as the mediators of the 1980s and 1990s are retiring or have retired.
 
Psychologist testimony questioned in Jozi fm DJ murder casePsychologist testimony questioned in Jozi fm DJ murder case
28/8/2015 21:54
The State in the murder case against former Jozi FM DJ, Donald Sebolai has questioned the methods used by clinical psychologists in examining the accused.
 
Concourt to deliberate reinstatement of fired lesbian church ministerConcourt to deliberate reinstatement of fired lesbian church minister
28/8/2015 20:40
The Constitutional Court will deliberate on whether or not to give a lesbian Church Minister her job back.
 
New Samwu president ready to heal riftNew Samwu president ready to heal rift
28/8/2015 20:35
Members of the South African Municipal Worker Union (Samwu) have elected Pule Molalenyane as the new union president.
 
'Train accidents in South Africa are preventable''Train accidents in South Africa are preventable'
28/8/2015 20:17
Train accidents in South Africa are largely preventable, that’s according to the preliminary findings of last week's train accident in the Northern Cape, released by the Passenger Railway Safety Regulator (Prasa).
 
Four nabbed for visa and permit fraudFour nabbed for visa and permit fraud
28/8/2015 20:08
The Hawks have arrested four people for visa and permit fraud and extorting money from foreign nationals.
 
Parly grills Makgale for not retracting Phiyega statementParly grills Makgale for not retracting Phiyega statement
28/8/2015 19:58
Parliament's Police Committee wants change in the top management of the SA Police Services.
 
Foreigners write to Presidency post xenophobic attacksForeigners write to Presidency post xenophobic attacks
28/8/2015 19:43
The wave of xenophobic attacks earlier this year has long been contained, but foreign nationals say they still face challenges.
 
Women call for gender transformation in SANDFWomen call for gender transformation in SANDF
28/8/2015 16:43
The Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says in order to secure the legitimacy of armed forces, the South African National Defence Force needs to overcome the country's legacy of gender discrimination.
 
Police killings in South AfricaPolice killings in South Africa
28/8/2015 15:37
Government says almost 60 police officers have been killed in the country between January and August 2015.
 
Men’s charter will alleviate women, child abuse: ShabanguMen’s charter will alleviate women, child abuse: Shabangu
28/8/2015 15:30
Minister of Women in the Presidency, Susan Shabangu, has applauded the launch of the Men's charter.
 
Museum to honour Buthelezi’s legacy unveiled in KZNMuseum to honour Buthelezi’s legacy unveiled in KZN
28/8/2015 15:11
Proceedings are underway at the Ulundi Multi-purpose Centre in northern KwaZulu-Natal where the Mangosuthu Buthelezi Museum will be officially opened on Friday.
 
Zuma launches “War on Leaks” projectZuma launches “War on Leaks” project
28/8/2015 15:08
President Jacob Zuma says government is committed to fighting water leakages in the country.
 
Let’s end violence against women, children: RamaphosaLet’s end violence against women, children: Ramaphosa
28/8/2015 14:45
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says men should put an end to violence in the country.
 


 

 


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