Mon Mar 02 09:20:01 SAST 2015
Gospel Time - is it time up?

POPULAR SABC2 gospel music TV show Gospel Time is set to go off air at the end of March..

Contractor to testify in Tongaat probe

The chief executive of Gralio Precast, Jay Singh, is expected to testify at the commission of inquiry into the 2013 Tongaat mall collapse on Monday. [25] comments

Numsa allies will not participate in Cosatu

Cosatu president Sidumo Dlamini walks past Numsa supporters. Picture Credit: Veli Nhlapo Eight affiliates of the Congress of SA Trade Unions have pledged not to participate in the federation's meetings until the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) is reinstated. [11] comments

Inaction over R2 million alleged Nedlac graft

The DA on Sunday demanded answers over the apparent inaction of Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant following a forensic audit report detailing alleged corruption by two former Nedlac executives. [15] comments

Zuma stands by his JSE remarks

President Jacob Zuma on Sunday reiterated his previous assertion pinning black ownership of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange at three percent, the Presidency said. [34] comments

Do not take law into own hands: Mpumalanga MEC

Community members should not take the law into their own hands, Mpumalanga community safety MEC Vusi Shongwe said on Sunday. [4] comments

Zuma welcomes Kotane and Marks home

Struggle icons Moses Kotane and JB Marks were on Sunday given a heroes' welcome by President Jacob Zuma during a ceremony for the repatriation of their remains from Russia. [11] comments

Zuma, a burden to ANC and society - South Africans must demand the best in office

MY PREVIOUS column was predicated on Karl Popper's question: "How can we so organise political institutions that bad or incompetent rulers can be prevented from doing too much damage?" [34] comments

Court gives EFF KZN Assembly go ahead

The High Court in Durban has ruled in favour of the EFF's provincial people's assembly (PPA) taking place over the weekend, the party said on Friday. [2] comments

Legal Aid joins eviction battle - tenants out on the street

LEGAL Aid South Africa will investigate the alleged hijacking of houses and illegal evictions of tenants in Turffontein, Johannesburg. [2] comments

One billion young people at risk of hearing loss from loud music: WHO

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When 'pimp my ride' goes wrong

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Linda Sibiya on bail for fraud

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Ex-Bafana star's gang used signal jammer in heist

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Sbu dishes out leadership advice

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