Eskom’s Abraham Masango cleared of all charges: Abraham Masango was suspended in November last year following a forensic investigation that alleged he was involved in serious misconduct.
EFF’s bid to challenge Riotous Assemblies Act struck from court roll: The party argues that the apartheid-era piece of legislation is unconstitutional and should be repealed. The parties will meet with the deputy judge president to have a special hearing date set down.
No signs of suicide found at Susan Rohde’s death scene, court told: Jason Rohde is accused of killing Susan Rohde at the Spier wine estate near Stellenbosch in July 2016. He claims she committed suicide.
No indication that Prasa, Metrorail members will support Saftu strike: The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) is leading the one-day industrial action opposing changes to labour laws and a proposed national minimum wage of R20 an hour.
Call for troubled Mahumapelo to appear before Parly inquiry: Parliament’s Home Affairs committee is one of four ordered last year by the House chairperson to investigate matters related to state capture.
NW ANC calls for suspension of Revolutionary Council members: Members of Revolutionary Council are demanding Premier Supra Mahumapelo be removed from office. ANC says evidence of maladministration and corruption needs to be presented first.
[LISTEN] City of CT ready for heavy rain: Spokesperson for the City of Cape Town‘s Disaster Risk Management Centre Mandy Thomas says the city has a winter preparedness task team where risks are assessed and vulnerable areas identified.
Numsa calls on members to join Saftu march: Numsa says the strike is a rejection of the R20 an hour minimum wage which its labelled ‘an insult’.
Springbok legend Bryan Habana to retire at end of French rugby season: Habana, who started his rugby career at the Lions in the 2003/04 season, has just announced his retirement from professional rugby.
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