Tear down the walls
WITH soaring crime rates pushing homeowners to fortify their properties, high walls meant to keep criminals out have become the residents’ biggest threat ...
Levy fails to reduce bags
SOUTH Africans has spent over R1,1 billion on plastic bags in the past decade.
This was the answer Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene gave to a parliamentary question by DA MP Timothy Brauteseth.
Nene said the levy ...
Polite robbers party
Bizarre robbery gangsters tie up residents, swig booze, leave with loot
Post office union tables ‘final counter-proposal’
The Communication Workers’ Union (CWU) yesterday tabled a final revised wage demand to the SA Post Office (Sapo), the union said.
Longer wait for sex case teacher[P]
THE Durban drama teacher accused of paying his students for sexual favours will spend another five weeks in jail — while police cyber-sleuths wade through reams of evidence.
ANC says public protector does not need more funds
The ANC deems that the public protector (PP) does not need more money, despite her pleas that her office is a “technically insolvent”.
A meeting of the portfolio committee on justice yesterday made no mention of any assistance.
New-look PMB shown at IRPTN system meeting[P]
THE face of the Pietermaritzburg CBD could be barely recognisable in five years if the proposed Msunduzi Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network (IRPTN) system ...