Residence occupiers, workers and a manager were part of 62 people killed on South African farms during the 2017/18 financial year, annual crime statistics have revealed.
More of the men and women in blue, who are tasked with the responsibility of safeguarding citizens, are being killed while they are on or off duty.
Nyanga township in the Western Cape still has the highest murder rate, while Johannesburg Central police station tops the list of the top 30 police stations when it comes to the number of contact crimes reported over the past year.
The Department of Labour’s Deputy Minister, Inkosi Phathekile Holomisa, is today leading a delegation to visit the Somerset West Denel plant, where eight people died following an explosion on Monday.
South Africa is likely to exit its technical recession in the third quarter, the Bureau of Economic Research (BER) said on Tuesday.
A reward of R1m is being offered for information about an armed robbery in Cape Town that left one security guard dead and another injured, cash-in-transit company SBV Services said on Sunday.
Education Minister Angie Motshekga has urged young people to be the best that they can be as the country’s future depends on them.
The Department of Tourism has entered into a three-year partnership with Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa to train 200 beach stewards to enhance tourism facilities and services at 50 Blue Flag beaches.
Government has invited citizens around the country to use Thusong Service Centres to empower themselves with information, especially on government services.
South African citizens wanting to study towards a formal qualification in the transport, engineering or built environment fields have until 15 September 2016 to apply for a Masakh’iSizwe bursary.