Study: Average salary in SA is R6,400 & it's not enough to live on
Retail was the biggest employer of people in the country, but it also happened to be the most exploitative industry with 40% of workers earning below minimum wage.
FNB clarifies 'mystery money' in customers' accounts
Customers took to social media on Tuesday to share that they'd gotten various amounts of money ranging from hundreds to a few thousand in their accounts that they didn't know the origins of.
It's about time! Chicken Licken flies into Uber Eats delivery
An announcement was finally made on Tuesday morning via the Chicken Licken Twitter account and fans were ecstatic.
Malema: June 1976 struggle not only about Afrikaans, but to liberate the mind
Julius Malema delivered his party's June 16 lecture at the University of Fort Hare on Sunday to celebrate Youth Day which commemorates the Soweto Uprisings of 1976.
This domestic worker's inspiring Comrades story is why we're running behind her
An athletic woman in school, Magade did various sports and eventually began running with the boys at her school after her teacher introduced her to long distance events.
'I am Zola Budd’ - Domestic worker takes on the people’s marathon
42-year-old Sindy Magede has been running to and from work for several years as a stress reliever. She has since competed in long-distance marathons and is set to take on the comrades popularly known as the ‘people’s race’ for the third time this year.
These 104 Standard Bank branches will be closed down
Almost 50 branches will be closed in Gauteng alone, with 11 closing in the Western Cape.
Presidency: Cabinet announcement to be made later in the week, not Monday
The Presidency released a statement on Sunday afternoon saying it noted media reports that the announcement will be made on Monday, 27 May and said it will only be announced later in the week.
Pride in the sky: Flying formations mesmerise SA at inauguration
The flyover sequence is an exhibition of skill and force and an integral part of every presidential inauguration involving a number of aircraft.
HHP, TKZee & Mango Groove to get Sama lifetime achievement awards
Jabulani 'HHP' Tsambo will receive the award posthumously.
'Jealous down': Ramaphosa congratulates Malema on elections performance
The EFF was among only a few parties that had contested in a previous election and improved their performance in the 2019 elections.
Tshwane's Hendrik Verwoerd High School renamed
Consultations were held far and wide regarding the name change and the new name was chosen by parents who say they are appreciative of the provincial department's willingness to transform society and make the school a centre for the community.
5 important quotes from Chief Justice Mogoeng
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng chatted to Eyewitness News senior reporter Clement Manyathela on Wednesday, the same day he received the candidate lists for members of Parliament and other legislatures from the IEC.
The provinces with the highest unemployment rates from 2009 - 2019
A look at the trends in unemployment by province over the last 10 years shows that two provinces, the Free State and the Eastern Cape, have consistently had the highest unemployment rates.
'I know how to run SA,' says defiant Hlaudi Motsoeneng despite poor results
By Friday afternoon, the ACM had only received just under 4,000 votes (0.03%), much less than what is required to get one seat in Parliament.
Over 65% of voter turnout recorded so far
The IEC said of the almost 10 million votes captured from over 14,000 voting stations, Gauteng had recorded the highest voter turnout at 71.8%.
Study: Both low and high voter turnout will be to ANC's advantage
Fifty percent of voters surveyed said they want to vote, 35% said they will definitely vote, while 13% said they don't want to vote and 2% said they don't know.
Operational issues continue to mar special voting in Johannesburg
The voting station at Orange Grove Primary School opened on time, and while there was virtually no queue, voters waited for an hour for additional voting material to be delivered.