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.
S&P downgrades SA outlook, warns debt rating unlikely to improve
The agency downgraded the outlook for the country overnight, placing the country's local currency rating at BB+.
Still no Gautrain service in Pretoria today
Free bus rides have been made available for commuters travelling between Pretoria, Hatfield and Centurion while trains undergo maintenance.
Pritzen, Oberholzer win the 2019 Discovery 947 Ride Joburg
The women's elite defending champion Clara Obelhozler was the first to reach the finish line, while Mark Pritzen has finished first in the men's elite race.
Thousands of cyclists takeover roads for Discovery 947 Ride Joburg
Discovery 947 ride Joburg is the world's second largest timed cycling race and this is the 23rd edition of the much-loved challenge.
Talks between unions, SAA stall after call for NTM to join talks
Numsa’s Irvin Jim says SAA management has called for the inclusion of a third union in wage talks which seek to end the ongoing strike.
Irvin Jim applauds striking SAA workers for ‘making history’
Operations have come to a halt as members Numsa and Sacca are picketing for a second day on Saturday, after talks with the employer deadlocked.
Van Loggerenberg dismisses report on Sars rogue unit as ‘lies and a cover up’
On Friday, the public protector announced that she received the redacted report from State Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo which found that the unit was unlawful.
Zuma thanks SA after calling in sick ahead of State Capture appearance
Jacob Zuma's lawyers announced last week that he will not attend the state capture commission of inquiry as planned because he was sick.
#KFCCouple: SA’s favourite lovebirds say ‘thank you’
Hector Mkansi and Nonhlanhla Soldaat shot to fame after a video of the pair having a meal at KFC, when Mkansi went down on one knee and put a ring on his partner’s finge, went viral.
Parliament says public hearings on NHI ‘going well’
The hearings got under way in the Northern Cape.
Moody’s rating on SA alarming, says Business Unity SA
Moody’s has decided to keep the country one notch above sub-investment grade, changing its outlook on the country’s credit rating from stable to negative.