NGO Women on Farms wins Action for Equity Award: The organisation won the award from the London School of Economics for its work in addressing challenges and inequalities faced by women farmworkers and farmworkers in general.
Bail for former acting crime intelligence boss, 3 others: Pat Mokushane, his wife Zandile and Brigadiers Leonora Phetlhe and Tiyani Hlungwani – who are accused of fraud and corruption – made a brief appearance in court before being granted bail of R5,000 each.
Eskom obtains court interdict to stop strike, pickets: Despite about 60% of employees returning to work on Friday, acts of violence and intimidation continue.
Series of violent protests keep Southern Cape police busy: Police spokesperson Malcolm Pojie says officers have had their hands full with violent protests in at least three different communities this week.
SABC extends public submissions deadline for commissions of inquiry: The public broadcaster announced last month that it had set up two high-level commissions of inquiry to investigate abuse at the corporation.
Eersterust community warns govt against ignoring their demands: Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Uhuru Moiloa is heading to the township to speak to residents about their service delivery concerns.
WC govt outlines housing opportunities plan: The Human Settlements Department officials have met with all 25 municipalities in the province to discuss the recent protests related to land and housing.
Woman sought in connection with deadly Mitchells Plain fire: Two girls, aged 6 months and 3 years, died when flame ripped through their wendy house in Colorado Park earlier this week.
Parliament hands over state capture evidence to Zondo inquiry: House chairperson Cedric Frolick revealed during a budget debate that he handed over volumes of transcripts and other evidence to lead investigator Terence Nombembe.
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