IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa must apologise for the economic marginalisation and oppression of the Coloured community. That’s the demand of the Gauteng Total shutdown Organising Committee.
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow announce measures to prevent Eskom from shutting down in April.
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa has made a few changes to his cabinet.
IN THIS BULLETIN: Banyana Banyana are two weeks away from debuting at the Fifa Women’s World Cup. Sponsor Sasol hosted the last of the send-offs for the senior women’s team before their date with destiny.
IN THIS BULLETIN: Zimbabwean police have increased visibility across the country ahead of the much-anticipated election next week. Hotspots are being monitored to ensure people’s safety.
IN THIS BULLETIN: There’s light at the end of the tunnel for students who owe universities money. Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor has allocated close to a billion rand to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, to settle the historic debt.
IN THIS BULLETIN: The Court of Arbitration for Sport is set to announce its decision on the IAAF’S controversial female classification regulations on Wednesday.
IN THIS BULLETIN: The Gauteng government evacuates all its buildings in Johannesburg following Wednesday’s deadly blaze.
IN THIS BULLETIN: The Ivory Park Taxi Association says they are confused about the murder of their members in KwaZulu-Natal. 11 people died, four were wounded and two escaped unharmed when their taxi came under fire.
IN THIS BULLETIN: Violent scenes have been captured on the streets of Harare in Zimbabwe. Live ammunition has been fired at protesting voters in the capital. Zanu-PF has won the majority of Parliamentary seats.