Eskom urges citizens to continue using electricity sparingly
The power utility has warned that over the next two days the parastatal might have to implement stage 1 load shedding to replenish its diesel generators and water reserves.
Prasa welcomes dismissal of Swifambo Rail court application over tender
Prasa's Khanyisile Kweyama says Swifambo breached the contract as it only delivered 13 out of the 70 locomotives which are also unsuitable for the country's railways.
Weekend of load shedding ahead, Eskom warns
The utility says it may have to implement stage one power outages to allow the parastatal to replenish diesel generators and water reserves.
'Watch out' - Carl Niehaus tells Dikgang Moseneke
Carl Niehaus was referring to comments Dikgang Moseneke made earlier this week at Wits University, where he referred to former President Jacob Zuma as a 'bumbling fool'.
Rights group seeks tighter controls at schools to protect learners against abuse
This call comes after convicted sexual offender Collan Rex, a former assistant water polo coach at Parktown Boys' High School, was sentenced to 23 years in prison for sexual assault.
NPA welcomes ‘victorious’ sentence handed to Collan Rex
The 23-year-old former Parktown Boys’ High School assistant water polo coach has been sentenced to 23 years for preying on pupils at the school.
SA Catholic Bishop’s Conference concerned over EFF threats against media
The religious body is calling on red berets to meet with the South African National Editors’ Forum to find a solution to its current impasse with reporters.
Vlakfontein murders: Mabaso claims Khupe forced him to kill Khoza family
The two men accused of murdering seven people in Vlakfontein are applying for bail.
Vlakfontein murder accused appear in court after delays
The case against Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe will be heard in front of a new magistrate t at Protea Magistrates Court after being transferred from Lenasia last week.
DA takes Ramaphosa's presidential campaign donation to the Public Protector
DA leader Mmusi Maimane called the payment a bribe in return for future tenders and wants the public protector to probe the matter.
Group slams Mantashe’s response to Xolobeni ruling
The Court ruled that Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe cannot issue a mining right in Xolobeni, in the Eastern Cape, without the consent of the residents.
Investigations underway after pupil (8) found dead & Roosevelt school fire
At Sikhulisile Primary School, Ekangala, the body of an eight-year-old grade two pupil was found on Thursday; he had suffered extensive bruises to his face.
3 doctors wounded in Limpopo hospital shooting
PSA is laying the blame on the Department of Health for allegedly failing to provide adequate security at the hospital.
Serial taxi rapist Lebogang Mokoena handed 13 life sentences & 340 more years
The National Prosecuting Authority has welcomed the sentence. His sentences will run concurrently.
ANC stalwarts condemn EFF, BLF attacks on state capture inquiry
ANC stalwarts and veterans have accused the Economic Freedom Fighters and the Black First Land First of trying to undermine the legitimacy of the inquiry.
NPA: 'No evidence proves Vlakfontein murder accused Mabaso threatened by Khupe'
The pair has been remanded in different prisons since Mabaso made the startling allegations earlier this month.
Bail application in Vlakfontein murder case moved to Protea Magistrates Court
Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe are seeking to apply for bail on various charges but power outages at the Lenasia Magistrates Court have forced the case to be transferred.
Power cuts again delay Vlakfontein murder suspects' bail application
Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe’s appearance had to be postponed at the Lenasia Magistrates Court on Tuesday due to an electrical issue.