Rock fall leaves 4 miners trapped in Orkney mine
The NUM says one miner was rescued with injuries and taken to hospital while rescuers are trying to reach the others.
SAA: Numsa, Sacca back Solidarity’s bid to stop Matuson appointment
Les Matuson was announced by government, as the man to lead the process, aimed at saving SAA from collapse due to financial difficulty.
ANC to challenge vote allowing DA’s Da Gama to stay on as Joburg speaker
ANC councillor Jolidee Matongo accused the Democratic Alliance of playing dirty.
Eskom unable to say when load shedding will stop
The power utility implemented stage two load shedding on Thursday to prevent the collapse of its electricity system.
Da Gama survives no-confidence vote by skin of his teeth
To succeed, the motion needed to have 136 councillors vote for it out of a total of 270.
Fidelity officer killed, another injured in Free State heist
The officers were guarding a pension pay point earlier on Thursday when a group of criminals approached them in a green Mercedes and another unspecified vehicle.
Here we go again: Eskom implements stage 2 load shedding
Eskom has announced it's introducing stage 2 load shedding. It will be implemented from 4pm until 11pm today.
Zondo questions lack of detail over meeting held at Gupta compound
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo seemed confused with parts of Fana Hlongwane's testimony about what was discussed at the meeting in Saxonwold.
9 inmates who escaped from Springs Magistrates Court still on the run
Four of those escapees had made appearances in the dock on murder charges related to crimes committed in KwaThema in March.
Security to be increased at Gauteng schools during holidays - Lesufi
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said schools were prone to vandalism and break-ins during the festive season.
2019 matric exams successful - despite load shedding, says Lesufi
The department said marking began last week and would continue until 14 December.
Numsa, Sacca reject claims that strike crippled SAA financially
The workers' unions says the current board and senior management of SAA knew the dire straits the company was in prior to the strikes and should take responsibility for it.
Lesufi ‘satisfied’ with progress of online admission placements for 2020
The Gauteng Education MEC announced that about 27,000 parents failed to provide the correct documents in their children's applications before the 30 November deadline.
Petrol price to increase by 22 cents at midnight
Diesel is expected to decrease by 15 cents and illuminating paraffin will cost 24 cents less at the pumps.
Experts agree with Competition Commission’s findings on data prices
The commission ordered network operators MTN and Vodacom to reduce data prices by at least 50% within two months or face prosecution.
Vodacom, MTN could challenge Competition Commission’s report on data cost
The commission recommended that the two operators slash prices by at least half in two months or face prosecution.
Dudu Myeni sues Outa for R8m ‘for damaging her reputation’
Outa and Myeni are involved in a bitter battle in the Pretoria High Court.
Tshwane man who tried to intervene in fight was shot, killed at mall
It's understood there was an altercation between two men this on Monday afternoon in the parking lot.