Mirah Langer

Wildcat strikes at mines continue

Wildcat strikes at platinum, gold, coal, diamond, chrome and iron ore mines continued across a number of provinces.

Not the criminals of the year

Although crime remains a serious concern, the South African Police Service shared some of its lighter moments of 2010 with the public.

Sonjica: ‘Weak’ climate agreement disappointing

The agreement to which SA was a signatory at the UN climate-change talks last week is ''not acceptable'', Environment Minister Buyelwa Sonjica says.

Rautenbach served with Hyundai papers at Selebi trial

Billy Rautenbach was served with papers related to the affairs of the Hyundai group during his appearance at the trial of Jackie Selebi on Thursday.

Selebi trial told of cheque stubs marked ‘chief’

Witness Martin Flint told the Jackie Selebi trial on Friday how he cashed cheques for Glenn Agliotti marked ''c.o.p'' or ''chief'' on the stubs.

Agliotti: Ngcuka approached about Rautenbach

Glenn Agliotti approached then Director of Public Prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka about Billy Rautenbach's tax issues, the court heard on Friday.

Agliotti: State witness and fall guy?

State witness Glenn Agliotti on Friday seemed to transform himself into the fall guy for any dodgy dealings with former police chief Jackie Selebi.

Agliotti: Selebi never gave me ‘improper assistance’

State witness Glenn Agliotti seemed to switch sides in court on Friday, announcing that he never obtained ''improper assistance'' from Jackie Selebi.

Sword killer Harmse sentenced to 20 years in jail

Morne Harmse was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment by the high court in Johannesburg on Thursday for killing of a schoolboy with a sword.

Motata will be back at work soon, court hears

Judge Nkola Motata will on Wednesday afternoon be handed his sentence for drunken driving in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court.

BRT system hits the ground running

The Rea Vaya coaches were the new celebrities in town as they completed their first journey from central Johannesburg to Soweto on Sunday.

Tsvangirai calls for SA investment

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has called for South African investment in his country, saying SA companies understood the environment.

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