Pin it
October 02, 2014 | Last Updated 4:17 PM
Loading
Image Loading

Subscribe to newsletters

 
 
MOBILE RSS twitter facebook
Gauteng
Level-crossing a safety concern: Peters
2/10/2014 15:47
Level-crossing a safety concern: PetersMotorists'' behaviour is the main reason for railway level-crossing accidents in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Thursday.
Water affairs loses track of billions
2/10/2014 15:20
Water affairs loses track of billionsInadequate management systems and resulting poor record keeping involving billions of rands have earned water affairs a qualified annual audit report.
Sadtu a 'beacon of hope': Motshekga
2/10/2014 16:09
The SA Democratic Teachers' Union is a beacon of hope, having made huge progress since apartheid when schools were 'on fire', Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Thursday.
Other Gauteng News
PreviousNext
Sadtu a 'beacon of hope':  MotshekgaSadtu a 'beacon of hope': Motshekga
2/10/2014 16:09
The SA Democratic Teachers' Union is a beacon of hope, having made huge progress since apartheid when schools were "on fire", Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Thursday.
 
Level-crossing a safety concern: PetersLevel-crossing a safety concern: Peters
2/10/2014 15:47
Motorists' behaviour is the main reason for railway level-crossing accidents in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Thursday.
 
Water affairs loses track of billionsWater affairs loses track of billions
2/10/2014 15:20
Inadequate management systems and resulting poor record keeping involving billions of rands have earned water affairs a qualified annual audit report.
 
Education a tool for success: ZumaEducation a tool for success: Zuma
2/10/2014 13:46
Education must be used as an instrument to reverse the damage of apartheid, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday.
 
Salaries to be reviewed: ZumaSalaries to be reviewed: Zuma
2/10/2014 13:32
The salaries of teachers and health professionals are being reviewed, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday.
 
Concourt rules in amaShangana king caseConcourt rules in amaShangana king case
2/10/2014 13:15
A Constitutional Court ruling on Thursday effectively rejected a man's claim to be king of the amaShangana.
 
Teach indigenous languages: ZumaTeach indigenous languages: Zuma
2/10/2014 13:07
Teaching indigenous languages at schools should be made a priority, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday.
 
Pistorius brother was suspected of wiping phone data after killingPistorius brother was suspected of wiping phone data after killing
2/10/2014 12:29
Police suspected the brother of Oscar Pistorius of wiping data from the Olympian's phone in the days after he killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, a South African radio station claimed on Thursday.
 
Public protector reports R26m deficitPublic protector reports R26m deficit
2/10/2014 12:27
The public protector's office has reported a deficit of R26 million in its annual report due to rising staff and office overheads costs, and has issued another plea for a budget increase.
 
Rights groups condemn harmful religious practicesRights groups condemn harmful religious practices
2/10/2014 10:00
Religious practices that may be harmful and exploit the vulnerable should be stopped.
 
Three found guilty of various crimes in MuldersdriftThree found guilty of various crimes in Muldersdrift
2/10/2014 9:04
The High Court in Johannesburg, sitting in Palm Ridge, has found three men guilty of various crimes in Muldersdrift including the murder of a school girl
 
Gautrain service resume after cable theftGautrain service resume after cable theft
2/10/2014 8:56
The Gautrain train service between Hatfield and Park stations resumed operations on Thursday morning following earlier delays due to cable theft, operator Bombela Concession Company said.
 
Oscar spoke to ex before shooting: reportOscar spoke to ex before shooting: report
2/10/2014 7:37
Hours before Oscar Pistorius shot and killed Reeva Steenkamp, he had a nine minute phone conversation with his ex-girlfriend
 
Cable theft disrupts serviceCable theft disrupts service
2/10/2014 7:01
There were delays in the Gautrain train service between Hatfield and Park stations on Thursday morning due to cable theft, operator Bombela Concession Company said.
 
De Lille to give on nobel summitDe Lille to give on nobel summit
2/10/2014 5:12
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille will make an announcement on Thursday relating to the 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates to be held in the city.
 


 

 




classifieds

 
jobs

 
mobi
 



 




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