Here's why Ramaphosa extended the deadline for PIC inquiry report
The inquiry was supposed to submit its final report at the end of this month but will now do so by 15 December.
SAA, Comair expect operations to run smoothly after grounding flights
Following the number of flights that were cancelled on Tuesday, some passengers accused the airlines of poor communication.
Civil Aviation Authority dismisses reports of 'fake' parts fitted to SAA planes
Two weeks ago, reports emerged detailing how a Mango aircraft experienced a fault while travelling from Johannesburg to Cape Town, allegedly due to a counterfeit part fitted by SAA’s technical team.
SAA puts contingency plans in place to deal with flight cancellations, delays
SAA and Comair have had to ground some planes on Tuesday as a precautionary measure following overnight inspections by the Civil Aviation Authority.
It’s not over yet, says Jiba as she continues fight to be reinstated at NPA
On Friday, the court dismissed Jiba's latest attempt to get her job back as deputy director of public prosecutions with costs.
Eskom power cuts see City Power suspend maintenance work on infrastructure
City Power spokesperson Isaac Mangena said that since the rolling blackouts began, its been difficult for them to do their work without interruptions and safety concerns.
City Power: Techs working to restore power to suburbs hit by fault power lines
Some of these communities were without electricity since Thursday morning and were affected over and above by the rolling blackouts implemented by Eskom this week.
Jiba loses bid to be reappointed to NPA post
Jiba wanted the court to interdict President Cyril Ramaphosa and NPA head Shamila Batohi from filling her position pending a review of the decision to sack her.
Taking it up a notch: Eskom now says stage 2 load shedding for Friday
The power utility said it lost its Medupi 3, 4 and 5 power stations due to coal and handling issues further creating an additional shortage of 1.500 MW in generation capacity.
Limpopo man accused of raping girl (6), who later died, due in court
The little girl was raped two weeks ago and sustained serious injuries; she died in ICU on Tuesday night.
Matric exams affected by load shedding
A number of pupils at various schools were affected by load shedding on Wednesday during their Computer Application Technology exam.
Load shedding: JMPD deploys officers to direct Sandton traffic congestion
Parts of the city were gridlocked on Wednesday with traffic lights flashing due to power cuts in the area.
PIC: Survé's claims factually misplaced, flawed, deceitful
Sekunjalo Investment Holdings' Iqbal Survé claimed that the PIC was working with the Financial Sector Conduct Authority, which carried out raids at its Cape Town offices last week, to cause harm to his businesses and himself.
'Zondo Commission' shortlisted as SA’s 2019 Word of the Year
From a commission of inquiry to a trending music genre - these were some of the top contenders for South Africa’s 2019 Word of The Year.
Albie Sachs urges South Africans to protect the country’s democracy
Retired Constitutional Court Judge Albie Sachs said South Africans must ensure that those in power didn't abuse their power.
Lesufi: Precautionary measures in place to ensure smooth first day of exams
Thousands of Gauteng pupils will start with the computer practicals exam on Wednesday morning.
DA: Lamola is showing contempt for courts in Kanya Cekeshe matter
Cekeshe’s bail and application for leave to appeal his conviction and sentence were dismissed at the Johannesburg Magistrates Court on Monday.
Aarto draft regulations at odds with Constitution, says JPSA
Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) chair Howard Dembovsky on Monday said the regulations were at odds with the Constitution and were likely to result in further legal challenges.