Bread shortages possible in Zimbabwe amid Cyclone Idai
Beira was severely battered by the cyclone, which struck the region a week ago.
This is what happens when Eskom isn’t invited to a party
In the 13 second clip, a group of people are seen dancing when the lights go out. The group was not impressed.
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Grahame Cruickshanks, Managing Executive of Market Engagement at Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA).
Ramaphosa commemorates Sharpeville massacre
President Cyril Ramaphosa is delivering his Human Rights Day address in Sharpeville, where in 1960, 69 people were killed and hundreds more injured when police opened fire on protesters who were burning their pass books at the Sharpeville Police Station.
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Ben la Grange cooperates with authorities on investigations into Steinhoff
La Grange was suspended last August but remains on the Steinhoff payroll as a consultant.
Suzanne Daniels: Matshela Koko is lying about emails
Daniels shared her side of the story on the Eusebius McKaiser Show.
Bosasa liquidators granted leave to appeal decision to reverse liquidation
It is understood that Bosasa will launch an urgent application for an enforcement order pending appeal.
Political parties pledge to uphold IEC's election Code of Conduct
The ceremony is in compliance with the Electoral Act which requires contesting political parties to publicly commit to upholding the provisions and the purpose of the code.
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City Power apologises as Joburg’s northern suburbs still without power
City Power spokesperson Isaac Mangena says many residential areas are affected and traffic is also backed up as a result.
Grieving families bury loved ones killed by Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe
Burials have taken place for 40 people in Zimbabwe killed when Cyclone Idai slammed a town in the eastern Chimanimani mountains.
Fears port of Beira damage may disrupt fuel, food supplies to Zimbabwe
Energy and Power Development Minister Joram Gumbo says a control room for the pipeline in Beira was also damaged during the cyclone.
Crime intelligence investigates Eskom load shedding sabotage claims – report
Senior SAPS sources confirmed to News24 the investigation was taking place to establish whether the current rolling blackouts were deliberate.
Prasa doing 'all it can' to resolve commuter train woes
President Cyril Ramaphosa apologised for the poor state of the country’s rail infrastructure after having a first-hand experience of just how bad it was on Monday.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenberg pens letter amid investigations
Muilenberg says based on information provided from both the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines plane crashes, they are taking actions to fully ensure the safety of the 737 max.
Gordhan: Eskom's power crisis not symptomatic of governance crisis in SA
The minister said that South Africa had a governance issue but that the president has taken steps to rectify that.
Cheryl Zondi briefs media after judge's recusal from Omotoso trial
Cheryl Zondi is briefing the media in the wake of the judge's recusal from the Timothy Omotoso trial.