‘Every child will be placed in a school,’ Lesufi tells concerned Gauteng parents
The department had aimed to complete the application process by the end of last month but that did not happen.
2 children among 5 killed in road accident near Lenasia
It’s understood the car they were travelling collided with another vehicle, leaving one passenger critically injured on Saturday night.
Mantashe 'regrets' bribery claim, retracts comment
Mantashe met with the South African Editors' Forum on Thursday after the 'Sunday World' said he admitted to paying R70,000 to have a story about him squashed.
Mbalula: No decision has been made on e-tolls yet
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said that his finance counterpart's statement about the contentious system should not be taken out of context.
Eskom cuts power supply in Orange Farm due to nonpayment
The utility said residents in Lakeside Extension 1 and 2 stopped its officials from conducting audits and disconnections in the area.
Economy class & cellphone caps: Mboweni cuts perks for MPs
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni encouraged MPs to think about how they can further contain their compensation and benefits.
Gordhan: We need to take Eskom in a new direction
Minister Pravin Gordhan on Tuesday gave an update on the utility’s restructuring plans.
JHB land invasions case struck off the roll in High Court
A group of residents said to be spearheading land invasions in the south of the city was summoned to appear in court on Tuesday.
Eskom won't be privatised - Gordhan
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has dismissed rumours that privatisation was on the cards for Eskom and confirmed that government would be separating the entity's transmission, generation and distribution components to become subsidiaries of Eskom Holdings.
Gordhan: Eskom plan indicates SA's energy mix in next 10 years
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has given details on the utility’s special paper that details plans to fundamentally restructure it.
Origin of modern humans helps with understanding cause of prostate cancer
The research also shows that the changes in Africa’s climate triggered the first human exploration and movement, causing many to leave what is today known as the Greater Kalahari region.
CoJ: Hackers didn’t access financial information
The city missed the deadline set by the hackers who demanded almost half a million rand in bitcoin.
Origin point: Study pinpoints exact location of earliest modern humans
An international team has found that this group of Homo Sapiens originated in the south of the greater Zambezi River Basin region.
City of Joburg knows how and where IT system hacked
The City of Joburg said that it had called on its local and international partners who were experts in IT to assist with its investigation.
Hackers struck before CoJ could close loopholes, says IT official
The digital trespassers gained access to the systems on Friday. They've demanded four bitcoins, threatening to leak customer data if this was not met.
CoJ says it will not concede to hackers' demands
The City of Joburg disclosed that the attackers hacked the system on Friday and had threatened to leak customers' data if their demand of four bitcoins was not met.
Still no justice for Genee Bergs's family, years after her murder
Genee Bergs was killed in her bedroom in what was initially believed to have been a robbery gone wrong.
Acsa suspends Air Zimbabwe's use of its airports
Acsa said that Air Zimbabwe had not adhered to the cash basis terms for using its airports.