Mpumalanga farmer (70) shot during home invasion
The 70-year-old man -sustained four gunshot wounds to his chest, arm and leg during Monday night's attack.
Alex residents: We'll intensify protest until our cries are heard
Residents in Alexandra have vowed to set the streets of the township on fire on Thursday if their renewed calls are once again ignored.
PIC inquiry to hear both sides when JSE testifies on Survé listing claims
Businessman Iqbal Survé claims media group Tiso Blackstar and news channel eNCA lobbied to force the JSE to cancel the listing of his company Sagarmatha Technologies.
Police arrest suspected Diepsloot serial rapist
The police's Lungelo Dlamini says they have linked him to at least 13 rape cases.
Ramaphosa to Diepsloot community: ANC wants to move people out of shacks
While on the campaign trail in Diepsloot on Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa said they wanted to bring dignity to the people.
Iqbal Survé claims PIC, media groups tried to sabotage listing of tech firm
Survé testified at the PIC commission of inquiry on Tuesday which is probing allegations of impropriety but has also focused on three companies tied to him.
Survé accuses Tiso Blackstar, eNCA of interfering with listing of his company
Survé says the PIC missed an opportunity to invest in Sagarmatha when the company was considering listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
Eskom, New Development Bank sign R2.5bn loan agreement
The renewable energy integration and transmission augmentation project will be used to support the development of grid connection infrastructure as well as renewable energy to reduce the country's reliance on fossil fuels.
Sars collects R1.28 trillion in 2018/2019, misses R1.3 trillion target
Acting commissioner Mark Kingon presented the results on Monday afternoon.
ANC supports Magashule, despite 'Gangster State' allegations
The secretary general is at the centre of a new book, titled 'Gangster State - Unravelling Magashule's Web of Capture', which reveals details of how Magashule has been using his political power for alleged corrupt means.
DA gives Ramaphosa ultimatum to release SIU report on load shedding
The DA says that it is giving President Cyril Ramaphosa until Friday to release the Special Investigating Unit report that found South Africa forked out R14.5 billion during the first round of rolling blackouts in 2008.
WATCH LIVE: PIC inquiry resumes after Ramaphosa grants 4-month extension
The commission will continue this week with evidence from a new set of witnesses as well as those who have already testified.
New Sars boss Kieswetter steps in to resolve wage dispute, end strike
Officials have been locked in talks with labour unions since Sunday in an attempt to avert a total shutdown at the tax collecting agency.
Sars, unions still locked in talks amid workers' strike
Union Nehawu and the Public Servants Association represent thousands of workers who've been on strike since Thursday that has affected services at Sars offices across the country.
Oil price spike and weakening rand feed massive fuel price hike
Economists have warned that fuel price and electricity tariff increases are likely to create fertile conditions for investor uncertainty.
PIC inquiry extended by three months
The commission is investigating several dodgy transactions and allegations of impropriety.
South Africa sweats ahead of Moody's credit rating decision
Moody’s Investors Service is on Friday evening expected to make an announcement on South Africa’s credit rating.
N3 highway remains shut after protesters torch trucks
Just after midnight, a group of people set seven trucks alight and then fled the scene.