SABC News - Pretoria


Interdict granted against EFF from threatening Guptas

Tuesday 9 February 2016 20:27

The High Court in Pretoria has interdicted Julius Malema and the EFF from threatening the Gupta family and journalists working for their companies.


Gauteng health denies typhoid death

Monday 8 February 2016 17:31

A patient who was treated for typhoid at the George Mukhari Hospital in Ga-Rankuwa has died, but the Gauteng Health department denies that typhoid was the cause of death.


Out-sourced workers at TUT's Pretoria West campus still on strike

Monday 8 February 2016 14:17

Strike action by out-sourced workers at TUT Pretoria West campus is continuing.


Zuma visits Marabastad taxi rank

Monday 8 February 2016 11:30

President Jacob Zuma arrived to a rousing welcome at the Marabastad business market and taxi rank in Pretoria.


ANCYL fully behind Gupta family

Monday 8 February 2016 05:46

The African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) says the Gupta family is going nowhere and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) should accept that.


 President Jacob Zuma.
Opposition parties pose no threat to ANC: Zuma

Saturday 6 February 2016 06:28

President Jacob Zuma says opposition political parties pose no threat to the African National Congress's (ANC) quest to maintain its authority as the country's governing party.


Charges dropped against striking TUT workers

Friday 5 February 2016 17:14

The criminal charges against four arrested striking TUT Pretoria west “Outsourcing-Must-Fall workers”, who spent the night in a Pretoria jail, have been withdrawn due to lack of evidence.


TUT management still prepared to engage striking workers

Friday 5 February 2016 10:05

Tshwane University of Technology management says they are still prepared to engage with striking workers to find an ever lasting solution to the two weeks long impasse.


Court finds unconstitutional section in immigration law

Thursday 4 February 2016 12:15

The High Court has ruled that a section of the Immigration Act is unconstitutional as it allows for immigrants to be detained without any court oversight.


New SAPS structures expected to improve police work

Tuesday 2 February 2016 07:11

The new structures within the South African Police Service (SAPS) are in line with its new Back to Basics approach.


Economic challenges set to dominate agenda at Cabinet lekgotla

Tuesday 2 February 2016 05:54

Government's plans to boost investor confidence and stimulate economic growth will come under discussion at the Cabinet Lekgotla which gets underway in Pretoria on Tuesday morning.


No pending charges against Bethuel Zuma: Phahlane

Monday 1 February 2016 15:25

Acting National Police Commissioner, Kgomotso Phahlane, says there are no pending criminal or disciplinary cases against Lieutenant-General Bethuel Zuma.


Cops monitor TUT protesting staff

Monday 1 February 2016 10:24

Police are having their hands full trying to negotiate with striking Tshwane University of Technology's (TUT)’s contract workers at the main campus in Pretoria west.


Biography of renowned sociologist Prof Herbert Vilakazi

Sunday 31 January 2016 19:18

One of South Africa’s leading sociologists, a foremost scholar in Marxism /Leninism and prolific public intellectual, Professor Herbert Vilakazi passed away in the afternoon of 26 January 2016


Stuart Baxter replaced Gordon Igessund as Head Coach of SuperSport United earlier this week.
Baxter hits ground running leading SuperSport to 1-0 win

Saturday 30 January 2016 21:23

Newly-appointed SuperSport United coach Stuart Baxter led his side to a 1-0 Premiership victory over Free State Stars at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday evening.


The High Court ruled that television pay channel M-Net should reinstate Gareth Cliff as a judge.
ANCYL protest is discouraging to South African youth:Cliff

Saturday 30 January 2016 15:51

Media personality, Gareth Cliff says the ANC Youth League's decision to stage protests outside the venue of the Idols SA audition in Durban is discouraging to South African youth.


Motshekga announces CEM recommendations

Friday 29 January 2016 13:26

The Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, announced the recommendations of the Council of Education Ministers in Pretoria on Friday.


Mining deaths on a steady decline in SA: Report

Thursday 28 January 2016 17:47

Mineral Resources Minister, Mosebenzi Zwane, says there's been a downward trend in the annual figures of fatalities in the mining industry over the past year.


The workers still demand permanent secured jobs, a minimum wage of R10 000 and the permanent scrapping of outsourcing of services at the institution.
TUT workers reject new deal

Thursday 28 January 2016 17:18

Outsourced workers at the Tshwane University of Technology have rejected an agreement reached between the university's management and Nehawu.


The ANC is confident of retaining all metropolitan municipalities
ANC Lekgotla tackles SA's economic woes

Thursday 28 January 2016 12:15

The African National Congress has vowed to take action against economic challenges facing the country.


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