Power restored to parts of Kempton Park after transformer fire
The blaze left several areas without power, including the Kempton Park CBD and Aston Manor.
Parts of Ekurhuleni without electricity after transformer catches fire
Several areas have been affected including Aston Manor, Bonaero Park, the Kempton Park CBD and O.R Tambo International Airport.
Eskom warns consumers to continue using electricity sparingly
The power utility has suspended load shedding on Saturday, but says the system is still vulnerable.
Eskom continues to use its emergency reserves, no load shedding for Monday
The power utility released a statement on Monday morning, saying no load shedding was not expected despite a constrained and vulnerable system.
Mbalula to release mid-festive season road stats
There have been a number of accidents over the past few days, with five people killed in a collision on the N4 near Rustenburg, in the North West.
‘Don’t drink and drive’: Over 160 drunk drivers arrested, says JMPD
Johannesburg Metro Police say they’ve made several arrests of people who are not obeying the rules of the road in and around the city.
Mpumalanga man struck by lightning
ER24 said the 47-year-old was found behind a bakkie after lightning struck a piece of farming equipment he was working with.
Reports: Molefe, Gama, Singh among former Eskom, Transnet execs facing arrest
The paper says it has sources within the NPA and SIU who state that officials from the parastatals are set to be arrested soon in connection with hundreds of millions of rand that were siphoned from Eskom and Transet.
5 people killed on Mpumalanga roads in 24 hours
Five people in Mpumalanga have been killed over the last 24 hours in three separate crashes.
Parties express differing views on meaning of Day of Reconciliation
The Day of Reconciliation came into effect in 1995 after the end of apartheid, with the intention of promoting reconciliation and national unity.
Holidaymakers urged to obey traffic laws as festive season kicks off
Large volumes of traffic have been seen on the country's roads this long weekend, with many headed to their holiday destinations.
Six years on, SA remembers boxing legend Baby Jake Matlala
Matlala died on this day six years ago, after he succumbed to a lung infection, just days after the death of former President Nelson Mandela.
World Aids Day: Calls for more work to be done
According to recent report by the United Nations (UN), more than 7 million people in South Africa are living with the virus.
Some NSFAS centres still opened as students try to do last-minute applications
The application centres opened at 8 am on Saturday morning and were expected to be closed by 12 midday.
FSCA investigating Old Mutual after dead body incident
The Mtshali family resorted to taking the body of their dead relative to a local Old Mutual after they failed to get a pay out from the company.
SAA: Smooth first day back at work after strike
SAA has confirmed all flights operated smoothly, except flights to East London and Livingston, on the first day back at work.
Up, up and away – SAA confirms all flights back on schedule
SAA workers have returned to work on Saturday after unions signed a 5.9% wage agreement with the embattled airline on Friday.
3 Limpopo officials arrested for driver’s license fraud
Two licensing officials and a driving school operator were handcuffed on Friday at the Sibasa licence testing centre.