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Judge Bashier Vally ruled against Capitec Bank, giving Gupta-linked company Regiments Capital the go-ahead to sell its stake in the bank and settle losses suffered by the Transnet pension fund.
The Gauteng department of transport has announced that it will be helping taxi drivers enhance skills by fine tuning both their abilities on and off-road.
Political party COPE has been forced to close its Gauteng headquarters and retrench staff members over serious financial difficulties.
Politicians can make all the demands in the world but motorists recently gathered to drive home their opinion in the e-tolls debacle.
R1.2 billion in irregular expenditure has been found within the Gauteng Department of Education by the Auditor General. Despite the drama, Panyaza Lesufi insists he has it under control.
A motorcyclist from Lonehill, Johannesburg was confronted by a suspected robber outside his home and he decided to fight back. The man pulled out a gun and shot at the thug, who ran back to his car.