Free Sate contractor used sewage water22/5/2013 15:43
Labour inspectors have clamped down on a Free State contractor using sewage water to suppress dust while building a new road, an official said on Wednesday.
NPA may proceed for freezing of bishop’s assets22/5/2013 15:19
A famous Port Elizabeth bishop, Rev Samuel Banzana, has not yet approached the offices of the National Prosecuting Authority to oppose or appeal the ruling of Port Elizabeth High Court which ordered for his assets to be seized two weeks ago
Mokonyane details Eldorado Park anti-drug plan22/5/2013 11:13
Four children, including an eight-year-old, have been removed from "lolli lounges" in Eldorado Park in the past week, Gauteng premier Nomvula Mokonyane said on Wednesday.
KZN man arrested for murder22/5/2013 10:59
A man has been arrested for the murder of a 23-year-old in Umlazi, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Wednesday
Woman dies after nine year coma22/5/2013 8:50
A woman who was in a coma for nine years has died at St Theresa's hospice in Kimberley, The Star reported on Wednesday.
Cape Town cyclist killed22/5/2013 8:45
A Cape Town cyclist died when he swerved to avoid traffic and fell under a bus while on his way to work, The Cape Times reported.
Ndebele scolds ‘grasshopper’ youth21/5/2013 23:09
Correctional Services Minister Sbusiso Ndebele has labelled youth who engage in violent service delivery protests and “izikhothane” a “grasshopper generation”.
Public ‘on brink of war’21/5/2013 22:54
Police involved in a drug survey in Eldorado Park said residents allege that officials from the local police station are involved in underground drug dealing with narcotics bosses.
Free State MEC warns doctors21/5/2013 20:35
The Free State is considering a forensic probe into alleged abuse of privilege by state doctors doing private work, health MEC Benny Malakoane said on Tuesday.
Anger as accused walks21/5/2013 20:22
Outrage greeted the news that charges against one of the men accused in the brutal rape of Anene Booysen were withdrawn at the Bredasdorp Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
Western Cape toll interdict welcomed21/5/2013 19:21
The Western Cape High Court's decision to halt the proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project pending a review was welcomed from various quarters on Tuesday.
Top cop heard of killings later21/5/2013 19:07
It was strange for police commander Maj-Gen Charl Annandale to claim he only heard of a second Marikana shooting 40 minutes after it occurred, the Farlam Commission heard on Tuesday.
Officials appear over corruption21/5/2013 19:04
Three home affairs officials stationed at the Oshoek Border Post appeared in court on Tuesday on corruption-related charges, Mpumalanga police said.