Healthcare workers did not contract COVID-19 from patients, says department
The department released a statement late on Saturday night announcing that 13 doctors in four provinces are among the latest confirmed cases of the virus.
SA was given grace ahead of downgrade but failed to deliver: economists
Moody’s downgraded South Africa to junk status on Friday night, citing a deterioration in fiscal strength and structurally very weak growth.
Limpopo man with coronavirus arrested for failing to self-isolate
It’s understood the 30-year-old tested in Gauteng then travelled to Limpopo days after receiving his results.
Motsepe family pledges R1 bln towards fight against coronavirus
The Mostepe family made the announcement in an online briefing as the country enters its second day of a 21-day lockdown.
Witwaters building to re-open as accommodation for Wits students
After a video emerged of some Wits students sleeping in libraries, students took to the streets calling for the university to assist.
Opposition parties react to second coronavirus case diagnosed in SA
South Africans have been strongly encouraged to continue following hygienic practices such as regular handwashing to fight against the rapid spread of the disease.
Don't panic, says MEC as 16 SA students arrive back from China
Health MEC Phophi Ramathuba has urged other South Africans not to panic as precautionary measures had been taken with regards to the students.
DA must end personality cults around leaders, says the party's Mbali Ntuli
Ntuli was speaking at her rally in Durban on Saturday, which is part of her campaign for the party's top job.
Ramaphosa thanks Ubuntu Award winners for promoting ‘Brand SA’
Comedian Trevor Noah was among the recipients of the awards at the ceremony held on Friday night.
NW teacher placed on special leave for allegedly injuring pupil
The Geelhout Park Secondary School says the teacher threw the bottle when pupils returned to class late from their lunch break.
Pupils from Bramfisherville school who ate poisoned cakes getting treatment
The pupils from Ikusasalethu Secondary School in Bramfisherville were sent to various hospitals, with some in a critical condition.
Pupils from Gauteng school hospitalised after eating 'space cakes'
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Friday tweeted that about 100 pupils were treated in various hospitals after eating poisoned cakes. A 21-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly selling cakes with marijuana in them to the pupils.
Miss Universe Zozi Tunzi to land on home soil today
Tunzi will arrive at OR Tambo International Airport on Saturday morning, and South Africans are encouraged to welcome her.
Murdered Germiston teen Laticia Jansen laid to rest
Family, friends, teachers and classmates gathered at the Graceland High School where she had attended to pay tribute to the slain 14-year-old.
City Power to keep lights on while Eskom still implements stage 2 load shedding
The power supplier said it had enough capacity to supply its customers with electricity for the time being but said people should continue using electricity sparingly.
Reports: Mantashe lashed out at Necsa board before mass resignations
The City Press reports its in possession of an audio recording of Mantashe asserted his authority during a meeting with the nuclear and energy cooperation executives in his Pretoria office on Tuesday.
DA to file complaint on appointment of Simelane, Shaik by Sisulu
Simelane was former President Jacob Zuma's appointment to the director of public prosecutions, while Shaik played a lamentable role in the Bulelani Ngcuka Apartheid spy debacle.
3 suspects nabbed for plan to rob bank customer leaving Mall of Africa
Police have seized a car that was used by the criminals as well as two unlicensed firearms and ammunition.