African business owners fear SA future

African business owners say they are fearful of their future in the country, in the wake of the xenophobic violence.

Two questioned about cop murder

The 25-year-old was off duty and unarmed when he was attacked by identified men.

Numsa reveals political interests

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has confirmed speculation that they will be launching a political party.

Four still hospitalised after Jan Smuts crash

The crash between two Metrobuses on Jan Smuts Avenue in Johannesburg killed three people, including a pregnant woman.

South Africa will always welcome migrants – Zuma

South Africa will not turn away migrants fleeing arbitrary rule and persecution in other parts of the continent, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday evening.

Num wants 75 percent hike for entry-level workers

The National Union of Mineworkers want new workers salaries to start at around R10,000 instead of the current R5,700.


Joburg is a migrant city - get used to it

Joburg Councillor Phumzile Sithole says Gauteng residents have to make peace with the fact that Johannesburg is a migrant city.


School head hopes to use music to inspire pupils

Umlazi High School hosted members of the French Alma Chamber Orchestra, who gave the school’s pupils a valuable lesson in classical music.