Joburg MMC Mpho Phalatse apologises for Israel comment: Phalatse was suspended shortly after she called Israel ‘a friend of the city’ during a speech at the South African friends of Israel national conference.
2 pupils die at school hostel fire in Limpopo: It’s understood the blaze broke out last night at the school near Groblersdal.
Eskom bags SA’s Most Attractive Employer Award: Eskom has walked away with two awards: one for South Africa’s most attractive employer for engineering and technology students and the other for professionals.
Ex-Gauteng Health MEC Hlongwa says he’s done nothing wrong: A report by the SIU has revealed details of alleged corruption worth R1.2 billion in the provincial health department between 2006 and 2009.
[WATCH] Vrygrond residents march to Civic Centre to demand better services: Some of their demands include a clinic, schools and a police station.
Sanca & TAG call for harsh action against drug lords, dealers: The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking is a United Nations campaign that aims to raise awareness around drug use and the effect that it has on society.
Bonteheuwel residents concerned about vandals during school break: Break-ins and incidents of vandalism are common at schools in some Cape Town communities over holiday periods, especially in areas where gang violence is rife.
Mercedes Benz invests R10bn in expansion of East London plant: The luxury carmaker’s new generation C-Class is one of the vehicles that will be built at the site.
[LISTEN] Khaya Sithole denies bringing accountancy profession into disrepute: Talk Radio 702 host Gugu Mhlungu speaks to former financial accounting lecturer at Wits University Khaya Sithole on Saica’s accusations against him.
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