Other National & Provincial News
Historic deal for Lonmin30/7/2014 1:35
The Baapo ba Mogale tribe in the troubled platinum belt in North West are expected to sign an historic deal today, which will give the community a 2% stake in the company.
Remington recalls thousands of rifles30/7/2014 1:09
Thousands of Remington model 700 and seven rifles with x-mark pro triggers are being recalled throughout South Africa due to safety hazards to consumers, says the National Consumer Commission (NCC) yesterday.
DID outlines budget30/7/2014 12:53
The Gauteng department of infrastructure development (DID) has increased its budget by 8%, from R1.6bn in the 2013/14 financial year to R2bn in this financial year.
‘No need for panic over Ebola’30/7/2014 12:18
The Department of Health says South Africans need not panic about the deadliest Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.
Hoskins to hold UKZN talk30/7/2014 12:07
Rugby has been used effectively in the country to forge reconciliation after the dawn of democracy.
Six unions sign metals wage deal29/7/2014 19:38
Six unions in the metals and engineering sector signed a wage deal with most employers on Tuesday, bringing a four-week strike to an end.
Plekenpol murder trial postponed29/7/2014 19:15
A Pretoria man was beaten up so violently that he had a fractured skull, ribs, breastbone, jaw, cheek and nose and sustained serious injuries to his neck, brain and heart.
Attempt to hide footage: Chaskalson29/7/2014 16:53
There was an attempt to hide an incident where Lonmin security guards shot rubber bullets at striking Marikana miners, from the Farlam Commission of Inquiry, an evidence leader said on Tuesday.
Pylon not yet rebuilt: Eskom29/7/2014 16:08
An electricity pylon that collapsed in Slovoville, Soweto, may only be reconstructed by the end of the week, and power cuts will continue until then, Eskom said on Tuesday.
Three Soweto men wanted for murder29/7/2014 15:47
Police were searching for three men who allegedly killed a man and hijacked his car in Zola, Soweto, on Tuesday, Gauteng police said.
MUT student arrested, teargas fired29/7/2014 15:41
Police stormed a residence at Durban's Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) and arrested a student during protests on Tuesday.