Modise: Heads will roll over irregular procurement of Cuban COVID drug
Minister Thandi Modise made her first appearance as the minister before Parliament's defence committee and vowed to get to the bottom of the procurement of the experimental drug without approval.
Eskom reduces load shedding to stage 1 on Sunday
The power utility said Sunday's bout of load shedding will run from 6 am until 11 pm.
Facing COVID-19 and anxiety, Class of 2020 ready to write matric exams
More than 1 million matrics throughout the country will sit for the English Paper One on Thursday.
No direct link to connect Sekola Matlaletsa to Brendin Horner's murder - court
The court has granted Sekola Matlaletsa R5,000 bail while his co-accused Skwetje Mahlamba will stay behind bars as his bid has been denied.
Trump threatens permanent freeze on WHO funding in 30 days
Washington suspended funding to the WHO in mid-April, accusing it of being too close to Beijing and covering up and mismanaging the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 death toll jumps to 48 with 2,605 confirmed cases
The Eastern Cape and Limpopo provinces have recorded their first deaths.
Bertens stuns world number one Barty in WTA Finals
Bertens won 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in two hours and nine minutes in a see-saw match featuring 12 breaks of serve.
Water quality: The world's 'invisible crisis'
World map of water quality around the world based on an index of key indicators from 2000 to 2010, according to a World Bank study.
Funds allocated to Estina were not classified correctly, Zondo hears
Treasury’s former deputy director general in the Free State Anna Fourie outlined how Estina was contracted as a service provider and beneficiary against public financial management principles.
Nadal beats Djokovic to win ninth Rome title
World number one Djokovic, winner at the Madrid Open last week, produced an error-strewn performance in his 54th meeting with second-ranked Nadal.
Maimane: What Nkandla is to Zuma, Bosasa is to Ramaphosa
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear before the state capture commission.
Pope says anti-Semitic Christians 'reject own origins'
Francis paid homage to the Nostra Aetate (In our time) declaration of the Second Vatican Council which in 1965 officialised Roman Catholic respect for other religions including Judaism, after centuries of anti-Semitism.
Mlungisi Madonsela's family calls for probe into claim hospital turned him away
Madonsela died last week after being shot, allegedly by a private security guard, during nationwide demonstrations on campus.
Pucovski gets shock Australia call-up as Marsh brothers dumped
Also axed from the 13-man squad after the humbling 2-1 series defeat to India were underperforming opener Aaron Finch and middle-order batsman Peter Handscomb.
Madagascar court declares Rajoelina president, rejects fraud complaint
High Constitutional Court chairman Jean-Eric Rakotoarisoa ratified results given by the Indian Ocean island’s electoral board last month saying Rajoelina won 55.66% of votes versus 44.34% for Marc Ravalomanana.
Egypt's fertile Nile Delta threatened by climate change
The fertile arc-shaped basin is home to nearly half the country's population, and the river that feeds it provides Egypt with 90% of its water needs.
3 senior Crime Intelligence officials cleared in fraud matter
Brigadiers Leonora Phetlhe and Tiyani Hlungwane, as well as Lieutenant-Colonel Zandile Mokushane, were found not guilty on all charges.
'Surviving R Kelly' docuseries to premiere in 2019
An official trailer has come out which starts off by one of his victims referring to R. Kelly, who's faced years of sexual misconduct allegations, as 'the devil.'