Other National & Provincial News
New labour laws to hit retail sector18/9/2014 2:19
Retail association director Tanya Cohen says the raft of amendments to labour laws will have a negative impact on the retail sector and predicted that they will lead to even more unemployment in the country.
Marikana ‘reconciliation needed’18/9/2014 2:14
The Marikana commission of inquiry called its last witness this week after almost two years of hearing evidence on what led to the deaths of 44 people during a violent wage strike in August 2012.
Ipid battles resource deficit18/9/2014 2:01
Parliament yesterday heard that the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) had not met the majority of its targets over the financial year due to lack of capacity.
TB Joshua’s global influence18/9/2014 1:36
Temitope Balogun Joshua, commonly referred to as TB Joshua, is an evangelist with an almost global influence and following.
‘Leave Masipa alone’18/9/2014 1:25
Legal experts have condemned the personal attacks on judge Thokozile Masipa following her judgment finding Oscar Pistoruis not guilty of murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Mom’s agonising wait18/9/2014 12:28
There was the chance that the daughter they had not heard from since the collapse of the church premises in Nigeria would step off the plane from Lagos into the arrivals area at OR Tambo Airport where the family had been waiting since early yesterday.
Announcing Nigeria deaths not delayed: Minister17/9/2014 20:39
Government did not take long to announce the deaths of South Africans in the Nigeria church building collapse, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Wednesday.
TUT and students re-open talks: SRC17/9/2014 20:17
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) management and the student representative council (SRC) have re-opened talks to resolve the ongoing protests at the university, the SRC said on Wednesday.
Former hotel accountant in Court for fraud17/9/2014 18:48
An accountant accused of embezzling at the Raya Hotel Group, owners of the Capetonian Hotel in Cape Town and the Balmoral Hotel in Durban, admitted guilt "to a certain degree" when she appeared in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court on Wednesday.
IFP accuses ANC of bribing voters17/9/2014 17:33
The IFP accused the ANC on Wednesday of buying votes with food parcels during by-elections in Mthonjaneni, Melmoth in KwaZulu-Natal.