2 people killed, 6 others injured in KZN shooting
The details surrounding the incident were not yet known and local authorities were on the scene for further investigations.
Pay your bills or else: Eskom warns Free State municipalities of dark December
Eskom said the rolling blackouts will happen for most of the day until they pay up.
NPA's probe into Gupta-linked Regiments 'at advanced stage'
The Gupta-linked company has also been accused of being involved in state capture.
Infant mortality rate at the George Mukhari Hospital raises alarms
They show that 302 babies died at the facility last year, compared to 232 in 2013.
Pay up or we’ll pull the plug, Eskom tells 3 Free State municipalities
Notices of intention to terminate have been sent to the Mangaung, Mafube and Mantsopa municipalities, which have until 3 December to cough up.
4 people injured in Wynberg factory explosion
Paramedics said the details surrounding the incident were not yet known, but local authorities were on the scene for further investigations.
City of Joburg prepared to bust drunk drivers over festive season
A new alcohol evidence centre has been launched and the City hopes this will reduce the number of drunk driving offences.
Adam Habib remembers Donald Gordon as ‘great alumnus’
Gordan and his family also donated over R120 million to Wits to build the Wits Donald Gordon Medical centre, which is the country's first private teaching hospital.
Amnesty Int. SA report accuses Facebook, Google of pervasive surveillance
In a new report titled Surveillance Giants", the non-governmental organisation says the companies need to change their business model and stop their reliance on people's data.
7 Chinese, Taiwanese nationals accused of human trafficking to apply for bail
They appeared at the Johannesburg Magistrate Court on Thursday and have been remanded in custody.
Ramaphosa to deliver eulogy at Xhosa King Sigcawu's state funeral
President Cyril Ramaphosa has requested that flags fly at half-mast throughout the country in honour of late Xhosa King Zwelonke Sigcawu.
Sacca not surprised SAA unable to pay salaries on time this month
A screenshot of what appears to be an internal correspondence about delays in the payment of salaries went viral on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.
7 Asian nationals arrested for alleged human trafficking appear in court
The group was arrested last week in a joint operation at a factory in Village Deep; 91 workers were rescued during the raid.
Hawks arrest MISA CEO Goodman Ntandazo Vimba
Vimba is expected to appear in court in East London on Monday.
WATCH LIVE: Zondo Inquiry hears Gupta landing explanation from Nkoana-Mashabane
The landing of the plane in 2013 caused an uproar because it carried over 200 wedding guests for the Gupta family.
Bosasa assets to be auctioned off to settle its debts
The embattled company, now named African Global Operations and most of its subsidiaries, were liquidated earlier this year.
SAA set to resume some domestic flights today
Flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town and Johannesburg to Durban, along with those to Victoria Falls, will be operational.
Sars guns for Lucky Montana over R1.8m in unpaid taxes
The taxman arrived to seize the former Prasa CEO’s moveable assets such as his cars and furniture on Wednesday, but nothing was taken away.