Lesetja Kganyago sues ANC’s Andile Lungisa for defamation
Srab Governor Lesetja Kganyago filed court papers on Tuesday demanding R500,000 in damages from Andile Lungisa for calling him a 'dutiful servant of racialist superiors - and exceptional k-word'.
20 illegal miners arrested in the West Rand
They were handcuffed in Matholeville near Roodepoort earlier on Tuesday during a police operation targeting illegal mining and electricity connections in the area.
More than 30 die on KZN roads over long weekend
More than 30 people lost their lives on the road during the long weekend in KwaZulu-Natal, including in the latest crash involving a bus in which six people lost their lives.
Absa denies making donation to CR17 campaign
The ‘Sunday Independent’ listed Absa Nation Building as having given over R10 million to the campaign in the lead up to the conference held in Nasrec.
Radovan Krejcir's life not in danger, says Correctional Services
According to The Saturday Star, Krejcir's family believes that he will be murdered if he isn't moved out of the Leeuwkop Maximum Security prison.
Unicef: Less than half of kids born in Sub-Saharan Africa are legally registered
The organisation said data shows that if the current trend persists, 115 million children will be unregistered by 2030 across the continent.
SAPS probe theft of jewellery allegedly belonging to Rupert
Police spokesperson Mavela Masondo said the suspects were armed with pistols and entered an office park and held security guards at gunpoint.
Zwartkop air force hangar catches fire
The blaze broke out at South Africa's oldest air force base early on Saturday morning.
Nzuza: We want to make it nearly impossible for illegal immigrants to enter SA
Home Affairs Deputy Minister Njabulo Nzuza visited the KwaPhuza border between South Africa and Mozambique in Manguzi, KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday.
Ex-Sunday Times journo apologises to former Sars exec for apartheid spy smear
Malcolm Rees began his apology by saying he has seen recent media reports branding Johann Van Loggerenberg as an apartheid-era spy.
Gordhan: ConCourt ruling on Brian Molefe pension ‘very important victory’
The minister said this was another win against those who actively benefitted from the capture of public institutions.
Outa gives City of Tshwane ultimatum over Hammanskraal water crisis
The lobby group gave the city 48 hours to act after it found the drinking water was contaminated with Escherichia coli, also known as E. coli.
Ramaphosa expected to detail plans to split Eskom later this month
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said that President Cyril Ramaphosa was expected to make an announcement regarding the splitting of Eskom into three parts.
Mark Barnes willing to serve as Eskom CEO or non-executive
Mark Barnes is currently serving notice at the Post Office after resigning last week following a disagreement with the board about the way forward at the state-owned entity.
Drinking water contaminated in Hammanskraal, says Outa
The South African Human Rights Commission also found that the water was not fit for human consumption.
Gordhan rejects claims of meddling in Eskom operations
Opportune Investment CEO Chris Logan accused the minister of reaching beyond his scope of employment following a labour dispute between Eskom management and unions.
KZN DA: Gumede on a paid holiday because ANC can't make decision on her fate
As the future of embattled eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede remains unclear, the Democratic Alliance (DA) in KwaZulu-Natal said it was considering all options to have her removed from the position.
Reserve Bank imposes administrative sanction on Bank of Baroda
The authority said Bank of Baroda was instructed to rectify the deficiencies but failed to do so which resulted in them being slapped with an R11 million fine.