Victims of the Native Land Act forced removals, who were forcibly moved into so-called Homelands, have received R12 million in compensation.
Cosatu in Mpumalanga says it was denied entry to the Lily Mine in Barberton where three workers were still trapped after a crown pillar collapsed.
Under-fire former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana claims there is a political conspiracy against him, led by board chairman Popo Molefe.
While Thuli Madonsela is still in office until October, the hunt for her successor kicks of after President Zuma’s State of the Nation address.
Eskom issued a notice to interrupt bulk electricity supply to Madibeng, with the municipality reportedly owing over R22m in unpaid bills.
The 29 DUT students and staff arrested for gathering illegally in an #OutsourcingMustFall protest have been freed.
The younger generation needs to be taught about SA’s leaders, particularly Inkosi Albert Luthuli, KZN Premier Senzo Mchunu said.
The Public Protector’s Office has stepped in to get two derelict Public Works houses in Scottburgh, KZN, demolished.