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.
Transnet’s fleet now worse than in 2014, Zondo inquiry hears
Former Transnet engineer Francis Callard says the process for identifying prospective bids for new locomotives at Transnet was flawed.
Kholofelo Maponya vows to appear at PIC Inquiry over R45m PIC payment demand
Businessman Kholofelo Maponya demanded to be paid R45 million for facilitating a deal between SA Home Loans and the PIC.
Dan Matjila, other PIC executives reported to the Hawks, inquiry hears
Standard Bank legal counsel Ian Sinton said the executives had been reported to the Hawks in relation to the alleged facilitation of an irregular R10 billion loan that included a R45 million kickback from the PIC.
Nearly 300,000 applications for grades 1 & 8 received in Gauteng so far
The Gauteng Education Department said that so far it’s received nearly 300,000 applications for grade 1 and 8 pupils for the 2020 academic year.
Department to investigate Leeuwkop prison fire
Firefighters were called to put out the blaze after it broke out in two cells in the Medium B Section of the Bryanston jail.
Bus driver allegedly hangs himself after fatal crash
Eight people were killed and 45 others were injured in Monday morning's accident.
Accused serial rapist Sibusiso Khuzwayo arrested at Bara Hospital
Khuzwayo was apprehended under a false name and was under police guard after having to undergo a surgical operation.
Sassa announces permanent CEO
Busisiwe Memela-Khambula will head the agency responsible for distributing social welfare grants to more than seventeen million people nationally.
Amplats fires more than 600 underground workers at Mototolo mine
The precious metals producer says it dismissed 643 employees at Mototolo, which produced 57,700 ounces of platinum group metals in the first quarter of 2019, after its appeal to end the strike was ignored.
ANC KZN: No final decision taken on Zandile Gumede’s future as eThekwini mayor
On Tuesday, Gumede was granted R50,000 bail after being arrested on charges of corruption and racketeering.