BLF claims it has no money to pay legal costs as cases pile up
The group was in the Equality Court on Tuesday in the matter between itself and a complainant represented by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC).
DA to take action after Mngxitama’s 'kill white people' threats
Andile Mngxitama is reported to have told a BLF rally that if Johann Rupert hires anyone to kill one black person, they in return will kill five white people.
Floyd Shivambu rubbishes claims on VBS home loan for parents
A media report suggests that along with the R16 million in illicit payments, VBS also approved a R1.46 million home loan which is registered to the Slush Fund operated Brian Shivambu.
South African job seekers first for health jobs - Motsoaledi
The Department of Health announced on Sunday that thousands of jobs will be created for clinical professionals and support staff in provincial departments.
South Africans warned to spend wisely in wake of fuel price drop, Q3 growth
Stats SA on Tuesday announced a 2.2% increase in the third quarter Gross Domestic Product.
Sibanye-Stillwater accuses Amcu of intimation during strike
Sibanye-Stillwater’s James Wellsted says Amcu has failed to be peaceful during their demonstration.
New NDPP Batohi urged to uphold Constitution to avoid political interference
The Law Society says that Shamila Batohi has the urgent task of restoring credibility to the organisation.
Use anniversary of Madiba's death for introspection, says NMF
Today marks the fifth anniversary of the passing of former President Nelson Mandela.
Corruption Watch: KPMG R47m donation should not affect criminal charges
The auditing firm has announced it will be distributing the fees it earned from Gupta-related entities to various organisations.
SMSA: 'We failed our patrons at Global Citizen Festival'
Stadium Management South Africa (SMSA) says all those involved in the execution of the Global Citizen Festival failed in their mandate to provide safety.
Cheryl Zondi launches foundation to support victims of sexual abuse
Zondi, who has accused Nigerian televangelist Timothy Omotoso of sexual assault, says that she has identified a gap for people to support victims of abuse at the hand of religious leaders.
Police: Only one complaint laid after Global Citizen Fest attacks
Some people have gone as far as saying officers turned a blind eye to attacks and other acts of criminality
Stadium Management SA: Criminality around FNB stadium due to lack of security
Some of the tens of thousands of music fans who attended the Global Citizen event have reported muggings and attacks at a nearby petrol station.
2 men questioned in connection with Naka Drotske shooting
It’s understood Drotske and former Springbok teammate Os du Randt had been socialising on a smallholding on the outskirts of Pretoria on when three armed men attempted to rob them.
Jacob Zuma corruption case postponed to May 2019
The former president briefly appeared in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Friday morning.
Eskom says it has secured 73% of funding for 2018/2019 year
The utility released its interim results on Wednesday in Johannesburg, with chairperson Jabu Mabuza saying that the company is locked in a loss-making position.
New CFO Cassim confident Eskom can be turned around
Calib Cassim says he needs a team that understands the severity of the financial problems at Eskom.
Eskom working with CoGTA to track owing municipalities
Eskom board chair Jabu Mabuza says directors have been lax in holding non-paying customers accountable.