[LISTEN] Is hands-free kit while driving a safer option?: A report by the International Transport Forum (ITF) says that as many as 25% of crashes on South African roads are caused by using cellphones while driving, even with it’s via hands-free kit.
Memorial service held for 5 miners who died at Sibanye-Stillwater: Management says the families will be receiving support from the company which has also expressed concern by the number of fatalities at its mines.
Truck drivers protest causes traffic backlog on Van Reenen’s Pass: Law enforcement and emergency services are on the scene.
[LISTEN] DA details rescue plan to transform SOEs: The Democratic Alliance (DA) says SOEs represent a major risk to the economy with government guarantees reaching R466 billion in the 2017/18 financial year.
‘Political parties shouldn’t get more money from taxpayers’: Cosatu told a parliamentary hearing on Wednesday that this would be unpalatable to the public given the high levels of state corruption, and pending job cuts in the public service.
#RandReport: Rand recovers after soft CPI data, EM rebound: At 1300 GMT the rand was 1.15% firmer at 13.5850 per dollar, pulling away from the crucial 14.00 mark that traders said would trigger deeper losses.
Should teaching be considered ‘an essential service’?: According to the Labour Relations Act, essential service workers could endanger the life, safety and health of citizens if they go on strike.
CT residents, businesses vow to stick to new water saving habits: Officials have, however, urged residents to continue saving water so that dam reserves can build up ahead of summer.
Strike action by workers at EC universities delay exams: Authorities on both Walter Sisulu University and the University of Fort Hare have postponed exams indefinitely leaving students at a loose end.
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