Sharpeville siblings recall harrowing moments of 1960 massacre
On Thursday in 1960, 69 people were killed and hundreds more injured when police opened fire on protesters who were burning their pass books at the Sharpeville police station.
Albie Sachs: SA still plagued by massive inequality
Retired Constitutional Court judge and human rights activist Justice Albie Sachs says the country is completely different from what was experienced under apartheid but no one should tolerate inequality.
Allandale substation back online after fire
Midrand including Rabie Ridge, Mayibuye and Commercial Extension 9 were affected and left in the dark for several hours.
Ramaphosa expected to lead Human Rights Day programme in Sharpeville
Government has called on all citizens to use their indigenous languages to promote a human rights culture in honour of those who marched and died on the day.
Gordhan on Eskom: We’ll get it right in the next year or 2
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, however, doesn't believe power outages will be intensified beyond stage four.
SA still in the dark as Eskom mum on stage 5 and stage 6 load shedding
Energy expert Ted Blom says the Eskom board is actively avoiding coming clean about the extent of the crisis.
Stage 5 and 6 load shedding on its way – report
According to Fin24, officials have warned there is a race against time to ensure that a national blackout and grid collapse does not happen.
Gordhan blames state capture, mismanagement for Eskom crisis
Eskom’s top executives and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan have briefed the media in Rosebank and said they faced a huge challenge to overcome the crisis.
Eskom hopes more electricity available to SA from Wednesday
Eskom now says its generators will be back online by Thursday, while the public holiday will also ease the high demand.
We understand your frustrations with load shedding - Gordhan
Minister Pravin Gordhan said technicians are still investigating what has caused the several breakdowns and hope to report back to the public in 10 days.
Prasa: Securing more trains not a quick fix SA's rail problems
Prasa group chief strategy officer Sipho Sithole blamed criminal elements for the frequent disruptions to train services, which President Ramaphosa has labelled as unacceptable.
Gordhan, Mabuza to shed light on load shedding crisis
The power cuts are currently on stage two and will be ramped up to stage four from 9 am until 11 pm.
Frustrated commuters cast doubt on ANC election promises
While President Cyril Ramaphosa has given an assurance that government wants to deal with the poor state of the rail service, some commuters have accused the African National Congress (ANC) of empty promises during election time.
'This is unacceptable': Ramaphosa wants Prasa to improve services immediately
The president took a train from Mabopane station in Soshanguve on Monday morning during an unannounced visit as part of the party’s election campaign in Tshwane.
Ramaphosa vows to 'put right' train services after experiencing hours-long delay
President Cyril Ramaphosa travelled with residents from Soshanguve to Tshwane central on Monday, with the 50 kilometer trip lasting more than three hours due to technical faults.
Heads must roll, says Ramaphosa, as train arrives hours late
It is understood that the locomotive was stuck in Marabastad, with questions being raised about whether the delay is connected to the widespread power outages currently gripping the country.
Ramaphosa, Gwede drum up ANC support with Tshwane rail commuters
President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to start at Mabopane station and the party’s national chair Gwede Mantashe will be at Daanboom station in Mamelodi.
Makhosi Khoza yet to announce next move following Outa departure
Khoza has handed in a resignation letter, which Eyewitness News has seen, in which she asks Outa to relieve her of her duties with immediate effect.