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1 day ago
Sassa boss in hot water for defying minister
Sassa boss in hot water for defying minister
Politics

Sassa chief executive Thokozani Magwaza allegedly wrote to the SA Post Office head requesting they take over the payment of social grants.

1 day ago
Probe after chaos mars Joburg council sitting
Probe after chaos mars Joburg council sitting
Gauteng

An investigation is to be held into security breaches after protesters smashed their way into the City of Joburg’s council chamber.

1 day ago
Opposition bay for Makhura's blood
Opposition bay for Makhura's blood
Politics

Opposition parties in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature have demanded that Premier David Makhura resign over the Esidimeni deaths.

1 day ago
Molefe in the firing line over new appointment
Molefe in the firing line over new appointment
Politics

The appointment of Brian Molefe as an ANC MP has sparked a row in Parliament, with opposition members objecting to his presence.

2 days ago
Joburg council meeting resumes, protesters will be charged
Joburg council meeting resumes, protesters will be charged
Gauteng

The City of Joburg monthly council meeting has resumed after it was disrupted by protesters from [email protected] earlier on Thursday afternoon.

2 days ago
Popcru welcomes more cop cars, police stations
Popcru welcomes more cop cars, police stations
Crime & Courts

New police stations and new vehicles should be the priority of the SAPS but foreign expertise to fight crime is a no-no for now, Popcru says.

2 days ago
Heavy rains help Vaal Dam levels to new high
Heavy rains help Vaal Dam levels to new high
Gauteng

The Vaal area received over 107 millimeters of rain in the last few days, helping the Vaal Dam go up by nearly 10 percent - the highest in two years.

2 days ago
#Budget2017: Land reform money 'a drop in the ocean'
#Budget2017: Land reform money 'a drop in the ocean'
Politics

We shouldn't buy land that was stolen from us - Black First Land First leader

2 days ago
Vaal Dam at 71% ... but Gauteng must still save water
Vaal Dam at 71% ... but Gauteng must still save water
Gauteng

The recent heavy rainfall in Gauteng has brought relief for the Vaal River system but the drought isn't over, says Department of Water and Sanitation.