Former DA Parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said she ‘smells a rat’ in the DA’s attempts at ousting Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille.
If you’re a taxi commuter, you’ll have to dig a bit deeper as fares increase on Wednesday.
Eskom was forced to implement rotational load-shedding to deal with power constraints brought on by wildcat strikes by employees which disrupted operations at some power plants.
Marchers will hand over a memorandum of demands to the government at the Union Buildings.
The ANC has said it will not pursue land reform in a way that threatens food security or economic growth.
That’s after he refused to step down following a no-confidence vote in council last week.
The IFP was briefing the media on the outcomes of this weekend’s Policy Review Summit.
Eskom has warned electricity consumers of the risk of rotational load-shedding on Tuesday evening due to possible industrial action.
Last month a systems failure resulted in an estimated 700,000 social grant beneficiaries not receiving their payouts from SASSA on time.
South African Police Services spokesperson, Brigadier Vish Naidoo, said the incident took place along the R68 between Dundee and Nqutu in the north of KwaZulu-Natal.
Police are on the scene at the Roodepoort magistrate’s court after four cash heist suspects escaped.
As from Wednesday, the increase for local distance taxis will be between R1 and R10 while long distance taxi rides would cost between R1 and R20 more.
General Solly Shoke will address rumours of an alleged averted coup in South Africa and the carrying of arms to Cuba.
Eskom said pockets of picketing have had no direct impact on their operations on Tuesday.
Tensions are simmering in Kimberley as Sol Plaatje’s mayor refuses to leave office.
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Gautrain commuters were left stranded after workers embarked on a protected strike following a deadlock in wage negotiations.
Errol Present was one of four people arrested during a heist in Dobsonville, Soweto, earlier this month.
The Democratic Alliance and the taxi industry will march to Treasury against high fuel prices.
The national power supply threatened as wage talks between Eskom and unions deadlock
He says the relations go back to 1963.