Concern as dozens die on SA roads over long weekend
Over the past 48 hours, casualties on the country's roads have spiked as hundreds of motorists make their way to popular holiday destinations.
Sun International hopes to resume operations at Sun City following storm
Following mop-up operations at the Sun City Resort, Sun International says it's busy assessing the damage but travellers are welcome as it’s still open for business.
Ramaphosa prioritises youth skills development to defeat poverty
Ramaphosa says through improving the standards of education, the country enable young people to have better prospects of success in the future.
EFF: Efforts to reconcile SA futile if black people are without land
The EFF says it's taking this day to celebrate the parliamentary process towards the restoration of land to indigenous people.
Group calls on ANC, Ramaphosa to pay for Zuma’s legal fees
The group RET Defenders says they have not established a trust in Zuma's name but are encouraging individuals and organisations to contribute.
2 injured in Sun City Resort flooding
Sun International says it has made alternative arrangements for guests whose rooms have been affected.
SACP calls on SA to protect journalists
Several journalists have come forward in recent weeks complaining about attacks from some politicians and political parties.
ANC to look into Zuma’s legal costs next year
The ANC has also warned against scammers appealing for donations on behalf of Zuma.
Grant recipients urged to swap old cards for new ones
Sassa says the old cards will be deactivated next month and recipients will not be able to access their money.
Energy expert expresses confidence in Ramaphosa’s Eskom task team
The president has given the eight-member team until the end of next month to submit an initial report on how to turn around the utility.
Zuma dismisses claims his Twitter account is fake
Less than two days, Zuma has now amassed over 81,000 followers and counting.
ANC warns against scammers using party colours for illicit means
This follows the circulation of a poster on social media appealing to the public to raise funds to help Zuma pay for his legal fees.
Dirco urges S. Africans travelling abroad to learn laws of the countries
Dirco spokesperson Ndivuwo Mabaya says there's little the South African government can do to assist those arrested.
[UPDATE] Final Sars inquiry report lambasts Moyane’s management style
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is studying the findings and recommendations and is applying his mind.
2 Hawks officials to appear in court on charges of corruption
They were arrested on Thursday with an alleged drug dealer for attempting to bribe a fellow officer to release drugs and vehicles that were seized by police.
Eskom in talks with financial institutions to acquire loans for projects
This comes after the utility signed a R1.5 billion loan agreement with the French Development Agency on Thursday to support its plans to build more transmission lines along the West Coast.
Hawks arrest two of their own & alleged drug dealer for corruption
It’s alleged that the two police officers conspired with the drug dealer to bribe another officer.
DA 'pleased' with court ruling on Jacob Zuma's legal fees
The High Court found that on a proper reading of the State Attorneys Act, the decision to pay for Zuma’s legal fees should never have been made.