Ashwin Willemse pleased with SuperSport probe into walkout: The former Springbok player says he appreciates the process undertaken by SuperSport and the complexity of the issues are very profound.
Zimbabwe applies to rejoin Commonwealth, invites poll observers: The southern African nation formally quit the Commonwealth after then leader Robert Mugabe came under criticism over disputed elections and land seizures from white farmers.
WC Education Dept gives Equal Education deadline after sex harassment claims: Three former Equal Education officials have been accused of sexual harassment by several women in the organisation.
Msimanga wants full audit of staff after Aucamp qualifications scandal: It emerged last week that Solly Msimanga’s now former chief of staff Marietha Aucamp was appointed to the post despite the fact that she only holds a matric.
Sassa to explain irregular expenditure of over R1 billion: Sassa’s irregular expenditure has been growing over the past three financial years, mostly due to disputed security contracts, which remain unresolved.
Joburg police probing two more cash-in-transit heists: A cash vehicle came under attack at Jabulani Mall in Soweto on Monday while another was targeted at a petrol station in Kempton Park.
Durban authorities investigate fatal wall collapse: Two children, aged five and seven, were killed in the incident.
Metrorail pleased with increased security measures: Since March, 70 suspected cable thieves have been netted.
Fedusa members to consider govt public service wage offer: The deal will see lower-level employees receive a 7% increase, while mid and senior-level staff will receive 6.6% and 6% hikes, respectively.
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