As SAA loses R52m a day, workers to resume striking on Saturday
They've dispersed for Friday after camping out since the early hours of the morning; SAA has cancelled most of its operations until Monday.
Sacca questions govt’s silence during SAA strike
Unions have blamed government and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan for failing to intervene to rescue the state-owned entity.
EFF supporters join striking SAA staff in Kempton Park
Workers are demanding an 8% salary hike, insourcing and an end to retrenchment plans.
Vavi: SAA management using strike to privatise airline
Saftu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said that the money SAA was losing for cancelling today and Saturday's flights could have easily paid for workers' 8% increase demands for a year.
Workers begin gathering at airports across country for SAA strike
Workers affiliated to unions Numsa and Sacca have started gathering in Joburg, Cape Town and Durban to mark the start of their indefinite work stoppage.
Numsa says SAA made late offer to avert to strike
The union would not be drawn on the details of the late-night offer.
SAA cancels flights for Friday, Saturday ahead of strike
SAA has, however, clarified that partner airlines, including SA Express, Mango and SA Airlink will not be affected by the cancellations.
Boy (8) among those reported missing following heavy rain, floods in KZN
The police's dive unit had been in the Mfuli River in Empangeni where the boy and a six-year-old were spotted floating on a fridge door on Tuesday night.
In wake of tornado, KZN warned to expect more thunderstorms, hail & rain
Despite the challenging circumstances with no power in the area, emergency services have been working throughout the night to rescue people trapped in their homes due to the floods.
KZN authorities tallying up cost of damage after tornado hits New Hanover
It's not yet known if anyone was killed or exactly how many people were injured.
Adam Catzavelos seeking plea bargain over crimen injuria case
On Tuesday morning, the National Director of Public Prosecutions thwarted his attempts to have the crimen injuria case thrown out.
Racist Adam Catzavelos loses bid to have crimen injuria case dropped
The National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) dismissed Catzavelos' application to have his crimen injuria charge dropped.
NDPP set to make decision on whether to drop Adam Catzavelos case
Adam Catzavelos recorded a video of himself using the K-word while on holiday in Greece last year, gloating about the absence of black people on a beach.
Farmers plead for drought-hit areas to be declared disaster zones
Government warned that for the first time in six years, the country would not meet water demands.
‘If I don’t keep going, it will all crash’: SA doctors open up about depression
According to the South African Medical Association, a global study among medical specialists has revealed that staff are twice as susceptible to mental health problems compared to professionals in other sectors.
Patrick Shai to lay complaint against police after being shot in Soweto protest
Actor Patrick Shai was in Soweto where residents have been protesting against Eskom, demanding their electricity be restored.
Actor Patrick Shai shot with rubber bullets during Soweto protest
Residents burned tyres, demanding answers from Eskom after being without power since last week.
2 injured after light aircraft crashes near Springs airport
It's understood the men were on a training flight when it went down on Monday morning.