29 July 2016, 17:08:37
Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs supporters. Picture credits: Ofentse Ratsie

Please come early‚ metro police urge soccer fans

The Johannesburg Metro Police Department has urged soccer fans attending the Soweto derby at FNB Stadium tomorrow to arrive early and to use public transport to reduce congestion.

Election ballot papers stolen in Soweto

Boxes containing ballot papers for next week’s election were stolen last night at Dobsonville in Soweto‚ the Electoral Commission said on Friday.

EFF election campaign disqualified for inciting racial violence against whites

An Economic Freedom Fighters Tshwane ward councillor candidate‚ Thabo Mabotja‚ has been disqualified from the local government nomination list after he called for white people to be “hacked and killed“.
Panyaza Lesufi Education MEC delivers his plans on providing, more than 61 000 matric students with tablets. Picture Credit: Gallo Images

Millions owed for school food

The Gauteng department of education has failed to pay service providers who supply poor pupils with food at school.

Letshego Zulu thanks the nation for 'overwhelming support'

It has no doubt been the hardest ten days for Gugu Zulu’s widow Letshego and their family‚ who bid a final farewell to the racing car driver on Thursday.

How Kgosientso Ramokgopa’s wife popped the bubbly when Didiza was named to replace him

The African National Congress (ANC) took a big risk in 2010 when it assigned a 34-year-old to be at the helm of the capital city of a democratic republic‚ said exiting Tshwane mayor Kgosientso “Sputla” Ramokgopa.

Petrol price is going to drop by R1‚ says AA

Motorists across South Africa have enjoy a #FeelGoodFriday moment: Fuel prices will plunge in August.

Shocking photos of Thulsie twins with 'explosives' revealed in court

Photographs lifted from digital devices belonging to terror accused twins Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie contain literature on bomb-making — and the brothers posing with what looks like a rifle‚ bomb belt and detonator.

Petrol stations have begun to run out of fuel‚ day 2 of strike

Petrol pumps have begun to run dry at some garages around the country on the second day of a wage strike‚ while queues are building at those that still have fuel.

Mantashe in escort row: Traffic cops ordered to do ANC duty

Traffic officers in Limpopo yesterday complained of abuse and exploitation after they were ordered to escort ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe to an electioneering event.
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