27 July 2016, 13:28:37
HITTING BACK: Police officers try to restore calm to  Orange Farm

Rubber bullets fly in Kliptown‚ Soweto

Six people were arrested on Wednesday after they clashed with police during violent protests in Soweto.
ANC councillor candidate Nceba Dywili was shot dead on Tuesday night PICTURE: Marion Harning / Facebook

Assassinated candidates can still be elected

All the councillor candidates who have been recently killed across the country will still be fielded to contest their respective wards in the upcoming local government elections.

Fransman wins part of court challenge against ANC

Controversial African National Congress (ANC) Western Cape leader Marius Fransman has scored a minor court victory against his own party.

Pay hike for taxi drivers

The Department of Labour has increased the minimum wages for the taxi sector by an average of 6.2% as from August 1.

Sasol has ‘contingency plans’ for Thursday’s petrol workers’ strike

The Chemical‚ Energy‚ Paper‚ Printing‚ Wood and Allied Workers Union (Ceppwawu) will on Thursday embark on a nationwide protected strike.

Why the battle for Nelson Mandela Bay has captured South Africa’s attention

Political heavyweights from South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) and the country’s leading opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) have descended on Nelson Mandela Bay in a bid to woo voters ahead of local government elections.

Zuma must now pay: 'The swimming pool was never a fire pool and had no security element'

It's official - President Jacob Zuma will have to personally pay R7.8-million for unduly benefiting from the R246-million security upgrades at his Nkandla home.
ANC councillor candidate Nceba Dywili was shot dead on Tuesday night PICTURE: Marion Harning / Facebook

Nelson Mandela Bay councillor candidate shot dead after day of campaigning

Just hours before he was shot dead in Zwide on Tuesday night‚ Nelson Mandela Bay African National Congress (ANC) councillor candidate Nceba Dywili was busy with election work in Ward 4‚ Walmer.

SAHRC demands answers about homophobic pastor’s SA visit from Home Affairs

The South African Human Right Commission (SAHRC) wants to know more about why Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba can’t turn away a homophobic pastor who is headed to South Africa in September.
Phumulani Mall. Picture Credit: Chandre

At least 20 people injured as tornado batters Ekurhuleni (Photos)

At least 20 people were injured in a tornado that battered the City of Ekurhuleni on the East Rand on Tuesday afternoon.
Back to Top
© Times Media Group. All rights reserved.
Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy
Times Media Group