Pls Call me: Makate hopeful justice will be served in judicial review
For two decades, Makate has been challenged the cellphone operating company through lengthy court battles to pay out the amount he feels is due to him for his invention of the "please call me".
Grieving parents seek answers after their daughter falls to her death in China
Twenty-four-year-old Kgothatso Mdunana died last Friday after apparently falling out of the window of a friend's flat on the 13th floor.
Pandor: All corrupt ANC officials must go to jail
ANC NEC member Naledi Pandor was responding to the suspension of Ace Magashule during an interview with CNN. She said that President Cyril Ramaphosa is trying to address the 'absence of ethics and integrity' in the country.
B.1.617 variant not detected in SA yet but authorities on alert - Mkhize
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that this 'increase in detection at ports of entry is of deep concern' and he promised that government was attending to the matter with urgency.
Makhubo satisfied with resolution of City of Joburg's billing crisis
Nine years ago, the National Consumer Commission had to step in to resolve the billing problems by issuing 45 compliance notices regarding incorrect accounts and estimations for both electricity and water usage.
Mkhize: SA has measures in place to deal with COVID-19 variant found in India
While there are no direct flights from India to South Africa, there are fears that this variant could spread to the rest of the world fast.
NICD: Suspending flights from India won't prevent spread of variant to SA
The health crisis in India is at tipping point, with over 20 million confirmed coronavirus cases.
NW teacher stabbed by another in full view of pupils
A 47-year-old woman from Tshefoge Primary in Vaalboschloot is now in critical condition in a hospital intensive care unit after she was attacked on Monday by a teacher from a nearby school.
Numsa: Eskom using wage talks as scapegoat to implement load shedding
Last week, the state-owned company warned that rising tension during wage talks could impact on operations and services.
Village Main, one of Metrobus’ largest depots, not operating due to strike
However, the company said it managed to operate 75% of its fleet by redirecting buses and making multiple trips to collect stranded commuters.
Allandale Road in Midrand closed due to service delivery protest
Residents from Klipfontein informal settlement are burning tyres and barricading the road with stones.
Two people killed in a helicopter crash in Umgeni River in Durban
It’s understood the chopper wet down in the Umgeni River earlier on Monday morning.
Queen Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu to be laid to rest on Thursday
She passed away in a Johannesburg hospital last week at the age of 65, just a month after she took over from her late husband King Goodwill Zwelithini.
Body of teen who drowned on school trip to beach is found
The teenager, who was from Idutywa, was one of 30 pupils on the outing Thursday at a holiday resort near East London.
Wits' Vilakazi hopes SA universities will lead scientific fight against COVID-19
During a virtual ceremony, Professor Zeblon Vilakazi was officially installed as the 16th Wits Vice-Chancellor - nine months after he was appointed to replace Professor Adam Habib.
South Africans in India being urged to get vaccinated, says SA ambassador
India's COVID-19 casualties have been reaching record-breaking figures for the past week.
Mango staff frustrated, in the dark over outstanding salaries
On Wednesday, all Mango's flights across the country were suspended for almost a full day due to outstanding debt.
Eskom warns wage talks could result in disruptions, potential power cuts
On Tuesday, Eskom is heading to the central bargaining forum to discuss possible wage increases with The National Union of Mineworkers, The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Solidarity.