South Africans caught in Giza blast safely back home
Three other South Africans injured in the blast remain in hospital in Egypt.
Drunk driver arrested after attempt to bribe JMPD officers
The motorist was stopped by JMPD at the corner of Oxford and Rudd streets and tried to bribe officers with R410.
SABC: Radio Park still not safe to operate following diesel spill
The public broadcaster said that a power outage on Wednesday resulted in the internal system switching to a back-up generator and due to the aging equipment, the diesel tank started overflowing.
Eskom remains open to aid Zim with electricity supply
Zimbabweans are grappling with the worst rolling blackouts in three years, with households, businesses and industries, including mines, left without electricity for up to eight hours a day.
Eskom: Zimbabwe hasn’t approached SA for assistance with power crisis
It has been reported that Zimbabwe would make arrangements to increase power imports from Mozambique and South Africa to help stave off load shedding.
3 mln discouraged workers: The unemployed have given up - economist
Statistics SA released the Quarterly Labour Force Survey results which showed that the unemployment rate had increased by 0.5% in the first three months of 2019.
Maimane takes full responsibly for drop in DA electoral support
The DA suffered a major loss at the polls last week, losing five seats in Parliament but remained the official opposition.
Trevor Manuel, EFF expected back in court over defamation case
Trevor Manuel approached the court after the party accused him of a conflict of interest in the appointment of Sars commissioner Edward Kieswetter.
African observer groups declare elections free, fair & transparent
Former Tanzanian president Jakaya Kikwete said South Africa’s democracy had come of age.
Jacob Zuma makes his mark, criticises political parties over policies
Jacob Zuma cast his vote in Nkandla, in KwaZulu-Natal.
'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.
Motsoaledi confirms Baragwanath Hospital beds replaced
A video circulating on social media has shown empty beds thrown out in the hospital's yard.
Duarte: Those tearing down ANC election posters are desperate & afraid
ANC deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte told the media on Sunday about posters that have been damaged or destroyed across the province.
Petrol price to increase by 54c in May, international oil prices to blame
Diesel will go up by 1c per litre and illuminating paraffin will increase by 3c per litre.
Ramaphosa to consider King Dalindyebo pardon
In 2009, the Eastern Cape High Court sentenced Dalindyebo to an effective 15 years in jail for kidnapping, assault, arson and defeating the ends of justice.
DA wants action at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital over 'dead babies in linen room'
The Democratic Alliance says workers in the laundry section have complained for a long time about the stress of finding foetuses and body parts in the linen section of the hospital.
Nzimande: Anyone blocking national roads will be arrested
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande said that he has been advised about a shutdown by truck driver's associations which is believed to be about the employment of foreign truck drivers in South Africa.
Mokgoro hands over report on inquiry into Jiba, Mrwebi to Ramaphosa
The Presidency said that Judge Mokgoro used her opportunity with the president to present bound copies of the report and to answer any questions.