Civil society group outraged over Bob Hewitt’s bid for early release from jail
The former international tennis champion has applied to spend the rest of his six-year sentence at home after only serving two years behind bars after being convicted of rape and sexual assault in 2016 of two women.
Eskom pens new coal deals, can't guarantee keeping lights on
The power utility has been using diesel to alleviate pressure on some of its power stations to avoid rolling blackouts.
Grant beneficiaries urged to switch to new cards before end of December
The agency says the deadline for obtaining new cards is the end on December and there won't be an extension.
'Most of Eskom's power stations left with less than 20 days of coal supply'
The power utility is struggling to keep the country's lights on as its coal stockpiles are declining at power stations.
Another bailout won’t solve the SABC's financial woes, says labour expert
While the future of the SABC staff hangs in the balance, employees are also now digesting news that the embattled corporation may run out of money to pay salaries by early next year.
'Eskom has been in denial about coal cliff'
Energy expert Ted Blom says the power utility has only themselves to blame for a decline in coal stockpiles at its power stations.
SABC to face unions over proposed mass staff retrenchments
Unions have made it clear that they will not allow the public broadcaster to lay off 981 permanent staff and over 1,000 freelancers.
Vlakfontein community to submit petition against granting murder accused bail
Murder accused Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe’s bail applications will be heard at the Lenasia Magistrates Court on 20 November.
Vlakfontein community: 2 murder accused must also die
Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe briefly appeared in the Lenasia Magistrates court on Monday where the matter was postponed to next week.
Vlakfontein murder suspect Ernest Mabaso makes U-turn in bail bid
Ernest Mabaso is now set to bring a formal bail application at Lenasia Magistrates Court.
SAA allays sale fears following Finance Minster Tito Mboweni's remarks
Speaking at an investor conference in New York earlier this month, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said SAA was unlikely to be salvaged and should simply be offloaded.
Vlakfontein murder accused expected to formally apply for bail
Fita Khupe (61) is facing seven counts of premeditated murder and theft.
Turn to internal party structures, not courts - ANC appeals to members
The ANC says it’s vindicated by the South Gauteng High Court judgment because the matter did not belong in court.
Denel: Appointing new CEO and CFO will help rebuild company
The state arms manufacturer fired its CFO Odwa Mhlwana yesterday after being found guilty for misconduct during a disciplinary hearing.
Denel fires CFO Odwa Mhlwana
Odwa Mhlwana was placed on special leave earlier this year following allegations of misconduct.
Ramaphosa ‘on track’ to meet deadline to appoint new NPA head
President Cyril Ramaphosa was given 90 days by the Constitutional Court in August to fill the position of the National Director of Public Prosecutions.
Presidency announces shortlist of 12 candidates for new NPA head
Gauteng top prosecutor Andrew Chauke, DA MP and former Scorpions boss Glynnis Breytenbach and acting NPA head Silas Ramaite are in the running for the job.
CPJ calls on Tanzanian govt to halt crackdown on media
The call follows the detention of South African journalist Angela Quintal and her colleague Muthoki Mumo.