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.
Business welcomes Ramaphosa’s Cabinet announcement
Business Leadership South Africa’s Bonang Mohale says they are confident President Cyril Ramaphosa's team has the necessary tools to adequately tackle the country's challenges.
WATCH LIVE: Zondo wants answers on Hawks inaction on fraudulent Transnet payment
Chairperson deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo instructed his team to ask the commissioner of police did not pursue the matter when whistleblowers opened a case about the fraudulent payment of R647 million to a fake supplier in 2017.
If properly handled, Hadebe’s exit won't affect Eskom, says economist
Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe announced his resignation on Friday, saying it was for health reasons.
Two more suspects arrested in connection with Mamelodi school robbery
Police arrested two men on Thursday and Friday respectively, which brings to three those who have been handcuffed.
'Eskom's financial outlook is in crisis' - Expert
Energy analyst Chris Yelland predicted that Eskom is expected to report a R20 billion loss for the 2018/19 financial year which ended in March.
SANDF says man in parachute accident at inauguration is not in ICU
A video of the incident was widely shared on social media with some questioning the skills of the country's soldiers.
Gordhan's interference with Eskom board led to CEO's resignation - Economist
Eskom announced that Phakamani Hadebe will be leaving his position at the beginning of July this year due to health reasons.
Mzwandile Masina: We don’t want tainted people in Cabinet
Now that Ramaphosa was sworn in as the new president, all eyes are on who will make the cut in his new Cabinet.
'Where is he?' Meshoe says Zuma no-show at inauguration is a red flag
ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe said the fact that former president Jacob Zuma failed to attend today's ceremony is a red flag and that he was concerned that Zuma didn't attend the inauguration of his successor today.
We shall end poverty within a generation: Promises Ramaphosa made to SA
President Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as president at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Tshwane today where he took his oath of office.
Will Mantashe and Mbalula be included in Ramaphosa’s new Cabinet?
The ANC chairperson and Minister of Minerals Resources, Gwede Mantashe, has avoided answering questions about whether he will make it into President Ramaphosa’s new Cabinet.
Zondo seeks answers from Hawks over Transnet’s R647m payment to fake supplier
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said he was also concerned that the Hawks' Colonel Navin Madhoe, who is facing several allegations of corruption, was still at work.
Anoj Singh blamed for accelerating delivery of Transnet locomotives
Former Transnet engineer Francis Callard said that the request to accelerate delivery did not make operational or commercial sense.