STUDENTS at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology Cape Town campus are still jumping over barbed wire to get to class.
THREE panga wielding men were arrested minutes after robbing a shop on Monday.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande and Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant will meet on Thursday with bus operators and unions in another attempt to end the deadlocked pay and conditions talks.
The Limpopo High Court has heard how DNA samples collected from alleged victims of a serial rapist helped to prosecute the man who is accused of conducting a reign of… Read more »
A farmer appeared in court on a charge of attempted murder on Wednesday for allegedly driving over an EFF member who was fleeing from police during a service delivery protest.
Two parliamentary committees have ordered the national treasury and the auditor general to probe how the North-West provincial government spent R100-million on gifting “high value species” to private individuals.
More roadblocks, increased business inspections and speed cameras are back on Johannesburg’s major roads and highways as the metro attempts to drastically raise its revenue collection.
North West was yesterday hit by fresh protests as members of the community revived a call for the removal of premier Supra Mahumapelo.
The nationwide bus strike is expected to continue on Tuesday, with Western Cape commuters facing additional travel delays due to long-awaited rain and possible localised flooding.
IT looks as if political parties could lose the votes of many people who live in shacks.