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More healthcare workers needed in prisons
More healthcare workers needed in prisons

The Department of Correctional Services says it needs more healthcare workers to help it break the cycle of crime among offenders.

18 Sep 2014 08:06

Corrupt officials - 100 convictions sought
Corrupt officials - 100 convictions sought

Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Performance, Monitoring, Evaluation and Administration, Jeff Radebe, says government aims to achieve at least 100 convictions against people fingered for corruption in the public service.

11 Sep 2014 09:09

Security boost for SA malls after thefts
Security boost for SA malls after thefts

Gauteng police will increase visibility in and around some of the malls that have been identified as high-risk shopping areas, says Provincial Police Commissioner Lesetja Mothiba.

10 Sep 2014 09:29

Right2Know Campaign releases its 2014 'Secret State of the Nation' report
Right2Know Campaign releases its 2014 'Secret State of the Nation' report

What is telling is that the compilation of the report itself has been hampered by secrecy... information that would help inform a public debate on various issues, remains secret.

10 Sep 2014 08:42

Cele wants stock theft to have same priority as cash heists
Cele wants stock theft to have same priority as cash heists

Stock theft should be given the same level of priority and attention as cash heists in the fight against crime, says Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Deputy Minister General Bheki Cele.

9 Sep 2014 09:14

SAPS commemorates fallen comrades
SAPS commemorates fallen comrades

"My heart broke when I heard the news that he had passed on. But everything happens according to God's timing." These are the words of Alpheus Ngoepe, who lost his son, police Constable Harry Ngoepe, while he was on duty on 18 November last year.

8 Sep 2014 08:26

Committee to probe allegations against tax official
Committee to probe allegations against tax official

A Committee of Investigation has been set up to look into complaints of impropriety against Johann van Loggerenberg, a senior official at the South African Revenue Service (Sars).

4 Sep 2014 09:42

SADC sends observer team to Lesotho
SADC sends observer team to Lesotho

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) will send a facilitator to the Kingdom of Lesotho to work with that country's coalition government, as well as an observer team following reports of a "coup".

2 Sep 2014 12:04

'War Room' to help service delivery in Gauteng
'War Room' to help service delivery in Gauteng

The Gauteng Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has committed itself to setting up what it calls a Service Delivery War Room to improve its service to communities.

2 Sep 2014 07:43

AG to probe corruption in Westonaria
AG to probe corruption in Westonaria

The Auditor-General's (AG) office will commence its investigation into allegations of corruption and maladministration at the Westonaria Local Municipality.

1 Sep 2014 07:47

Legal Journalist of the Year Award 2014 - enter now
Legal Journalist of the Year Award 2014 - enter now

The Webber Wentzel Legal Journalist of the Year Award recognises outstanding work in the field of legal journalism.

28 Aug 2014 05:57

Diamond theft: suspects surrender to Hawks
Diamond theft: suspects surrender to Hawks

Eight men have handed themselves in to the Hawks in connection with the recent illicit diamond syndicate bust and will appear in the Kimberley Magistrate's Court today (26 August)

26 Aug 2014 08:46

Cops roughed up our reporter, says The Times
Cops roughed up our reporter, says The Times

A complaint of assault has been made against the Ekurhuleni metro police for manhandling a reporter from The Times...

25 Aug 2014 08:19

Measures implemented to reduce child labour and exploitation
Measures implemented to reduce child labour and exploitation

The Department of Labour says interventions to improve the social security and welfare of children have resulted in government being able to reduce the widespread use of child labour.

21 Aug 2014 07:38

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