Alleged Phoenix drug supplier due in court
The 32-year-old was arrested by the Hawks at his business premises in Phoenix yesterday.
Gauteng Education MEC Lesufi emotionally drained by pupil deaths in province
In the latest tragedy on Monday, two pupils from Madibatlou Primary School in Olifantsfontein were killed in a taxi crash. It’s understood they were on their way to school at the time.
Lesufi: Forensic report into Enock Mpianzi’s death shocking
The Gauteng Education Department received the report over the weekend and shared it with the 13-year-old boy’s family.
Counselors visit school after 2 pupils die in taxi crash
A taxi - which was transporting an estimated 21 children to school - crashed into a motorbike on Old Pretoria Road in Midrand on Monday morning.
UPDATE: Biker, two pupils killed in Olifantsfontein taxi crash
It's understood a taxi carrying 21 pupils crashed into a motorbike on Old Pretoria Road in Midrand.
2 pupils killed in taxi crash in Olifantsfontein near Midrand
The Gauteng Education Department's Steve Mabona said that MEC Panyaza Lesufi was on his way to the victims' primary school.
Ipid: Samantha Radebe killed by police bullet
The 31-year-old woman was killed in shootout between police and alleged criminals in Alexandra last month.
‘We want service delivery in that City’, says Makhura about troubled Tshwane
ANC Gauteng leaders have gathered at the St Gorges hotel in Irene on Sunday at the party's assembly of cadres.
Reserve Bank starts process to sell its 50% stake in African Bank
African Bank was placed under the central bank's control in 2014 after nearly collapsing under the weight of bad loans.
Nedbank probing potential impact of data security breach
In a statement, Nedbank said none of its systems or client bank accounts had been compromised as a result of the issue at computer facilities.
Nedbank warns clients of potential impact in security breach
The bank said it investigated a security issue that occurred at the premises of a service provider called Computer Facilities.
Security guard shot in head in cash-in-transit heist near Spruitview
Paramedics said the man was found on the side of the road with a gunshot wound to his head.
Business rescue practitioners urged to intensify efforts to ease SAA's cash woes
The national carrier has scored a R3.5 billion cash injection from the Development Bank of Southern Africa aimed at helping with operations and improving productivity.
Eskom hopes rush hour power cut suspensions eases pressure on South Africans
The utility’s spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha said attempts were being made to ensure things were easier for South Africans.
8 pupils injured in Potchefstroom accident
Paramedics said the children, aged between six and 16, were travelling to school on Monday morning.
Unions warn of thousands of job losses should SAA collapse
The national carrier last month received R3.5 million in emergency funding from the Development Bank of Southern Africa and entered a form of bankruptcy protection in December.
Eskom halts load shedding for 2 hours to ease traffic congestion
Power cuts would then resume until 6 am on Tuesday morning.
City Power implements load shedding after losing generating capacity
The city managed to stave off power cuts since Friday due to additional capacity at the station.