Zondo instructs legal team to investigate former ANN7 editor's claims on SABC
After ANN7 former editor, Rajesh Sundraram testified that the SABC had sold the channel hours’ worth of footage for peanuts.
Why you'll be paying more for fuel from today
From Wednesday, motorists will pay 9 cents more per litre for both grades of petrol, 13 cents more for a litre of diesel and paraffin will cost 8 cents more.
Ignatius Sehoole appointed KPMG’s new CEO
The auditing firm said Ignatius Sehoole was an experienced leader in the accounting industry.
Petrol to go up by 9 cents at midnight
The Energy Department has also announced that diesel will go up by 33.16 cents and paraffin will increase by 8 cents.
Zondo inquiry: Zuma link saw ANN7 get SABC archive footage for 'throwaway price'
Former ANN7 News Editor Rajesh Sundaram told the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture that the SABC did a big favour for ANN7, thanks to former President Jacob Zuma.
SAHRC to assist Martha Marais seek compensation over hospital abuse
Footage emerged on social media last week which showed the 76-year-old lying on the floor of the hospital with her hands tied to a chair.
Family wants to know why Martha Marais was tied to bench at Mamelodi Hospital
Her family said that while they welcome the speed with which the provincial Health Department has dealt with the matter, there are still more questions than answers.
Vuyani Jarana made right decision to quit SAA - analyst
The outgoing CEO’s major reasons for quitting include uncertainty about funding and no support for the ailing airline's turnaround strategy.
4 Mamelodi Hospital employees on special leave after ‘abuse’ of woman
A video of the 76-year-old woman tied to a bench while lying on the ground has sparked outrage and prompted an investigation.
Jarana reportedly cited SAA’s rising debt as reasons for resignation
Jarana, who tendered his resignation to the SAA board last week, is expected to serve out a three-month notice period.
Truck driver sustains serious burn wounds after petrol bomb attack
The man was found some distance away from his truck in the early hours of this morning.
Family mulls taking legal action against GP health for patient negligence
The family says the 76-year-old elderly woman was tired up and left on the floor is also looking at taking legal action against the hospital.
MEC Masuku to visit Mamelodi hospital as family lays 'abuse' complaint
Last week, the issue was back on the spotlight after 76-year-old Martha Marais was captured on camera being cuffed to a steel bench while forced to lie down on the floor at the hospital.
Alex demolitions: Trapped baby 'rescued'
Around 80 structures were destroyed in the township on Friday, sparking unrest in the region.
PSA threatens legal action if govt refuses to upgrade 'unsafe' buildings
The union, which represents thousands of public servants, said the State Attorney's office in Johannesburg was in a hazardous condition following the leak of raw sewage.
EFF's chances of successful appeal in Trevor Manuel matter dismal - lawyer
The High Court in Johannesburg has ordered the EFF to pay former government minister Trevor Manuel R500,000 and to apologise for defamatory and false statements the party made against him.
Manuel defamation ruling stifles right to free political speech - EFF
The party said the Constitution is clear in separating the standard to be applied and free political speech should not be confused with private interactions.
Manuel's happy with the defamation ruling, but the EFF's not having it
Trevor Manuel said he would donate the money he won from his defamation suit to pensioners who lost their money in the VBS Mutual Bank collapse.