The strike by petrol attendants and car repair workers affiliated to Numsa will continue until the union's demands are met, says Numsa's Irvin Jim.
Cope was not in a position to hold a credible elective congress in May 2010, party president Mosiuoa Lekota has told the high court in Johannesburg.
Police changed their version of events at Marikana to fit the evidence of expert witnesses, the Farlam commission of inquiry heard.
Police did not foresee the reaction of protesting Lonmin miners to the deployment of barbed wire, the Farlam commission has heard.
The nine police officers accused of killing taxi driver Emidio Macia have been denied bail by the Benoni Magistrate's Court.
Striking Marikana miners carried weapons for protection, after hearing that NUM members had killed two miners, the Farlam commission of inquiry heard.
A hacker has claimed responsibility for disrupting three South African government websites.
The High Court in Johannesburg has extended an order halting the demolition of houses in Lenasia Extension 13.
Newspaper reports say Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela has been suspended three weeks after tweeting a controversial reference to prison rape.
The SA National Defence Union says it's not surprising soldiers invited Malema to visit them - this after military bases were placed on "high alert".