FS ANC’s leader opens case against panel beater after car linked to heists
William Bulwane says he received a call from police over the weekend informing him that his BMW was used in a cash heist in Bloemfontein last week.
Dept: Govt set to make tough decisions to deal with public sector wage bill
The department says suggestions to reign in spending so far include full early retirement packages and employee initiated severance agreements.
Eskom accuses unions of defying law and acting to sabotage SA
The power utility has once again warned striking workers will face disciplinary action as Eskom is an essential service.
Limpopo ANC: No confirmation from national leadership of plan to rescue VBS
The 'City Press' reported that a meeting was held between provincial ANC leadership and the party's top six in a last ditch political attempt to save the bank.
KZN Transport MEC launches probe into deadly bus accident
Transport MEC Mxolisi Kaunda's spokesperson Kwanele Ncalane says the condition of the bus and the actions of the driver will form part of their investigation.
Emerging market factors to blame for rand's dive - economists
In the early hours of Monday morning, the currency fell to over R15 to the dollar, marking a complete turnaround from the nine-month record low of around R14.11 on Friday.
KZN, ANC officials gather at the scene of fatal Melmoth bus crash
Cooperative governance MEC Nomsa Dube Ncube and the mayor in the area Nonhle Mkhulisi are also on the scene.
5 people dead after Melmoth bus accident
It’s understood the group of about 70 people was travelling to Empangeni from Johannesburg for a church service when the accident occurred.
SABC says implementing turnaround plan to meet financial obligations
The 'City Press' reported that the public broadcaster's unpaid bills at the end of July exceed R100 million with independent TV producers owed about R90 million of that.
SABC: We’re dealing with our liquidity challenges
The 'City Press' is reporting the public broadcaster's unpaid bills at the end of July exceed R100 million with independent TV producers owed about R90 million.
Grant beneficiaries urged to make use of Sassa, Sapo agents
On Wednesday, the South African Post Office (Sapo) started making the first grant payments since its partnership with Sassa.
Malema rifle shooting incident incites black on black violence, says BLF
The BLF says its laid a charge against bodyguard Adriaan Snyman because it believes the gun seen in the video belongs to him.
Convicted racist Vicki Momberg granted bail
She was granted leave to appeal her conviction and sentence in the Johannesburg High Court on Monday.
Joburg building evacuated as fire breaks out
the building has been evacuated and no injuries or fatalities have been reported.
Zimbabwean nationals in SA willing to protest election results
Supporters of Nelson Chamisa in Johannesburg say they are willing to go to Zimbabwe to join protests against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.
CTE running out of skin to treat burn victims
The Organ Donor Foundation says 4,300 patients are awaiting lifesaving organs.
Organ Donor Foundation experiencing major skin shortage
According to the foundation, 4,300 patients are awaiting lifesaving organs.
Outa calls on Treasury to probe alleged RAF maladministration
The Freedom Movement says that putting the Road Accident Fund under independent administration will be a start in tackling the fund’s R160 billion backlog in unpaid claims.