Selling fake medical certificates is ‘big business’ in Cape Town: A list of 10 illegally practising medical practitioners issuing bogus medical certificates for people to get off work in the Western Cape has been released by the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
City of Joburg’s anti-corruption unit makes major bust: The City of Johannesburg’s anti-corruption unit has made one of its biggest busts since its inception a year ago, with about R80 million worth of City Power equipment seized from sub-contractors.
No one injured in Auckland Park bus explosion: Authorities have confirmed that no one was injured when a Metrobus caught fire and exploded on Kingsway Avenue in Auckland Park, Johannesburg.
Two arrested for Fochville farmer’s murder a day after #BlackMonday: Two people have been arrested in connection with the killing of a 63-year-old farmer near Fochville on the West Rand.
I will not serve under Ramaphosa – Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina: Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina says he will resign if Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa wins the ANC’s December election.
A whole latte love for SA’s first-ever deaf barista champion: Mduduzi Lukhuleni is a Ciro Academy graduate who has made the deaf community proud by winning the first-ever Deaf Barista champion. Watch.
‘Makhura was not aware of Life Esidimeni patient transfer’ – Gauteng govt: The Gauteng provincial government has expressed “concern” over media reports that Premier David Makhura was aware of the transfer of Life Esidimeni patients to a number of unlicensed NGOs.
Makwakwa set to make a comeback, SARS insiders allege: SARS second-in-command Jonas Makwakwa, who has been suspended for more than a year, was expected to return to work this week, SARS insiders have alleged.
Man caught clocking 192km/h says he was ‘just rushing home’: Ekurhuleni traffic officials have arrested 11 motorists for excessive speeding, including one caught clocking 192km/h in a 120km/h zone.
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