Other National & Provincial News
SAPS in driver training pact to save fleet24/4/2014 16:55
A driving course incorporated into the SA Police Service training will extend the lifespan and working condition of vehicles, Deputy Police Minister Maggie Sotyu said.
Electoral court to sit on Tlakula matter24/4/2014 16:18
The Electoral Court will hear an application by opposition parties to force IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula to resign, a court official said on Thursday.
Man jailed for raping niece24/4/2014 16:11
A Mpumalanga man was jailed for life by the Nelspruit Regional Court on Thursday for raping his seven-year-old niece.
Mpofu outlines plans for Gauteng24/4/2014 14:34
An EFF-led government in Gauteng will launch its own provincial land audit and report to residents within 100 days on past failures, the party's candidate for premier Dali Mpofu said on Thursday.
Madonsela in Time's top 10024/4/2014 14:19
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has been named in Time magazine's annual list of the most 100 influential people in the world, her office said on Thursday.
Kroonstad jail honours ex-con24/4/2014 12:38
Former political prisoner and a former inmate at Kroonstad Correctional Centre, Sularo Wilfred “Bizzah” Makhate, was honoured posthumously when the place was renamed Bizzah Makhate Correctional Centre.
Ad hoc committee on Nkandla postponed24/4/2014 12:07
Opposition parties argued on Thursday that President Jacob Zuma and Public Protector Thuli Madonsela should appear before the ad hoc committee set up to consider his response to her findings on the Nkandla controversy.
Malema responds to open letter24/4/2014 10:20
Punches are being thrown at all politicians in a "boxing match" ahead of the May 7 general election, EFF leader Julius Malema said.
Agang no ‘testosterone party’24/4/2014 10:03
Agang SA says it will not merely “appease the media” by conducting “testosterone-laden campaigns” as the May 7 election draws close.
Nkandla ad hoc committee to meet24/4/2014 9:26
The parliamentary ad hoc committee formed to consider the submissions by President Jacob Zuma in response to the Public Protector’s Nkandla report is set to meet for the first time on Thursday
State’s ammo case malicious – lawyer24/4/2014 9:22
Lawyer representing one of the country’s biggest arms and munitions manufacturers believe the state is clutching at straws regarding the theft of more than 90000 rounds of military ammunition.