Teacher shot dead at KZN school
An unknown male entered the school premises in Folweni and fired multiple shots at the 48-year-old male teacher who was walking down a passage at the time.
No date yet for special task team to probe Parliament over state capture
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo revealed yesterday that he plans to establish this team because people not accounting to parliament was a serious concern.
Trollip on why the DA is 'so focused' on the ANC
Following the DA's Federal Council meeting this weekend the opposition party accepted that it concentrates a lot on the ANC.
WATCH LIVE: More details on 'suspicious transactions' by Gupta-linked firm
Elijah Mazibuko told the commission on Friday that Homix made 13 suspicious cross border foreign exchange transactions that were flagged in 2015 valued to at least R51.8 million.
Hawks to make more arrests over KZN tender fraud
Embattled eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede was one of the high profile people who was arrested on allegations of fraud and corruption regarding a tender worth R208 million.
ANC deputy president David Mabuza to be sworn-in as MP on Tuesday
Mabuza postponed his swearing in last week, saying that he wanted an opportunity to address the ANC's integrity commission.
Analyst: Departing Hadebe may not have won over Eskom staff
Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe announced he was stepping down on Friday, saying the job had taken a toll on his health.
Phakamani Hadebe's resignation as Eskom CEO met with shock
Energy analyst Chris Yelland says Hadebe's resignation comes at a critical time for Eskom.
Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe resigns
Phakamani Hadebe was permanently appointed to the position just a year ago after being recommended by the company’s board.
South Africans caught in Giza blast safely back home
Three other South Africans injured in the blast remain in hospital in Egypt.
Drunk driver arrested after attempt to bribe JMPD officers
The motorist was stopped by JMPD at the corner of Oxford and Rudd streets and tried to bribe officers with R410.
SABC: Radio Park still not safe to operate following diesel spill
The public broadcaster said that a power outage on Wednesday resulted in the internal system switching to a back-up generator and due to the aging equipment, the diesel tank started overflowing.
Eskom remains open to aid Zim with electricity supply
Zimbabweans are grappling with the worst rolling blackouts in three years, with households, businesses and industries, including mines, left without electricity for up to eight hours a day.
Eskom: Zimbabwe hasn’t approached SA for assistance with power crisis
It has been reported that Zimbabwe would make arrangements to increase power imports from Mozambique and South Africa to help stave off load shedding.
3 mln discouraged workers: The unemployed have given up - economist
Statistics SA released the Quarterly Labour Force Survey results which showed that the unemployment rate had increased by 0.5% in the first three months of 2019.