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.
Competition Commission: MTN & Vodacom data prices are anti-poor, not sustainable
The commission said these companies were interested in making a profit than providing reasonable prices to consumers.
SA data prices must be reduced - Competition Commission
The commission has recommended that service providers must reduce the prices in two months or face court action.
Hawks launch hunt for suspected terrorist in Mpumalanga
The National Christian Resistance Movement is accused of plotting to carry out terrorist acts against national key points, shopping malls and informal settlements.
Terror suspect arrested by Hawks appears in court
Harry Knoesen appeared in court in Mpumalanga on Friday on charges related to terror and the unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition.
Mkhari ‘respects’ Ramaphosa’s decision to withdraw from Chairman's Conversation
Mkhari said he understood why the president did it, but he was disappointed at the decision.
Dark times: Eskom has a R50 billion shortfall. How did we get here?
The power utility projected that it would lose R20 billion by the end of the year.
Meeting with Mr & Mrs Mkhari at Presidency 'wasn't easy' - Soul City's Ramafoko
One of the organisations who wrote to the president to remove himself from the annual Chairman's Conversation said the meeting reinforced the idea that dialogue between Given Mkhari and the president should not continue.
Andre de Ruyter ‘most suitable’ CEO to lead Eskom, says Mabuza
De Ruyter was expected to take over from Eskom board chairperson and acting CEO Jabu Mabuza in mid-January next year.
Troubled SAA desperately needs cash injection
It’s up to Treasury and the Public Enterprises Department to decide on a lifeline for the airline which has managed to fly out of a recent strike but not out of its financial woes.
SAA workers paid half of their November salaries - Numsa
The union said workers were assured that the rest of this month’s pay would be made on Monday.
Weather service warns of another heatwave to hit Gauteng from Thursday
Extreme temperatures were expected from Thursday until Sunday.
DA: Mokgalapa, Senkubuge innocent until proven guilty
On Tuesday, the party announced that Mokgalapa was on voluntary special leave to allow them to conduct its investigation without interference.
Ex-Sars senior official Van Loggerenberg obtains ‘evidence’ of unlawful raids
Johann van Loggerenberg said he obtained the information from former cigarette trader and businessman Faizal Mattia, whom he recently met.
DA places Stevens Mokgalapa on special leave over 'sex scandal'
The mayor was placed on special leave after a meeting with his party on Monday, which discussed the allegations against him and his MMC for Roads and Infrastructure Sheila Senkubuge.
EFF seeks to oust Tshwane Mayor Stevens Mokgalapa
Mayor Stevens Mokgalapa is embroiled in a sex scandal involving Roads and Infrastructure MMC Sheila Senkubuge.