Other National & Provincial News
Government unions walk out of talks19/6/2013 20:01
The Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union (Imatu) and the SA Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) walked out of negotiations with the SA Local Government Association (Salga) on Wednesday.
ANC suspends two mayors for defying party19/6/2013 15:00
The ANC’s provincial disciplinary committee has slapped two mayors with three-year suspension each from the party for defying directives to step down.
'No, you can’t honour Obama'19/6/2013 12:58
US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle will be welcomed by a series of achievement awards and a string of anti-US protests when they set foot in South Africa at the end of the month.
DA plans new motion against Mathale19/6/2013 11:25
The DA plans to file another motion of no confidence against Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale after reports of alleged travel abuse on Wednesday.
R100 000 reward for info on top cop killing19/6/2013 10:57
Gauteng police chief Mzwandile Petros offered R100 000 rewards on Wednesday for anyone who can assist the police with information regarding the killing of Maj-Gen Tirhani Simon Maswanganyi.
Motsepe gives R12m to Cape Town areas19/6/2013 10:09
Mining magnate and billionaire Patrice Motsepe has donated R12 million to help rid Cape Town of poverty and unemployment, the Cape Argus reported on Wednesday.
Malema's allies shun new party: Report19/6/2013 10:05
Julius Malema's former allies do not want to be associated with his new political formation, the Sowetan newspaper reported on Wednesday.
ANC withdraws Mazibuko weight remark18/6/2013 19:04
Senior ANC MP John Jeffery formally withdrew his controversial remark about DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko's weight and apologised to her on Tuesday.
Ramphele questions election processes18/6/2013 17:05
The soon-to-be-launched political party, Agang SA, has concerns about the independence of elections, its leader Mamphela Ramphele said on Tuesday.
DA quiet about suspension: ANC18/6/2013 16:18
The Democratic Alliance was very quiet about the suspension of its Eastern Cape councillor who circulated a racist e-mail, the ANC said on Tuesday.