Pin it
July 29, 2014 | Last Updated 4:34 AM
Loading
Image Loading


Subscribe to newsletters

 
 
MOBILE RSS twitter facebook
Gauteng
Suspect’s gun found
29/7/2014 12:57
Suspect’s gun foundA licensed firearm, that belonging to a dead police suspect, has been recovered under rubble at a collapsed building in Midrand.
Residents angry over condition of their homes
29/7/2014 12:49
Residents angry over condition of their homesResidents in Soweto are irate over low-income houses that are claimed to be in bad condition, expensive and dangerous to live in.
Death benefits to be reviewed
29/7/2014 4:31
The defence force service commission has proposed that families of soldiers who die in battle must get more compensation.
Other Gauteng News
PreviousNext
Death benefits to be reviewedDeath benefits to be reviewed
29/7/2014 4:31
The defence force service commission has proposed that families of soldiers who die in battle must get more compensation.
 
Suspect’s gun foundSuspect’s gun found
29/7/2014 12:57
A licensed firearm, that belonging to a dead police suspect, has been recovered under rubble at a collapsed building in Midrand.
 
Residents angry over condition of their homesResidents angry over condition of their homes
29/7/2014 12:49
Residents in Soweto are irate over low-income houses that are claimed to be in bad condition, expensive and dangerous to live in.
 
Plot thickens in ‘kidnapping’Plot thickens in ‘kidnapping’
29/7/2014 12:45
Gauteng police are still investigating a case of kidnapping after Nokwazi Sithole, 22, was reportedly taken hostage on Friday when she went for a job interview.
 
Relief as strike endsRelief as strike ends
29/7/2014 12:24
Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim said yesterday, workers would start returning to work today and the official agreement with the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation (Seifsa) would be signed today at 2pm at the Lakeside Hotel in Benoni.
 
Royal council stands by king dalindyeboRoyal council stands by king dalindyebo
29/7/2014 12:18
The abaThembu royal council has defied President Jacob Zuma’s ultimatum to king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo asking him to give reasons why he should not be dethroned because of his alleged disgraceful conduct.
 
Custody blow for familyCustody blow for family
29/7/2014 12:12
A Johannesburg family who have been fighting to get their children back after they were removed from their custody by social workers amid allegations of abuse have been dealt a blow.
 
Mystery witness might not testifyMystery witness might not testify
29/7/2014 12:08
Commission spokesperson Phuti Setati, said the commission had not been informed when Mr X would be back on the stand.
 
Necessary interventionNecessary intervention
28/7/2014 23:59
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Pravin Gordhan said provinces had to intervene under Section 139 of the Constitution to take over the 10 municipalities between 2010 and this month.
 
Hlongwa allegations taken to integrity committeeHlongwa allegations taken to integrity committee
28/7/2014 20:55
Allegations of corruption involving ANC Gauteng Chief Whip Brian Hlongwa have been referred to the party's integrity committee, the ruling party in the province said on Monday.
 
Tshwane ANC condemn storming of officeTshwane ANC condemn storming of office
28/7/2014 20:40
"The actions and disruptions []]which] included physical and verbal assault of ANC employees and staff is a demonstration of the desperate measures employed to undemocratically unseat the current ANC leadership," regional chairman Kgosientso Ramokgopa said in a statement.
 
Metal sector strike overMetal sector strike over
28/7/2014 20:18
The strike in the metals and engineering sector ended on Monday, after both the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) and Solidarity accepted a wage offer.
 
Solidarity accepts metals wage offerSolidarity accepts metals wage offer
28/7/2014 17:07
Solidarity would accept the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of SA's (Seifsa) offer of a three-year salary agreement, the union said on Monday.
 
Two Rhodes students drownedTwo Rhodes students drowned
28/7/2014 16:47
Two students from Rhodes University have drowned after a boat in which they were canoeing capsized at Settlers Dam just outside Grahamstown, Eastern Cape police said on Monday.
 
Mpumalanga dad in court for son's rapeMpumalanga dad in court for son's rape
28/7/2014 16:09
A man accused of raping his four-year-old son appeared in the Tonga Magistrate's Court on Monday, Mpumalanga police said.
 






 

 




classifieds

 
jobs

 
mobi
 



 




http://www.dmma.co.za/ sudoku