Dlamini spoke to the media on Thursday evening about his arrest outside the Johannesburg Central Prison, where he is being detained.
Dlamini was arrested shortly after he came out of the Kaya FM studios in Parktown, where he had had an interview.
Electricity wires were reportedly running across and beneath the vehicle which had an accident on Stellenberg road around Pretoria East.
Another government used building has received a notice of unpaid rent by the landlords but the Department says it’s no fault of its own.
Motorists are urged to plan their trips carefully as SANRAL has released a road closure schedule for the N1 in Centurion.
The EFF says Ramaphosa is desperate to hold on to the power the pandemic afforded him and doesn’t want to end the State of Disaster.
A graphic video circulating online shows community members of the Skierlik informal settlement in Mamelodi take the law into their own hands.
City of Tshwane Mayor, Randall Williams said the municipality is intending to terminate the services of those involved in the strike
The e-hailing strike turned ugly this afternoon when a police officer was allegedly disarmed by striking drivers.
A video of a man seemingly bribing a SAPS officer in Kempton Park has gone viral online as SAns try to wrap their heads around it.
Approximately 50 homes were affected by the flooding in Onverwacht in Cullinan, Pretoria East
on Tuesday morning.
The City of Tshwane has restored power in most areas after residents were without electricity for over 5 days.
It is not yet clear what caused the fire which gutted approximately 400 shacks at the Cemetery View informal settlement in Pretoria East.
Government has been accused of dragging its feet when it comes to properly criminalising illegal mining in South Africa.
Laudium residents who have had no electricity since Tuesday say they are considering taking the City of Tshwane to court.
The Kopanang Africa Against Xenophobia (KAAX) is planning to go to court after JMPD reportedly prohibited their planned march.
The Tshwane Bus Service has been suspended until further notice due to protest action by residents who have had no power for over 4 days.
The N4 highway will remain closed for some time to allow for investigations. There was a CIT robbery on Thursday night in Tshwane.
SAPS and TMPD members are escorting fearful and non-striking employees of the City of Tshwane to restore power in affected areas.
Police said the SAPS clerk caught on camera slapping a woman is facing a charge of assault as well as internal disciplinary procedure.
Unisa had to postpone graduation ceremonies set for this week after NEHAWU members allegedly disrupted them over salary disputes.
The woman was allegedly tortured, starved, burnt, and beaten at a JHB Frail Care Centre and her family has opened a case at the police.
SAPS have arrested three undocumented foreign nationals for impersonating labour inspectors and conducting inspections in various stores.
The SA Weather Service (SAWS) has issued a warning for more disruptive rain, flood warning issued in these provinces on Tuesday.