Marikana inquiry cost R153m: report
10:30 (GMT+2), Sun, 05 July 2015
Johannesburg - The Marikana inquiry into the killing of 34 mineworkers in 2012 cost a total of R153 million, according to the Sunday Times.
SA's R600 million train blunder
08:39 (GMT+2), Sun, 05 July 2015
Johannesburg - South African railways officials imported brand new locomotives from Europe worth hundreds of millions of rand despite explicit warnings that the trains...
Tunisia president declares emergency
06:59 (GMT+2), Sun, 05 July 2015
Tunis - Tunisian President Beji Caid Essibsi on Saturday declared a state of emergency in the country, a week after 38 tourists were killed in an attack on a holiday...
Govt in bid to educate millions without Grade 9
06:57 (GMT+2), Sun, 05 July 2015
Johannesburg – The government intends to provide education for about 12 million adults and youth with less than a Grade 9 by opening Community Education and Training...
Water shouldn’t be politicised: DA
09:27 (GMT+2), Sat, 04 July 2015
Bloemfontein - The DA in the Free State says the supply of water to residents should not be a political issue.
NPA files papers in 'spy tapes' case
07:30 (GMT+2), Sat, 04 July 2015
Pretoria - After failing to file its head of arguments in the so-called "spy tapes" case last month, the National Prosecuting Authority finally did so on Friday.
Mangaung Metro implements water restrictions
07:25 (GMT+2), Sat, 04 July 2015
Bloemfontein - The Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality has taken a decision to start implementing water restrictions in Mangaung for the first time in 32 years.
NW government appoints new director general
07:06 (GMT+2), Sat, 04 July 2015
Rustenburg - Former chief operation officer of the national department of co-operative governance and traditional affairs, Dr Lydia Keneilwe Sebego has been appointed as...
Marikana miners threaten to occupy houses illegally
07:05 (GMT+2), Sat, 04 July 2015
Rustenburg - Mineworkers in Marikana have threatened to forcefully occupy housing units in Marikana Extension 2, the North West portfolio committee on local government...
Vise-rektor klim Berg Fuji om beursgeld in te samel
18:09 (GMT+2), Fri, 03 July 2015
Port Elizabeth - Die vise-kanselier van die Nelson Mandela Metropolitaanse Universiteit, Derrick Swartz, gaan aanstaande maand die berg Fuji in Japan uitklim om beursgeld...