KPMG agrees to reparations with Sars officials over 2014 'rogue unit' report
KPMG South African chair Wiseman Nkuhlu said the issue of reparations came up as part of re-establishing trust with the tax authority. Around 45 people were affected by the report - containing allegations of a supposed rogue unit - with some having tried to take their own lives.
Freedom Under Law: Bizos showed SA that the law could be humane, principled
The organisation is among the countless rights groups and foundations that are remembering the human rights veteran on Thursday.
Mabuza: Eskom will strengthen its leadership, accountability system
This is Mabuza's first Q&A in more than a month, following a lengthy illness.
SA police should treat each protest as new event, react differently – Expert
This follows the arrest of 18 people during protests at Parliament this past weekend. Two separate groups of protesters gathered outside the parliamentary precinct to protest gender-based violence and farm killings.
STA Travel SA worker says staff anxious, no salaries paid
An employee said they have had very little communication from the company after Monday’s announcement that it's closing its doors.
Travellers facing uncertainty following collapse of STA Travel
The South African branch, STA Travel South Africa, closed shop on Monday, informing customers of the move via social media.
Closure of STA Travel SA leaves clients with questions over their holidays
In a short statement on social media on Monday, the travel agency announced that it would cease trading.
COVID-19 restrictions claim another business as STA Travel South Africa folds
STA Travel South Africa on Monday announced that it had ceased operations.
All WC MECs & their partners pass lifestyle audit, Winde reveals
The entire Cabinet, as well as the life partners of MECs, have been scrutinised.
Police arrest 5, retrieve stolen cash taken from Lansdowne business
Police said the suspects, aged between 24 and 36, stormed the fast food outlet in Turfhall Road and threatened employees with firearms to open the safe.
Restaurants hope for more clarity on new regulations today
Eateries have been eager to get back to business as they have been shut since the lockdown started in March.
Tragic end to drive for couple as wife killed in brick-throwing incident
Michele Pietersen died on Thursday when a group of men hurled a brick at the car, she and her husband were in.
PIC files liquidation proceedings against Sekunjalo
This was due to the company's failure to honour its repayments for an outstanding loan, which had been advanced by the fund.
Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan show off dance moves during Nyanga visit
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrived shortly before 1:30 pm on Monday and were welcomed by a marimba band and traditional dancers.
Stage set for Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan in Nyanga
The royals will first visit the Justice Desk in Nyanga, an initiative supported by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.
CT to welcome Harry, Meghan on first leg of southern Africa tour
Over the next three days, Harry and Meghan will engage with various communities across Cape Town.
SA counts down to Prince Harry, Markle & Archie's visit
Prince Harry, his wife Meghan and their son Archie will be in the country next week as part of a 10-day visit to Southern Africa.
Gas tanker explosion rattles Worcester
The Breede Valley Municipality said that a gas tanker went up in flames early on Wednesday morning. The fire spread to a nearby building.