SA’s Lesetja Kganyago to lead International Monetary and Financial Committee
The committee deals with policy for the international Monetary Fund (IMF).
[ALERT] Reserve Bank keeps repo rate stable at 6.75%
Governor Lesetja Kganyago made the announcement in Pretoria on Thursday afternoon.
What level 6B water restrictions mean
Most Capetonians still exceed the daily limit of 87 litres of water per person per day and soon that could cost them. Council will vote to introduce level 6B water restrictions which will reduce the target to 50 litres per day.
DA writes to Zuma, demands details on state capture inquiry
President Zuma announced the establishment of the inquiry more than a week ago in compliance with an order by the High Court.
[WATCH LIVE] Esidimeni arbitration hearing resumes after six-week break
Deputy director of mental health Hanna Jacobus is expected to take the witness stand.
Ramaphosa urges NPA to act with urgency against corruption, state capture
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has welcomed the establishment of the commission of inquiry into state capture and the processes started by the NPA.
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Zim poacher gets 10 years for killing 2 black rhino
The 44-year-old poacher, Godknows Mashame, shot and killed two black rhino on Christmas Eve in 2016.
3 Zimbabweans in SA, UK to fight for right to vote in diaspora
The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights says the electoral laws state that only Zimbabweans resident in the country can vote, and it wants those regulations declared unconstitutional.
Gauteng's suspended head of mental health Dr Makgabo Manamela quits
Manamela was one of the officials who appeared before the Esidimeni arbitration process to explain her role in the decision to move mentally ill patients from Esidimeni facilities to unregistered NGOs.
Minister: Zimbabwe on high alert amid fears of bloodshed
'Newsday' is reporting that Zimbabwe’s Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu made the comments after former minister Jonathan Moyo, who was Grace Mugabe’s ally, warned of bloodshed.
Zimbabwe on high alert for cholera outbreak
The warning comes after 200 new cases of typhoid resurfaced in Harare’s suburbs.
[GALLERY] Proud parents across SA share cute snaps as kids head #BackToSchool
Eyewitness News readers share photos of their little (and big) ones starting the 2018 school year.
[GALLERY] Nerves, tears and protests: Back to school in Gauteng
Pupils in Gauteng marked the return to school and the start of the 2018 academic year with some nerves and tears, while EFF members protested at a Vereeniging school over its admissions policy.
Joburg ANC deputy secretary to appear in court for fraud, theft
The party ANC said that Dan Bovu had been charged with fraud and theft relating to a 2009 case in which he is alleged to have been involved in fraudulent activities while a member of the Thembelihle Trust.
Sars dismisses claims of corruption
This week, British MP Peter Hain said he has evidence that the firm overlooked allegations of money laundering by senior employee Jonas Makwakwa.
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Trains collide in Ermelo leaving 4 injured
It is understood the two trains had collided at low speed inside the depot.