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.
'Children from poorest households more likely to die from preventable diseases'
The data is contained in a report released by Unicef on Wednesday titled The Convention of the Child at a Crossroads.
SAA says it's secured R2bn from banks to stay afloat
Embattled SAA said that it has managed to secure the help of various banks to keep it in business.
Mgoduso: There's no evidence of corruption against SAA board members
The South African Airways (SAA) board on Tuesday refuted allegations by unions that it was corrupt and was the reason the airline was in dire straits.
Gordhan urges unions to work with SAA management to end strike
The minister met with workers in Tshwane on day five of the strike, which continued to cost the airline over R50 million a day.
Steenhuisen: I never backstabbed Maimane
John Steenhuisen has replaced Maimame as leader of the Democratic Alliance after being voted in by the federal council.
Steenhuisen vows to 'bring DA back to life,' says it’s not a ‘white party’
The post became vacant after Mmusi Maimane resigned in the wake of Helen Zille being elected Federal Council chair last month.
NUM holds first rally in Marikana since 2012 massacre
The NUM has not been in the area for seven years after rival union, Amcu took over as the largest union for workers in the region.
DA elects John Steenhuisen as interim leader
The DA has elected John Steenhusien to lead it until April 2020, while Ivan Meyer will take over as the interim federal chairperson, replacing Athol Trollip who also resigned last month.
Govt departments assist KZN residents affected by severe weather conditions
The KZN government says 16 people have been killed since late last month due to severe weather conditions in the province.
‘I am feeling strong’, says Gana ahead of DA interim leader vote
After Mmusi Miamane's resignation Makushule Gana, who is up against John Steenhuisen, is hoping to lead the party until a permanent leader is elected next year in April.
International flights set to resume today, but not so for domestic flights
Operations at SAA had been shutdown by striking worker who are demanding wages increases, leaving passengers stranded and frustrated.
SAA and unions to meet with CCMA as strike enters second day
The CCMA will be a facilitate the meeting after talks between the two sides deadlocked as workers demand an 8% pay hike, while management is offering 5.9%.
As SAA loses R52m a day, workers to resume striking on Saturday
They've dispersed for Friday after camping out since the early hours of the morning; SAA has cancelled most of its operations until Monday.
SAA flights cancelled until Monday
Scores of travellers have been standing in a queue for hours to get assistance from some employees who decided to show up for work on Friday.
Transgender community concerned NHI won't improve healthcare quality for them
While the National Health Insurance Scheme is expected to provide universal healthcare for all South Africans, there are concerns that not much will change for the transgender community.
Strike the only way to make SAA listen to grievances, say unions
Three thousand workers belonging to Numsa and the South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) are expected to embark on a strike over wages and job cuts on Friday.