Three policemen in Eastern Cape court for kidnapping

Police said the arrests and court appearance of the two constables and a sergeant from Mthatha SAPS relate to an incident on 14 May when the officers kidnapped a man in Dutywa.

Cash-strapped North West health department removes nurses

North West department of health has denied that it had removed community service nurses from work on Wednesday.

Police presence as Mamelodi buses stay put

Taxi owners in the area claim the City of Tshwane gave them permission to take over the Putco bus route.

Authorities clamp down on Uber

Uber says it's trying to comply with obtaining public transport operating permits, but there have been backlogs at traffic departments.

Pensioners shot during robbery at pay out point in Soshanguve

Nine people were wounded when robbers opened fire on Fidelity guards transporting money to a pay out point at the Soshanguve Mall on Wednesday morning .

City Power: Switch off appliances to avoid extended load-shedding

Leaving appliances on during load-shedding results in a system overload once the lights go back on and causes some neighbourhoods to experience outages beyond their allotted time.


Could Lonmin face loss of mining licence?

If government decides to hold Lonmin accountable for its failure to provide decent accommodation for its employees, the company could lose its mining licence.


Seriti hopes to complete commission's report before year’s end

Judge Willie Seriti said, “We will however endeavour to submit it much sooner than stipulated in the terms of reference,” that being December 31, 2015.