Jason Rohde granted leave to appeal conviction, sentence
Rohde was handed a 20-year sentence in February this year after the Western Cape High Court found he had strangled her and then staged the murder scene to make it look like she had committed suicide.
'Vote for the future of SA': Political party leaders make their X
Months of campaigning has brought them to today, South Africa's sixth democratic elections.
Archbishop Makgoba calls on clerics calm election day protests
Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba is leading an observer group to Siqalo on Wednesday morning to observe voting.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu confirms death of daughter
In a tweet posted on Wednesday morning, Mthembu confirmed that his eldest daughter Khwezi took her own life at the parliamentary village outside Cape Town.
Mboweni’s team to flesh out Budget to investors, ratings agencies
It's unclear whether rating agencies will be satisfied with the action government is taking but Tito Mboweni believes there's a lot to be optimistic about.
Tito Mboweni issues stern warning to those in illicit cigarette trade
In a pre-budget briefing, the Finance Minister Tito Mboweni suggested there was harsh action in the offing, saying those who flout the tax regime will be dealt with.
Mboweni takes a jab at Mkhwebane
Busisiwe Mkhwebane found Dondo Mogajane had concealed his record for speeding when he applied for the DG position and instructed Tito Mboweni to act against him.
Mboweni unplugged: What you didn't hear in the Budget 2019 speech
These are the unscripted highlights from the pre-Budget briefing and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's maiden Budget speech.
Why an aloe for Budget? We need to withstand the elements, says Mboweni
"Today, I bring you a seed to prove that if we plant anew, we can return to those plum times," the minister said in his Budget 2019 speech.
Eskom, Tough Talk & Gardening: All you need to know about #Budget2019
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered a tough maiden budget in the National Assembly, complete with a prickly plant.
#Clifton: Maimane says beaches must be accessible for all people
The DA leader has responded to an incident in which beachgoers say that members of a private security company told them to leave Clifton 4th after dark.
City of CT to lay formal complaint against PPA over Clifton beach incident
Beachgoers have complained members of the company tried to clear them off the beaches after dark.
The gloves are off: De Lille launches fightback against DA
Patricia de Lille has announced that she is stepping down as mayor at 7pm on Wednesday night and walking away from the Democratic Alliance.
Wage negotiations to continue amid bus drivers’ strike
Most bus services across the nation are not running, leaving thousands of commuters across the nation frustrated.
[PODCAST] The State We’re In: Captured (Episode 8)
Lindsay Dentlinger and Charlotte Kilbane review what's been happening at Parliament's inquiry into state capture at state-owned enterprises.
[PODCAST] The State We're In: Captured (Episode 7)
It's all about bromance, bust-ups and no-shows this week, as Lindsay Dentlinger and Charlotte Kilbane review what's been happening at Parliament's inquiry into state capture at state-owned enterprises.
[PODCAST] The State We're In: Captured (Episode 6)
In episode six of 'The State We're In: Captured', EWN's Charlotte Kilbane and Lindsay Dentlinger talk about the latest revelations around state capture.
#Budget2018: Everything you need to know
Malusi Gigaba has delivered his maiden Budget speech in Parliament.