Joburg police clear N12 highway after protest: Spokesperson Wayne Minnaar says the reason for the protest is unclear.
#RandReport: Rand eases amid global trade worries: Investors have been nervous about the Friday deadline when Washington is set to impose tariffs on $ 34 billion worth of goods from China.
Land hearings: Amendment will restore dignity of those who were wronged: Lefa Moshounyane says he was a little boy when his grandfather was moved from his farm in Excelsior by the apartheid government.
Samwu founding president Petrus Mashishi has died: The union says Mashishi passed away at his home in Johannesburg earlier on Wednesday.
NPO sends condolences to Zuma family following death of son: The foundation’s Kgali Tshabalala says the tragic news is an opportunity to raise awareness around lupus, which is often misdiagnosed and misunderstood.
Nxesi blames lapse in system for ministerial rent arrears: Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi says members of the executive are ‘fully committed’ to paying rent for their official residences.
WC Human Settlements vows to respond to residents’ concerns: Dozens of residents who live in low-cost housing and some backyard dwellers marched to the provincial legislature and handed over a memorandum of grievances.
NMB councillor convicted of fraud & money laundering gets bail: ANC’s Bongo Nombiba was on Wednesday released on R2,000 bail in the Port Elizabeth Commercial Crimes Court.
Sassa: Payment systems starting to stabilise: Sassa has told Parliament’s Social Development Committee on Wednesday the system is being monitored hourly, and beneficiaries will get their money by Friday.
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