Separate fires claim two lives
In the latest blaze in Dunoon, 30 homes were destroyed leaving 120 people displaced.
UCT launches interdisciplinary research centre amid water crisis
The institute will be based at a repurposed waste water treatment site in Franschhoek.
Billions needed to repair SA's ageing infrastructure
Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says the country requires about R500 billion to repair aging infrastructure.
'All families fight, but there's a need for change in ANC'
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says there is a need for change in the ruling party.
Pravin Gordhan: It's up to President Zuma whether I remain in office
The finance minister says Cabinet appointments are at the behest of President Jacob Zuma.
Ramaphosa to weigh options on national minimum wage
The deputy president says it’s critical that a balance is struck when determining an appropriate wage.
Ramaphosa reiterates govt's commitment to rollout nuclear energy
Ramaphosa has emphasised SA is not yet in talks with foreign businesses to procure a nuclear energy build.
Ramaphosa reiterates govt’s commitment to roll out nuclear energy
Ramaphosa says a 9,600mw new nuclear build proposal is set for public release during this financial year.
Beaufort West cell death: Accused still waiting for psych evaluation
Murder accused Zuko Mgungquntu is facing charges of murder and malicious damage to property.
Myeni incapable of steering SAA in right direction, insists DA
The DA plans to have Dudu Myeni’s reappointment as SAA board chairperson overturned.
Beaufort West cell murder case postponed
Murder accused Zuko Mguqgunthu has been ordered to undergo mental observation.
DA heads to court to have Myeni booted
Last week, Cabinet announced Dudu Myeni has been reappointed to the position of SAA board chairperson.
Plettenberg residents urged to be alert following vegetation fire
Nine people had to be evacuated from their homes last week.
WC policing forum concerned about high murder rate
The latest crime statistics show that the Western Cape has the most murder hot spots in the country.
Living in fear: Delft residents want solutions to gang violence
The community’s CPF says there were more than 30 murders in the area last month.
Prasa chief executive sets record straight on Molefe role
Acting CEO Collins Letsoalo says board chair Popo Molefe has to consult him around issues at Prasa.
Prasa to pump R172bn into turnaround strategy
The embattled agency says the entire railway service is set to undergo major change over the next 20 years.
Prasa is not in distress, says acting CEO Letsoalo
Prasa management came out in full force, slamming media reports of a collapsing entity.