SA delegation 'allays fear over Eskom' at WEF
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says potential investors seem pleased that South Africa has taken steps to turn Eskom around.
NPA’s decision to drop corruption charges against Duduzana Zuma ‘rational’
On Thursday morning, the 34-year-old Duduzane Zuma is expected to appear before a magistrate where the decision will be officially communicated.
Team SA's hard work paying off, says Presidency ahead of WEF showcase
Earlier this week, a UN report showed that foreign direct investment into South Africa grew from $1.3 billion in 2017 to $7.1 billion last year.
Ramaphosa looks to convince WEF delegates that SA open for business
President Cyril Ramaphosa is attending the forum in Davos together with the Ministers of Finance and International Relations to strengthen partnerships for economic growth in South Africa.
Joburg corporates busted for illegal water, electricity connections
Mayor Herman Mashaba and other officials cracked down on business premises where it appears that contractors have illegally connected water and electricity supply.
Sibanye-Stillwater platinum workers embark on sympathy strike with colleagues
Workers in the gold mine sector have been on a strike for 10 weeks demanding a R1,000 salary increase.
Ramaphosa hopes World Economic Forum visit pays dividends for SA
South Africa views the World Economic Forum as an opportunity to update world leaders and investors on its plans for economic growth.
Lesufi commends communities for role in arrest of Menzi Primary robbers
On Friday, police arrested four suspects after dozens of tablets and laptops were stolen from the new Menzi Primary School in Ekurhuleni.
Computicket ordered to pay R20m fine for unfair market dominance
The matter goes back to 2008 when a Computicket rival known as Strictly Tickets CC laid a complaint with the commission.
SABC postpones retrenchment plan for time being
The SABC's finances remain in a dire state and it is looking to cut jobs as a cost-saving measure.
Holomisa expects evidence of unlisted PIC transactions to come to light
A judicial commission of inquiry which will look into allegations of impropriety and dubious investments is expected to get underway on Monday.
GDE denies reports of another school break-in; says principal hijacked
The department says that the principal of Father Smangaliso Mkhatshwa High School in Winterveldt was hijacked on Friday.
Life Esidimeni committee calls on Maimane to apologise over billboard campaign
The DA has come under fire from citizens and those who lost their loved ones for unveiling a billboard this week, listing the names of the mentally ill victims and those who died in Marikana under the heading ‘the ANC is killing us’.
Esidimeni family committee calls on Maimane to apologise publicly for billboard
The DA unveiled a billboard this week listing the names of the mentally ill victims and those who died in Marikana under the heading 'The ANC is killing us'.
1 dead, 17 injured in KZN crash
A truck and a minibus crashed on the R612 between Ixopo and Highflats.
R2K to picket outside Zimbabwe’s embassy over attacks on civilians
Zimbabweans took to the streets this week after the announcement of a 150% fuel price hike by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Section 27 criticises DA over ‘ANC is killing us’ billboard
The NGO has lashed out at the opposition party for not requesting permission from the affected families before displaying their loved ones names.
Brian Molefe: 'It's unfortunate that Popo Molefe revealed info about summons'
Brian Molefe says that Transnet board chairperson Popo Molefe failed to follow and respect due process by making this announcement and insists he’s been treated unfairly.