The looming taxi fare increase has commuters up in arms. Regular taxi commuters in and around Tshwane say any possible fare increases will make life more difficult.
The proposed hike of pre-paid electricity tariffs by the City of Johannesburg has been met with shock and outrage by residents.
The National Council Against Smoking (NCAS) has reiterated to the public the health implications that could occur as a result of smoking.
The United Nations is to test drones equipped with mapping sensors and atomizers to spray pesticides in parts of east Africa battling an invasion of desert locusts that are ravaging crops and exacerbating a hunger crisis.
European leaders warned Libya’s internationally recognised prime minister on Wednesday against allowing Turkish troops on Libyan soil or agreeing to a natural gas deal with Turkey to avoid worsening the latest turmoil in the country.
The National Assembly’s first female Serjeant at Arms, Regina Mohlomi, is effectively on retirement from 1 January.
The National Assembly has unanimously passed a motion to bid farewell to Searjent-at-arms Regina Mohlomi who will retire with effect from January the first next year.
The chairperson of the Security Cluster, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, has admitted that government does not know who is behind the recent spate of violence and looting in parts of Johannesburg.
Spain and Italy appear to have struck a deal that will see the 107 migrants stranded in the Mediterranean for 18 days disembark at the Spanish port of Mallorca, Spanish rescue ship Open Arms said on Monday.
Talks with Britain on amending its divorce deal with the European Union have made no headway and no swift solution is in sight, EU officials said on Wednesday, a week before British lawmakers must vote on the planto avoid a chaotic Brexit.