Will he or won’t he? Parly now unsure of Zuma’s Sona attendance
On Wednesday morning, Parliament announced that Jacob Zuma would attend President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Sona on Thursday evening, but later stated that the confirmation was premature.
Eskom says it's unable to suspend load shedding for afternoon rush hour
The power utility resumed stage one power cuts at 9am which were expected to continue until at least 6am on Wednesday morning.
Councillor hits back, says Klipspruit protest not about service delivery
Some residents said they were angry about electricity issues, while others were adamant they wanted their ward councillor removed.
Mbali Ntuli: DA leadership failing to steer party in right direction
The former DA Youth Leader has been addressing a press briefing in Rosebank, announcing her candidacy to contest the position of national leader.
Ramaphosa: Germany deepening contribution to job growth in SA
President Cyril Ramaphosa is hosting German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Union Buildings in Pretoria for her official visit.
Govt to assist SA man, his colleague stranded in Wuhan - Mkhize
Eyewitness News spoke to Pieter Viljoen who said they were desperate to return home. Viljoen said transport services was suspended in Wuhan.
Eskom may have to take 10,000 megawatts offline over new rules
Eskom estimates it would cost R300 billion to install this technology at power stations that will still be operational after 2030.
Mashaba aims to attract 18 million SAns that didn’t vote with new party
Herman Mashaba resigned from the Democratic Alliance in October, saying it was not the same party that he joined in 2014.
Ramaphosa: Govt has prioritised task of building a capable state
In his latest newsletter released on Monday, outlining his plans for the new year and new decade, Ramaphosa said this was one of the most pressing challenges for South Africa.
Court approves R5bn settlement in gold miners' silicosis case
The agreement, on behalf of thousands of mineworkers, affects people who contracted the disease during or after being employed as gold miners from 1965.
ANC: Hanekom should explain himself to party disciplinary commission
ANC NEC member Derek Hanekom has stirred controversy by admitting that he met with the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to discuss the ousting of former President Jacob Zuma.
WATCH LIVE: Estina dairy farm beneficiaries give testimony at Zondo Inquiry
The state capture commission of inquiry continues hearing Estina dairy farm-related testimony on Wednesday from two of the beneficiaries.
Mkhwebane should be advised to resign, says pressure group
Accountability Now's Advocate Paul Hoffman said that if Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane did not resign she could be impeached, face disciplinary action from the Legal Practice Council or face perjury charges.
AfriForum: Modise can't use connections to duck animal cruelty charges
Speaker Thandi Modise faces charges of animal cruelty after she was accused of leaving her North West farm unattended, causing the death of more than 50 pigs and other animals, five years ago.
Animal abuse case against Thandi Modise postponed to October
Speaker of Parliament Thandi Modise faces charges of animal cruelty after she was accused of leaving her North West farm unattended causing the death of more than 50 pigs and other animals, five years ago.
ANC to discuss spies claims Zuma made at state capture inquiry - Magashule
Jacob Zuma accused former Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi and former Communications Minister Simphiwe Nyanda of being apartheid spies.
Gauteng Health MEC to introduce programmes to help prevent patient abuse
The Health Department has come under fire in recent weeks for the way patients have been treated at public hospitals and clinics.
Equipment tampering sees Winterveld without power
Large parts of Winterveld in Tshwane remain without power due to equipment tampering, with Eskom urging community leaders to help stop this from happening.