R6 000 compensation not enough says Ekurhuleni worker: Former participants in an Ekurhuleni municipal job creation programme are demanding permanent jobs.
Drugs, Viagra and hard cash among goods worth R1.7bn seized by taxman in early 2018: More than R1.7 billion worth of goods have been confiscated by customs officials in the first half of 2018, according to the taxman.
Deadly Grayston Drive bridge collapse inquiry completes its work: The inquiry into the Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist structural bridge collapse is waiting for legal representatives of interested stakeholders to submit written heads of argument, the Department of Labour has said.
Can Lions rekindle their fading coals?: The breakup of the team’s spine at competition’s end means it is do or die for the Lions’ title quest in Super Rugby in the next few weeks, says Rob Houwing.
Kwagga Smith set for Japanese stint: Lions loose forward Kwagga Smith has signed a short-term deal with Japanese club Yamaha Jubilo.
Swys: Even Federer loses sometimes!: Lions coach Swys de Bruin has tried to explain his side’s indifferent results in the 2018 edition of Super Rugby.
ANC Gauteng taken to court over Sedibeng regional conference: The ANC is set for yet another court battle – this time in Gauteng – as disgruntled members from at least four branches in Sedibeng seek to challenge the outcomes of a June 30 regional conference.
N14 highway blocked by protesters burning tyres, hurling stones at motorists: The N14 highway in Centurion has been blocked after protesters barricaded the road in both directions, burned tyres and hurled stones at passing motorists.
Armsta taxi association chairperson shot dead in Sandton: The chairperson of the Alexandra, Randburg, Midrand and Sandton Taxi Association (Armsta) and a second member have been shot dead in Marlboro, Sandton.
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