Was Eskom crisis deliberately created to undermine unbundling plans?
As Eskom faces more challenges there are concerns about the electricity supply crisis at the utility.
State capture revelations anger some Krugersdorp residents, refuse to vote
Munsieville residents in Krugersdorp barred entrances to IEC voter registration centres saying that they refuse to vote because it has not changed their lives.
Zuma says a vote for the opposition is a gamble
Speaking in isiZulu, Zuma told community members that a vote for the opposition is a gamble, describing the opposition a having a bark with no bite.
‘Corruption has robbed our community of decent life‘
Protesting Munsieville residents say they have been promised houses each election year, yet the drainage and sewage system has worsened over the years.
Punish ANC by not voting, say Krugersdorp protestors
Protesting residents have threatened to escalate their protest if IEC officials reopen the voting station in the area.
We’ve learnt from previous prison escapes, says SAPS
Convicted murder Mongezi Mcunukelwa was sentenced to life imprisonment on Friday.
Tristan-Lee Niemand back in South Africa
Tristan-Lee Niemand was handcuffed for visa violations after going to the Asian county to teach English.
Outcry over treatment of pair involved in Baby Daniels’ murder
On Thursday, Judge Collin Matshitse found that Baby Daniels’ mother had caused the boy’s death by not doing anything about the abuse the toddler suffered.
Two-time escapee & convicted murderer handed two life sentences
Police say Mongezi Mcunukelwa was found guilty of killing two men outside a tavern in Katlehong in March 2017.
Baby Daniel: Mother's bail bid to be heard on 3 January
Baby Daniel's mother, who has been found guilty of child neglect, will remain in custody into the new year.
City of CT bolsters firefighting resources
The city and province's firefighting ranks have been bolstered with 500 additional fire fighters will be to help
WC fire campaign gets 500 more firefighters
On Wednesday, MEC Anton Bredell hosted the launch of the annual awareness programme at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West.
City of CT has not protected Bo-Kaap residents, says ratepayers association
Protests in Bo-Kaap turned violent last week as residents took a stand against the construction of a block of apartments, calling for their heritage to be protected.
2 men arrested for possession of drugs in Mitchells Plain
The police say there have been some notable successes in efforts to fight drug abuse and gangsterism on the Cape Flats.
Ramaphosa embarks on door-to-door visits in East London
The president along with other ANC leaders are on a Thuma Mina weekend in the Eastern Cape.
SACP issues warning to ANC over SABC retrenchments
The SACP says the announcements of retrenchments by various organisations will provoke workers to use the ballot box to fight back.
SACP demands ANC share conditions of Foreign Direct Investment
Western Cape SACP secretary Benson Ngqentsu says he suspects the conditions of the recent Foreign Direct Investment in South Africa could bring negative implications.
Police monitoring protests in Hermanus
Overnight some residents of Mount Pleasant near Hermanus launched violent demonstrations over land and housing.