Nafcoc enters liquor fray

In a show of solidarity with local liquor traders, the Ekurhuleni branch of the National Federated Chamber of Commerce (Nafcoc) has joined forces against what the head of the regional business body, George Ratswana, described as “the undermining of black local businesses”.

Liquor raids set to continue: police

Lt Col Kobus Rautenbach, the head of the Gauteng SAPS’ Liquor Control Unit, told Kathorus MAIL that he will not be deterred by the recent setback and allegations of racism made against him following his recent swoops against illegal shebeens.

R12-billion set aside for local business

The City of Ekurhuleni has set aside R12-billion to ensure youth-owned businesses and Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprises (SMMEs) reposition themselves as capable and preferred service providers to government.

Three family members murdered in Spruitview

The Katlehong SAPS are investigating a triple murder after three family members were found killed in their home in the upmarket suburb of Spruitview last night.

Liquor raids infuriate

Scores of angry tavern owners, both local and from different townships around Ekurhuleni, packed the Reiger Park Community Hall last Wednesday, April 19 to protest against what they claimed was harassment and a violation of their human rights – and a High Court order.