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Numsa General Secretary Irvin Jim speaks about what metalworkers expect from employers, and the possibility of strikes in the tyre, auto, motor and energy sector.
Michael Bagraim speaks to eNCA about the case of South African doctor, Cyril Karabus
Another incident of Traffic Officer brutality in Middelburg Mpumalanga
Cape Town police have opened an inquest docket, Following the death of a three-year-old girl. Jordin Lewis died after being exposed to toxic waste, dumped illegally in Delft.
Eskom's spokesperson explains why the power utility was unable to get maintenance completed in summer.
Community members are outraged after three suspects accused of assaulting a Limpopo widow were released on bail. Esther Mankge was beaten by CB security staff members while the workers filmed the attack on a cellphone.
At least two thirds of Western Cape youths would have consumed alcohol by the time they turn 16. Half of them would also have smoked tobacco. These are the findings of a new survey of the Medical Research Council.
Built in 1921, this four-masted sailing ship, the Sedov, first visited our shores in 1936. 77 years later, the old lady still looks in her prime.
The revised Protection of State Information Bill has reached the final stretch of its road through parliament. But two years on, it's no longer deemed a major threat to whistle blowers and journalists.
KwaZulu-Natal school fields have become murder and rape scenes. One school alone has seen more than five bodies being removed from its playground since 2009.