Alcohol sales restriction won't help reduce pressure on hospitals - researcher
Liquor sales hours have been cut as coronavirus infections continue to rise. This has been done to free up bed space in medical facilities as coronavirus hospitalisations increase.
Former Eskom board chair Jabu Mabuza passes away
Jabu Mabuza is survived by his wife, Siviwe and three children.
'This could've been done earlier': MAC on level 3 lockdown announcement
On Tuesday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa raised the nation's COVID-19 alert level, moving the curfew earlier and restricting alcohol sales and public gatherings.
'ANC has never prosecuted a single apartheid murderer', says Malema
Julius Malema was speaking at the EFF June 16 commemoration outside the Uitsig High School in Centurion.
Bright Friday night ahead as Eskom suspends power cuts
However, the weekend won't be totally free of rolling blackouts.
Numsa, Sacca accuse DPE of not being transparent over SAA equity partner
On Friday morning, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan announced the sale of 51% of the national carrier to Takatso Consortium.
Former anti-apartheid activist Peter Hain welcomes UK sanctions on Guptas
Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta and their associate Salim Essa are included on a list of 22 individuals who've had sanctions imposed on them for their role in corruption.
One person arrested in connection with Table Mountain fire
As firefighters battled the fire break between Rhodes Memorial and the slopes above Vredehoek, they received several calls that people were making fires in the bush.
Kganyago announces repo rate unchanged at 3.5%
South African Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago announced that the interest rates will remain as they are, which means the nation's prime lending rate stays at 7%.
Mboweni on taxes: We'll have the largest shortfall ever, but we have a plan
While we will have the highest tax shortfall ever on record - mostly due to the COVID-19 pandemic - government has a few plans to ensure it acquires as much income as possible.
Mboweni unveils R2 trillion Budget, focus on vaccine rollout, efficient spending
With the ravages of COVID-19 and the associated lockdowns eroding an already shaky economy, the Finance Minister and his team at Treasury have a particularly hard task this year.
Economists seeking evidence of fiscal consolidation, minimising debt in Budget
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver a difficult budget in Parliament this afternoon against the backdrop of an economy battered by COVID-19 and lockdowns and a day after unemployment figures revealed a rising number of jobless.
Used 'Jerusalema' for your company video? A bill could be coming your way
While members of the public who used the song for a bit of fun don't have to worry too much, those who used it for their own endorsements are in for a rude awakening.
Mkhize announces SA to secure 1.5 million vaccine doses by end Feb
One million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine from the Serum Institute of India (SII) will arrive in January and 500,000 doses in February.
Tito Mboweni and closing the hippo’s mouth: MTBPS 2020
The Finance Minister delivers an ambitious Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement that will shift government’s priorities, and slash spending.
Schaffer: WCED was within its rights to resume classes today
The Basic Education Minister on Sunday night announced that schools would not reopen today as planned and would only welcome back grade 7 and 12 pupils next Monday because not all provinces and schools were prepared.
Level 3 lockdown – here’s what you need to know
South Africa will move to level three of lockdown on 1 June. Here are the main changes you can expect as announced by government.
What life will look like under Level 4 of lockdown
A lengthy government briefing yielded more details about what a Level 4 lockdown will look like.