ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has reportedly sent the ruling party’s strongest warning yet to its MPs who plan to vote with opposition parties in the upcoming vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.
The council says the country is facing a far greater problem than corruption.
The City of Joburg fails to answer whether there is a valid court order for this eviction, while EFF warns the DA-led council there will be consequences
The vice chancellor said the university had a zero-tolerance for sexual and gender-based violence.
It is alleged that Mofokeng had spent R1,772,549.28 to date on KFC, Nandos and the Shakespeare Inn.
Close friends and family of late radio personality and actor Mandla Hlatswayo have been meeting everyday to pay tribute to him.
Isuzu Motors intends to purchase GM’s SA light commercial vehicle manufacturing operations and strengthen its presence in the market.
Instead of dealing with the white learner’s statement, the school allegedly chose to discipline the black learners.
Before he was reported missing, the teenager was thought to have gone to a local clinic and then to a hospital for a checkup.
Gary Kirsten and Eric Simons will have to judge whether Cricket South Africa should keep Russell Domingo or change things.
The court struck down the former Hawks boss’ application from the court roll for lack of urgency, and he has been ordered to pay the costs involved in the case.
The police minister has been using his social media platforms to document his attempts at fighting crime in the country.
The task team, which was put together to investigate the murders, is still searching for more suspects.
The money from the Urban Settlements Development Grant will see the metro surface all surrounding gravel roads and install street lighting.
Residents blockaded the road and burnt two trucks as well as a local auction store in protest against a lack of service delivery and housing.
Cape Town City and SuperSport United are reportedly interested in signing Kaizer Chiefs defender Kgotso Moleko.
Last year, Van Rooyen, in a parliamentary question, said over R309 million had been set aside for the gratuity payments.