Fri Oct 20 08:41:43 CAT 2017

Molefe comes to Koko's rescue in disciplinary inquiry

Suspended Eskom executive Matshela Koko has revealed the ace up his sleeve in disciplinary proceedings currently under way at Megawatt Park‚ the Johannesburg head office of the state power utility.

Jerome Booysen apparently targeted in hospital

Suspected Cape Town gang boss Jerome “Donkie” Booysen appears to have been the target of another attack on Thursday night‚ sources said.

'It is no longer a question of "if" your info was leaked'

The largest data in South African history has just got bigger. And your information has most likely been leaked‚ too.

The government doesn't really care about us: father of Esidimeni victim

Family members of psychiatric patients who died earlier this year hold an ‘Esidimeni 37’ prayer vigil outside Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu’s offices yesterday. The 37 patients died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni into the care of NGOs. Findings of the investigation into the tragedy would be released next month, health ombudsman Professor Malegapuru Makgoba said. Picture Creditc: Antonio Muchave. ©Sowetan “The government doesn’t really care about us. The words ‘Batho Pele’ written in government offices don’t mean anything to them.”

'Department not doing enough to support violated pupils'

Man has been arrested for sexually harassing about 54 primary schooll pipuls at AB  Xuma primry school at Orlando,Soweto. / Veli Nhlapo Some of the parents of pupils at AB Xuma Primary School in Soweto have accused the Gauteng department of education of failing to provide adequate support for their children after reports of sexual assault surfaced at the school.

Zuma working to ensure state capture inquiry happens ‘soon’‚ says Ramaphosa

President Jacob Zuma. Photo: Moeletsi Mabe Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says President Jacob Zuma is working to ensure that a commission of inquiry into state capture happens “soon“.

Eight people arrested in Eastern Cape for fraud at vehicle testing centres

Eight people‚ including vehicle examiners‚ have been arrested by the National Traffic Anti-Corruption Unit in a crackdown on fraudulent and corrupt issuing of vehicle roadworthy certificates in the Eastern Cape‚ the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said on Thursday.

Zikalala says parties must share blame for KZN killings

The ANC cannot be the only party to carry blame when it comes to political killings in KwaZulu-Natal‚ according to provincial ANC chairperson Sihle Zikalala.

Ramaphosa addresses rumours that he will be next to get the axe

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed rumours that he is next in line to get the axe‚ telling Parliament that he serves at the pleasure of the president.

Five arrested for trying to bribe bank official to unblock account containing R31m

Five suspects are expected to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Friday for allegedly trying to bribe a bank official to release a block status on an account containing R31-million rand.

SAA will not be privatised‚ says cabinet

Cabinet is not ready to cut its losses with the embattled South African Airways‚ with Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi saying cabinet was not considering privatising the national airliner.

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