SABC News - Johannesburg


Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's office has not responded to Oakbay Investments comments on its court bid.
Oakbay hits back at Gordhan’s court bid

Friday 20 January 2017 19:55

Gupta owned - Oakbay Investments has labelled a court bid by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan as bizarre.


Nsfas applicants have urged to make sure that their documents are both correct and clear.
Final day of  NSFAS two-weeks extension for applications

Friday 20 January 2017 14:24

Students who require funding from NSFAS have until Friday midnight to apply.


Keagen Dolly set to undergo medical assessment at Montpellier

Friday 20 January 2017 14:11

Bafana Bafana and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly is just a step or two away from completing a move to 2012 French Champions Montpellier.


Mosweu has been with the SABC for the past eight years.
SABC appoints Mosweu to act in Hlaudi’s position

Friday 20 January 2017 11:02

The South African Broadcasting Corporation has appointed Keobokile Mosweu as Acting Group Executive of Corporate Affairs.


The investigating officer of the case found that the twins had allegedly been active on social media prior to their arrests, allegedly discussing matters that could incriminate them.
Thulsie twins to appear in court

Friday 20 January 2017 07:32

Terror suspect twins Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie are expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court Friday morning.


SA mines killed 73 people in 2016

Thursday 19 January 2017 20:03

The mining industry continues to be a risky working environment for mineworkers in the country.


Mbuso Mandela, 24, was arrested last week for failing to pay maintenance for his three-year old daughter.
Mbuso Mandela released on bail in child support matter

Thursday 19 January 2017 11:26

Mbuso Mandela, who inherited R4 million from his grandfather Nelson Mandela’s estate, was on Thursday released on bail at the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court.


Some legitimate colleges have been found offering unregistered courses.
Govt tightening grip on colleges offering unaccredited courses

Wednesday 18 January 2017 21:21

The Department of Higher Education and Training is tightening the grip on private colleges offering unaccredited and unregistered courses.


SA students increasingly seeking overseas opportunities to study

Wednesday 18 January 2017 19:45

South Africans are increasingly seeking overseas opportunities to study medicine.


Statistics South Africa says poultry meat was one of the main food inflation drivers in December.
Stats SA attributes higher CPI to increases in poultry meat prices

Wednesday 18 January 2017 16:49

Statistics South Africa has attributed the higher than expected Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) partly to the sharp increases in the price of poultry meat.


Banyana captain relishes her US move

Wednesday 18 January 2017 15:31

Banyana Banyana Captain Janine van Wyk has made an impression on Houston Dash Coach Randy Waldrum when they played the American national team in July.


Shortly before 11pm, paramedics arrived on the scene where they found the bus and the articulated truck.
Two killed in separate Gauteng accidents

Wednesday 18 January 2017 08:25

A bus driver, believed to be 28 years old, was killed when his bus collided with a truck on the N12 in Westonaria, west of Johannesburg on Tuesday night.


The World Bank has warned that South Africa's economic growth is too slow to alleviate poverty.
World Bank urges SA to use tax incentives to promote economic growth

Tuesday 17 January 2017 21:31

The World Bank says government should use its tax incentives more effectively to attract private investment and grow the economy.


CCTV footage brings new information to police killing case

Tuesday 17 January 2017 20:40

A video that has gone viral showing the killing in Ekurhuleni of a Katlehong policeman could play a key role in the investigation into the matter.


Mantashe questions different handling of State Capture, CIEX reports

Tuesday 17 January 2017 16:00

ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe has questioned the different handling by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela of the CIEX report mentioning Absa and of the State of Capture report.


SA mining production lower than expected

Tuesday 17 January 2017 15:14

South Africa's mining production fell more than expected in November.


De Villiers looking forward to returning on 'Pink Day'

Tuesday 17 January 2017 14:26

The Proteas' hope of stretching their impressive Pink Day record are being boosted with the return of key batsmen, AB de Villiers, who's returning following elbow surgery.


The SACP says the money should be recovered and used for developmental purposes.
SACP calls for probe into apartheid state looting

Tuesday 17 January 2017 05:28

The South African Communist Party (SACP) has called for a full investigation into the alleged looting of state coffers during the apartheid era.


Ford has recalled its 1.6 Kuga vehicles.
Family of Reshall Jimmy aims to take action against Ford

Monday 16 January 2017 21:49

The family of Reshall Jimmy, who was killed in a Ford Kuga 1.6 when it went up in flames, say they still intend to take action against Ford.


A report by Oxfam says that the gap between the rich and poor is greater than previously estimated.
Poor getting poorer says Oxfam

Monday 16 January 2017 20:50

Oxfam say that the gap between the rich and poor is greater than previously estimated.


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