Ramaphosa: 'In 2019 we will focus on tackling SA's problems'
President Cyril Ramaphosa has wished the nation a successful and peaceful new year and says extraordinary measures will need to be taken to build a strong and resilient economy going forward.
Authorities investigate cause of Mayfair train fire
Authorities say it took about an hour for firefighters to extinguish the blaze.
Afropunk a 'match made in heaven' for some artists
Afropunk is set to kick off its second day of festivities later on Monday with festivalgoers expected to be treated to performances by Thandiswa Mazwai, Dope Saint Jude and The Internet.
Police probe murder of 4 children after mother hands herself over
It’s understood that the police were called by the mother who informed them to go and check her home in Klarinet on Sunday.
Ramaphosa: Extraordinary measures needed to build, strong, resilient economy
President Cyril Ramaphosa says 2018 has been a year of renewal, and that in 2019 there will be a greater focus on confronting problems facing the nation.
Energy Dept says too early to tell if fuel prices will continue to drop
The department announced on Friday the fuel price will decrease by more than R1 a litre for both petrol and diesel next week Wednesday.
Fuel prices to drop by more than R1 on 2 January
The price of petrol will decrease by R1.23 per litre while the cost of diesel will be R1.53 lower.
KZN shack dwellers’ movement win partial victory in high court
The matter between Abahlali baseMjondolo and the eThekwini Municipality was postponed to next month.
Afropunk festival in Joburg set to be full of surprises
Headlining artists include The Internet, Public Enemy, Flying Lotus, Thundercat and Thandiswa Mazwai.
Over 100 prison officials fired this year for smuggling, collusion with inmates
Deputy Correctional Services Minister Thabang Makwetla revealed the figures on Thursday during a surprise prison raid at the Leeuwkop Correctional Centre in Bryanston.
Amcu strike negatively impacting production, says Sibanye-Stillwater
Last week, the court ruled in favour of the union saying its strike at the gold mine is legal.
Hundreds of drunk drivers arrested in Gauteng
That's in spite of widespread reporting on a spike in road deaths this festive season and concerted awareness campaigns by authorities.
DA calls on Mboweni to carefully verify R21bn SAA loan from consortium
On Sunday, ‘City Press’ reported that a consortium of investors have made an unsolicited loan offer to SAA of R21 billion to save the financially crippled state-owned entity.
Zuma: 'State paid for cases of apartheid leaders but I have to pay for mine'
The former president took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that he will be appealing the ruling which says the state should not be liable for his legal fees.
Eskom: 'Job cuts only limited to executive management'
The power utility has announced it will be laying off 21 executive managers and remain with eight to reduce its wage bill.
Eskom says coal supply improving, no holiday load shedding
The power utility says that everything is being done to the keep lights on.
Eskom says it hasn't neglected necessary skills in retrenchment process
The power utility has announced that executive management personnel will be cut from 21 officials to nine to reduce its wage bill.
[WATCH] Zuma takes to Twitter to announce he'll appeal legal costs ruling
Former President Jacob Zuma notes that many leaders in high positions during apartheid were charged, but the state paid for their cases.