Advocate Tintswalo Annah Nana Makhubele’s resignation kicks-in with immediate effect.
The miners who were trapped from around 4pm were recused at 9pm after a five ordeal at Kloof Thuthukani Shaft in Westonaria.
The Johannesburg Roads Agency is calling on all roadusers to exercise caution and patience when travelling across bridges.
Sasaa applied to extend the contract, allowing for a transitional phase between the Post Office and CPS.
The DA goes to court to stop the state from paying Jacob Zuma’s legal fees.
Overnight rain in Gauteng has wreaked havoc on the road system and people living in low-lying areas have been warned to monitor water levels. Watch.
Several families have been left homeless in townships around Tshwane.
Deputy President David Mabuza has criticised the government for its role in tackling TB and HIV/Aids and says it should improve its capacity for the sake of patients.
Areas affected by flash flooding have been closed to traffic.
Warrant Officer Moremi Modisane testified that he believed the accused’s version that the boy had jumped from a moving bakkie.
Millions of people from troubled African countries have moved to South Africa, fleeing political and economic hardships back home, to the resentment of some locals who accuse them
Authorities are monitoring the situation as heavy rains continue to batter parts of Gauteng.
Continous rains have resulted in flash floods in parts of Johannesburg and authorities warned motorists to be cautious because many low-lying bridges had become flooded.
The heavy rains are expected across five provinces, bringing with them the risk of flash floods.
The party’s highest decision-making body meets in Cape Town at the weekend.
The F4SD allegedly expelled the councillors for laziness.
‘It is alleged that the syndicate utilised fraudulent documents to purchase vehicles for their personal benefit,’ spokesperson Nomthandazo Mnisi said.
‘The truck was stopped along the N1 about 10 km’s outside Colesberg to Hanover on Wednesday at about 18:00. The truck was en’ route from Mpumalanga to Cape Town’.
The Mgeni system, vital in the supply of KwaZulu-Natal’s water needs, has “significantly improved”, leaving some dams overflowing.