A man on the run from police after allegedly shooting and wounding his 16 year old daughter who had just laid rape charge against him has shot and killed two ...View Article
The North West Provincial Legislature Standing Committee on Provincial Public Accounts (SCOPA) is investigating irregular expenditure of COVID-19 relief funds ...View Article
North West MEC for Cooperative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs, Mothibedi Gordon Kegakilwe has died due to COVID-19 complications. This w ...View Article
Tributes continue to pour in for prominent South Africans who died over the weekend including veteran actress Mary Twala and legendary playwright Welcome Msom ...View Article
The Information Communication Technology Union (ICTU) has declared what it calls temporary victory in its bid to halt retrenchments at mobile network provider ...View Article
The North West Education Department has condemned the burning of three classrooms earmarked to accommodate returning grades 6 and 11 learners at Ramaine-A- Ph ...View Article
The Department of Basic Education has announced that the second group to be phased in will be grade R, 6 and 11 learners starting on the 6th of July. This is ...View Article
A family of a 25-year-old teacher who was brutally murdered in Magong village in Rustenburg in the North West, said it is deeply hurt by how she was killed. ...View Article
Johannesburg law enforcement agencies fired rubber bullets to disperse angry residents of Zandspruit, West of Johannesburg, who took to the streets to demand ...View Article
With calls mounting on the Department of Basic Education to reconsider its decision to reopen schools because of the surge of COVID-19 infections across the c ...View Article
Grade 12 learners of Boitshoko Secondary School in Majemantsho village in Mahikeng have decided to stop going to school out of fear of COVID-19.
While t ...View Article
More than 233 000 learners have applied for entry to Gauteng schools in the past five days.
The Gauteng Department of Education confirmed on Monday that ...View Article
Minister of Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula, called on the taxi industry to adhere to COVID-19 lockdown regulations and give the National Coronavirus Comma ...View Article
The South African National Taxi Council (SANTACO) has declared war against government, vowing that it would from Monday start loading taxis to full capa ...View Article
A 67-year-old woman from Meadowlands Zone 1 in Soweto and her five-year-old granddaughter passed away on Saturday morning from smoke inhallation.
It is ...View Article
Just two weeks since schools reopened, the number of teachers and learners testing positive for COVID-19 continues to rise and academic activities are being d ...View Article
North West MEC for Social Development, Boitumelo Moiloa, has encouraged men and young men to utilise services of men's forums to get help to deal with anger i ...View Article
Sex workers in Roodepoort in the west of Johannesburg have spoken out about the unintended consequences of the national lockdown on their livelihood. &n ...View Article
The Public Service Commission (PSC) has warned that schools are not ready to fully reopen next month. This comes as the number of positive COVID-19 cases incr ...View Article
As the second phasing in of learners gets closer, teacher unions have raised concern that schools are not adequately prepared to receive more learners on 6 Ju ...View Article
Alleged land invaders in Elandsfontein have threatened to attack the law enforcement officers who raided their illegal structures.
On Thursday the Red A ...View Article
South Africans will have to wait to hear whether there is a prospect of success in the application for leave to appeal the rationality and constitutionality o ...View Article
Minister of Arts, Culture and Sport, Nathi Mthethwa, has given a green light to the resumption of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) matches.
Mthethw ...View Article
Some teachers in the North West have accused the department of education in the province of exposing them to COVID-19 by failing to immediately alert them to ...View Article
Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, has warned of a bleak economic future caused by COVID-19, a disease that causes coronavirus.
Mboweni said this while ...View Article
The case against a man accused of killing Tshegofatso Pule has been postponement to 2 July.
31-year-old, Muzikayise Malephane, made a brief appear ...View Article
Eskom in the North West is considering implementing load reduction in response to overloaded transformers and to also prevent the risk of damage due to illega ...View Article
As South Africa reaches the 100 000 positive COVID-19 cases mark, the country is also preparing to start its first vaccine trial this week. Wits University an ...View Article
The unemployment rate in South Africa has increased by one percentage point to 30.1% and black women remain “vulnerable to the labour market” as their ave ...View Article
Former President, Jacob Zuma, is likely to have corruption trial against him kicked off on 8 September. The KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg on Tu ...View Article