Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung: I am not going to let media peddle lies about me
Sanef is calling for action against Mhlongo after he insulted Sunday World and City Press journalists and published their phone numbers online prompting threats against them from his followers.
Hot weather over parts of SA as tropical cyclone forms over Mozambique
The eastern parts of the Western Cape, western parts of the Eastern Cape as well as the Northern Cape will see temperatures peaking at between 35°C and 40°C.
SA scientists will be amongst first to test COVID-19 vaccine on variant - NHLS
South Africa is waiting for the arrival of the first 1.5 million doses of vaccines being manufactured by the Serum Institute of India between the end of the month and early February.
Treasury considering taxing SA taxpayers to pay for COVID-19 vaccines
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will be delivering his budget speech next month and there are concerns that taxes might be raised at a time when citizens are already on a financial cliff.
Ex-Trillian Capital employee: Speaking out on state capture cost me my career
Mosilo Mothepu has accused the state and corporate South Africa of failing to support those brave enough to speak out against corruption.
3 Gauteng restaurant managers arrested for selling liquor under level 3 lockdown
Officers received information that two popular restaurants one in Sandton and the other in Silverton, Pretoria, were selling booze to customers against level 3 lockdown regulations.
Numsa to picket at Macsteel over retrenchments
Numsa: "We are convinced that Macsteel is using the pandemic to boost their profit margins."
EXCLUSIVE: One year after his death, Enock Mpianzi’s parents seek accountability
The 13-year-old Parktown Boys’ High School pupil drowned in the Crocodile River on this day a year ago during a school orientation activity.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I want arrests’ - Enock Mpianzi’s mother a year after his death
The grade 8 Parktown Boys’ High pupil drowned when his makeshift raft capsized in the Crocodile River in Brits.
Africa took the right COVID-19 measures at the right time - WHO
While they were the right choices, it has left African countries with troublesome economic results.
CWU 'shocked and disturbed' by resignation of Sapo CFO 3 months into job
The senior executive cited personal reasons for his departure but the union is not buying this.
A year after his death, Enock Mpianzi's family determined to see justice done
While an independent forensic report found that gross negligence led to his death and the principal, Malcolm Williams, was fired, Mpianzi’s family are forging ahead with their R20 million claim against the Gauteng Education Department.
ICPA, govt in talks to set up 20,000 more sites for COVID-19 vaccine rollout
The first million doses of Oxford- AstraZeneca’s vaccines from India are expected to land on home soil sometime this month. They will be exclusively allocated to health care workers.
Fears of tax revolt as alcohol firms struggle with excise taxes due to booze ban
The liquor industry is calling on government to provide some relief when it comes to specific taxes this year.
Basic Education Department: Teachers will not be forced to be vaccinated
As essential workers, educators will be included in phase two of South Africa’s vaccine roll-out.
‘We are not invincible’ – Teachers fearful ahead of reopening of schools
More than 1,600 teachers have died after contracting the virus since the pandemic hit our shores - that's more than double the number of health care workers and police officers combined.
Vaccine rollout: Around 80% of African countries lagging behind, says WHO
The WHO said each country needed to inform the global health body what priority groups they wanted to jab first, which vaccine they preferred, how they were to execute the plan, and whether they needed assistance.