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On Tuesday, employees from several plastic companies protested and attacked the Gundle Plastic group in Germiston. They allegedly barged through the gate and assaulted two workers and damaged 30 cars, of which three were set alight.
A video has surfaced showing a number of people looting a small spaza shop in Dobsonville over the weekend. The incident which took place on Saturday, shows a group of people running from the store with a handful of items taken from inside.
A jolly Santa Claus managed to do what he does best at a beach in Cape Town this weekend, putting smiles on many children's faces in a rather unexpected fashion.
Thanks to a chance encounter this summer, Land Rover has fulfilled a lifelong dream of retired employee Dorothy Peters to go off-road in the vehicle she worked with 70 years ago.
As the busy festive season looms, bringing with it what is expected to be a heavy flow of traffic on the N3, those tasked with keeping travellers safe are getting themselves ready.
Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) leader prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi says corruption has become endemic in South Africa. He added that people must do as much as they can to expose the corrupt politicians.
The Robben Island Museum held a 12-hour night vigil on the island where communities could reflect, share and comment on the history of struggle and its prisoners.
Meet Bongani and Mbali. Two robots built by 9 school pupils involved in the robotics course of the Melisizwe Computer Labs Project in Johannesburg.
"Our people shouldn't have to travel for hours and hours to work." That was the message from President Cyril Ramaphosa at the launch of the Atlantis Special Economic Zone in Cape Town on Thursday.
Witness Chauke is not afraid to speak truth to power. He says it was for this reason that his contract was terminated. He was the chairman of his group of (NUMSA) members at Eskom before his contract was terminated.
When Tshepang's* first child was born, he dropped out of school to seek work. He has worked as a contractor at various state entities. His current contract sees his salary filtered through two labour broking companies before it reaches him.
The De Hoek Plaza located in Heidelburg, Gauteng, on a normal day in December 5, 2017 saw 715 motor vehicles pass the tolls at 3pm and saw 2,621 motor vehicles pass through its lanes on it busiest day December 22, 2017, during the same hour.
Two groups marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Wednesday. The groups requested President Cyril Ramaphosa receive their memoranda who failed to appear. WATCH.
Zulu Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi shares his fondest memories of Nelson Mandela, on the fifth anniversary of Nelson Mandela's death.