Manyi urged to follow procedure in terminating Afro Worldview workers’ contracts
About 300 staffers have been left without jobs at the former Gupta-owned 24-hour news channel after its contract was not renewed with MultiChoice.
Vaal Dam level continues to fall - DWS
The dam decreased from 92,8% last week and is now sitting at 92.0%.
Masina honours Ekurhuleni firefighters who helped extinguish Joburg CBD fire
The municipality dispatched 20 firefighters after the City of Johannesburg indicated that it does not have enough capacity to deal with fires.
GED concerned after pupil suspended for sexually provocative behaviour
In a video that’s now gone viral, a 16-year-old girl can be seen giving a male pupil a lap dance in front of the class.
World Suicide Prevention Day: Suicide ‘completed’ every hour in SA
Reports indicate South Africa has a suicide rate of 14 per 100,000 people, which is higher than other African countries.
What caused the deadly JHB building fire?
Following days of clean-up operations and revelations of non-compliance, investigations to determine the cause of the fire that left three firefighters dead have begun.
Pikitup obtains court order preventing jobseekers from protesting at depots
It's understood a group previously contracted by the Jozi at Work project have been protesting since July, demanding employment.
Music producer opens case of crimen injuria after alleged racist incident
Tumelo Ruele says he and his two friends were racially attacked at the Colony Arms in Randburg last week by two white men.
Union wants 'reckless' Denel to take full responsibility for explosion
Several other workers were injured in Monday’s explosion.
Publishers’ Association of SA accused price fixing
The commission says the association and its members allegedly agreed to fix the prices in contravention of the Competition Act.
Hawks probe Eikenhof substation fire
The City of Johannesburg says its group investigation office reported the matter to the Hawks following Monday’s blaze.
City Power: Electricity fully restored at Eikenhof substation
A transformer was severely damaged in Monday’s blaze, resulting in power disruptions to nearby suburbs.
Pretoria cops tracking woman involved in alleged racism incident at Clicks store
Clicks has condemned the incident saying, it wants to reaffirm that it doesn’t tolerate or condone racism in any form.
Pretoria police probing alleged racism case after altercation at Clicks store
In the video that's being widely shared on social media, a black customer can be heard shouting and asking the white customer “who is a monkey?”
City Power working to restore electricity at Eikenhof substation
Power was restored for a short while on Monday night when one of the transformers tested positively.
Eikenhof substation catches fire, leaving Joburg south suburbs in the dark
The blaze broke out just after 1 pm on Monday afternoon and the cause is unknown.
ANC Mpumalanga calls for provincial conference to be nullified
Hundreds of ANC members marched outside the party's headquarters in Johannesburg, calling on the NWC to dissolve the current provincial leadership.
Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as president of Zimbabwe
Hundreds witnessed Mnangagwa take his oath of office at the national stadium in Harare on Sunday morning.