SAHRC calls on police to double efforts in Kranskop after unrest

2018-08-17 17:53

The SA Human Rights Commission has called on police to double their efforts in Kranskop, KwaZulu-Natal following unrest between a local farmer and the community.

Police watchdog probes cops over missing fisherman, attempted murder cases opened

2018-08-17 08:38

South Africa's police watchdog has opened two cases of attempted murder following the disappearance of a Hout Bay fisherman during an anti-poaching operation.

Hout Bay unrest: Police suspend search for missing fisherman, protesters loot market

2018-08-14 17:30

The search for a missing fisherman, whose disappearance sparked violent protests in Hout Bay, has been suspended.

Police shotgun taken in Hermanus protests recovered

2018-08-13 21:56

Police have recovered the third firearm – a shotgun - taken from police during violent protests in Zwelihle, in Hermanus.

Academic studies resume at Fort Hare university after eight-week strike

2018-08-13 17:40

The university has confirmed that academic activity is back to normal at both its campuses.

Papppi preaches against fuel price increases, leads Durban protest

2018-08-13 13:22

A leader of People Against Petrol and Paraffin Price Increases says the organisation wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to issue a moratorium on all future interests in petrol prices.

Man accused of attacking cop during Zwelihle unrest granted bail

2018-08-10 13:37

A man accused of attacking a police officer during unrest in Zwelihle, Hermanus has succeeded in his bid for freedom after the Hermanus Magistrate's Court released him on bail.

'Violence is the only language our government understands'

2018-08-08 07:01

A resident of Ngcobo, where the community has been protesting for better roads, says they are tired of empty promises.

1 dead, tractor set alight, truck looted in KZN protest

2018-08-06 20:53

Police say Colenso residents went on a rampage and barricaded the R74 between Colenso and Weenen with rocks.

Western Cape taxi strike expected on Monday

2018-08-05 23:02

Western Cape taxi drivers are expected to go on strike on Monday.


12 more students arrested on UKZN's Westville campus

2018-08-17 17:49

Twelve more students have been arrested for public violence on the University of KwaZulu-Natal's Westville campus.

Marikana massacre: 'No evidence strikers fired on police at Scene 2' – ISS

2018-08-15 15:17

The Institute for Security Studies has presented new research to reconstruct what truly happened at the fatal Scene 2 of the Marikana massacre.

Swedish leader voices anger after dozens of cars are burned

2018-08-14 13:19

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven lashes out at those who set fire to dozens of cars in southwest Sweden, asking them 'what the heck are you doing?'

Hangberg protests turn violent, father demands answers on missing fisherman son

2018-08-13 21:50

The government says it will urgently address volatility in the Hout Bay harbour after violent protests continued.

17 students arrested after clashing with cops at UKZN's Westville campus

2018-08-13 16:05

Seventeen students have been arrested for public violence after clashing with police at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Santaco and ANC to provide feedback on possible taxi strike

2018-08-10 14:28

ANC members of the Western Cape legislature and the SA National Taxi Council are expected to deliver feedback on a meeting relating to a possible provincial taxi strike.

Driver's licence applicants not affected by strike at card production facility - Nzimande

2018-08-08 11:43

Driver's licence applications will not be affected by the current impasse between the Department of Transport and Driving Licence Card Account employees, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has assured South Africans.

Cape taxi strike called off

2018-08-06 22:19

The violent taxi strike that saw at least three buses set alight in the Western Cape has been called off.

We are not behind Stellenbosch wine farm occupation - EFF councillor

2018-08-06 18:32

The EFF has denied that it was behind an alleged Stellenbosch "land invasion" which escalated into clashes with police around Kayamandi.

Digital activism: A new wave or nah?

2018-08-05 11:48

As a young woman living under the most progressive Constitution, I often wonder how the women of 1956 organised themselves without social media, writes Kgalalelo Kedijang.

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