Other National & Provincial News
Gauteng on high water alert: MEC30/9/2014 21:10
Gauteng's provincial leaders are on high alert and ready to respond to water-related problems that may re-surface in the near future, co-operative governance MEC Jacob Mamabolo said on Tuesday.
TAC not facing imminent closure30/9/2014 20:44
The Treatment Action Campaign is not facing imminent closure, but will have to make "tough decisions" if it does not get more funding, it said on Tuesday.
IFP concerned about Khuma quake victims30/9/2014 20:18
The Inkatha Freedom Party on Tuesday expressed concern about residents of Khuma, in the North West, whose homes have not been repaired following the earthquake in August.
Bogus Soweto traditional healer case postponed30/9/2014 19:57
A bogus traditional healer, accused of stealing money from a man who paid him to enlarge his genitals, appeared in the Protea Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, Gauteng police said.
Water shortages in Amathole district30/9/2014 19:38
The flow of water in the Eastern Cape's Amathole district has been disrupted due to a power failure at a substation which powers the municipality's pump station, it said on Tuesday.
Transformation still a way to go: Olifant30/9/2014 18:52
There was still a long way to go to transform South Africa and this would require everyone working together, Labour Minister Mildred Olifant said on Tuesday.
Community service for killing friend30/9/2014 18:43
An Mpumalanga first-year mechanical engineering student found guilty of stabbing his friend to death during a tavern brawl has been handed an effective three-year community service sentence.
Zuma not responsible for Nkandla: ANC30/9/2014 17:50
ANC MPs moved to absolve President Jacob Zuma of any wrongdoing in the Nkandla controversy as they unilaterally pursued Parliament's consideration of the matter following an opposition walkout.
Miners relive Marikana shooting30/9/2014 17:44
Lonmin miners who survived the August 16, 2012 shootings at Marikana said they were haunted by memories of the confrontation with police.
At 69, South African satirist keeps laughing30/9/2014 17:22
A cross-dressing South African satirist who lampooned the leaders of white racist rule decades ago says there is plenty to laugh at 20 years after the end of apartheid.
Beware of censorship: US Ambassador30/9/2014 17:15
South Africa has to be wary of attempts to censor the media such as SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's recent suggestion that journalists be licensed.
Bookkeeper faces muliple fraud charges30/9/2014 16:59
A young woman who allegedly stole more than R800,000 from her employer made her first appearance in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court, Cape Town, on Tuesday.
Nxesi's spending probe welcomed30/9/2014 16:34
The SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA) on Tuesday welcomed Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi's announcement of a probe into the department's irregular expenditure.