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12:56 (GMT+2) Tue, 23 May 2017
Small companies in South Africa need to be vigilant in the fight against cyber threats, says Professor Basie von Solms, Director of the Centre for Cyber Security at the University of Johannesburg.According to Von Solms, it is well known that there is
10:56 (GMT+2) Tue, 23 May 2017
A dentist from George who was rearrested at his practice, will remain in custody until his bail application on Wednesday.The accused, 42-year-old Ian Venter, was previously convicted of performing sexual acts on a friend’s minor son during a ho
09:12 (GMT+2) Tue, 23 May 2017
An allege rapist has been arrested while sitting in the Mossel Bay Regional court while waiting for the case of his alleged accomplice to start.The suspect was allegedly part of a group of four men who gang raped a woman in Asla Park last October.The
06:00 (GMT+2) Tue, 23 May 2017
JOHANNESBURG, May 22 (ANA) – The coalition government in Nelson Mandela Bay is stable, the leaders of the Democratic Alliance and the United Democratic said on Monday.“All parties affirmed a commitment to the continuance of the coalition,
22:42 (GMT+2) Mon, 22 May 2017
General Motors South Africa is expected to retrench close on 600 workers by July.That’s according to metal workers union, Numsa which said in a statement late Monday that GMSA had issued a notice of retrenchment to the CCMA in terms of section
20:00 (GMT+2) Mon, 22 May 2017
Eastern Cape Social Development MEC, Nancy Sihlwayi, said the recent past felt like a “week of the long knives” for mostly women and children in the Province.In a statement Monday, MEC Sihlwayi lamented the murders of two children and the
18:27 (GMT+2) Mon, 22 May 2017
Two global companies based in Port Elizabeth got a surprise visit from the Department of Labour on Monday.Mondelez International and Coca- Cola had been identified as companies who had previously not complied with certain labour law criteria, and whi