Refugees march for legal recognition

2018-06-20 22:49

In a ruling the appeals court declared unlawful the decision by the Department of Home Affairs to close the Cape Town refugee reception office in 2012, and ordered the department to re-open it by March 2018. But as yet the office has not re-opened.

Two major national routes remain closed due to protest action

2018-06-20 17:17

Protest action and a blockade have closed two major national routes - the N3 toll route between Durban and Johannesburg at Van Reenen's pass, and the N2 in the Southern Cape.

2 trucks set alight in KZN protest

2018-06-19 13:17

Two trucks have been set alight in a violent protest on the N2 in Mtubatuba, KwaZulu-Natal police say.

WATCH: Protests on the Greece-Macedonia border as Macedonia changes its name

2018-06-18 18:08

Police fire tear gas at protesters gathered at the Greece-Macedonia border as foreign ministers from both nations signed an accord to rename the former Yugoslav republic the "Republic of North Macedonia".

Watch FIFA World Cup at a pub - Eskom on latest load shedding alert

2018-06-17 09:55

Watch the FIFA Soccer World Cup at a pub or at a family or friend who is not on the day’s load-shedding schedule, Eskom says in its latest load shedding notice.

Nelson Mandela Bay services grind to a halt as Samwu strike intensifies

2018-06-15 19:09

Traffic and driving licence centres have been closed while refuse collection services have also been disrupted.

Sacci concerned about impact of Eskom load shedding on manufacturing

2018-06-15 15:35

Load shedding in the light of ongoing protest action at Eskom is impacting SA's economy negatively, warns the CEO of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Charlotte Maxeke protest caused almost R3m damage, SAHRC inquiry hears

2018-06-15 05:21

Costs could increase as the hospital still has to receive the water bill, CEO Gladys Bogoshi says.

Solly Msimanga addresses concerns in Eersterust

2018-06-14 21:35

Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga has acknowledged the frustrations of Eersterust residents.

WATCH: Police shoot woman in face during Eersterust protests

2018-06-13 16:11

Several people, including a woman who was shot in the face and two journalists from The Citizen, have been injured after police opened fire on protesters. Watch.


N2 remains closed at George and Knysna due to protest action

2018-06-20 21:39

Certain sections of the N2 in the Southern Cape have been closed due to ongoing protest action.

Protests close two major national routes

2018-06-20 10:44

Two major national routes have been blocked by protesters: the N3 at Van Reenen's Pass in KwaZulu-Natal and the N2 through the Western Cape town of George.

Protest shuts down part of Cape Town's N2

2018-06-19 11:09

The road has been reopened, but traffic in the area is still gridlocked.

Eskom load shedding will hurt economy and add to weakness - economist

2018-06-17 17:00

Eskom's current load shedding will add to the weakness of the South African economy which is already battling, says economist Mike Schüssler.

A wage hike will ‘derail Eskom recovery’

2018-06-17 05:59

The wage dispute between Eskom and two major unions representing its workers might significantly slow the power utility’s turnaround if it has to find extra money to meet their demands.

Service delivery protests flare up in East London

2018-06-15 18:36

Police say residents of Fynbos and Egoli Buffalo Flats are protesting over poor service delivery and the allocation of RDP houses.

16 people arrested after attack on Eersterust police station

2018-06-15 12:35

Sixteen people have been arrested after an attack on the Eersterust police station, east of Pretoria, according to Gauteng police.

WATCH: Police hunt for suspects in Eersterust police station attack

2018-06-14 22:43

Police believe that "criminal elements" within the community are taking advantage of the service delivery protest.

Parts of N2 near Knysna closed due to protests for the second night in a row

2018-06-13 20:53

Sections of the N2 near Knysna have been closed off due to protest action.

Protesters, elderly woman injured after Tshwane metro cops fire rubber bullets

2018-06-13 12:29

Tshwane metro police have allegedly shot and injured several people, including an elderly woman, after they used rubber bullets to disperse protesters who had blockaded several roads in Eersterust.

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