Judgment reserved in second bid to halt Shell's seismic survey off Wild Coast
While acknowledging the urgency of the matter, Judge Gerald Bloem adjourned the seven-hour long hearing after arguments were concluded, reserving his judgment until further notice.
Court judgment ordering Hlaudi Motsoeneng to pay back more than R11.5m welcomed
Hlaudi Motsoeneng had been paid the money by the public broadcaster while he was COO as a so-called success fee. But the High Court has now declared that payment unlawful and invalid.
Lockdown necessary but COVID vaccines as important - MAC
Government on Thursday announced that South Africa would remain on level 1 lockdown.
Sigh of relief as country remains at level one lockdown - Business Unity SA
The National Coronavirus Command Council announced earlier on Thursday that lockdown restrictions would not be increased.
Business Leadership SA supports Eskom's plans to rent out land in Mpumalanga
This would allow space for private sector companies that wish to develop their own power generation plants using renewable technologies.
Fitch revises South Africa's outlook from negative to stable
This comes as the country battles to get its economy back on track due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
Traffic officials increase measures to stop drunk driving
Following a year of COVID restrictions, South Africans are taking full advantage of the holidays to get away for a while.
Huge fuel increases driving up inflation - Stats SA
The latest figures show consumer price inflation rose to 5.5% for November. That is up from five percent the month before.
Stats SA: Annual consumer price inflation rises to 5.5% for Nov
This sees the figure edge closer to the upper end of the reserve bank's target range of between 3% and 6%.
UK Health Secretary Javid confirms SA to be removed from travel red list
Health Secretary Sajid Javid said that all 11 countries on the travel red list would be removed, saying that the system had been shown to be ineffective in slowing the variant.
Germany provides clarity on restrictions for travel to and from SA
German national carrier Lufthansa is continuing to fly to this country.
4 rhinos killed in poaching incident at WC game reserve
A R100,000 reward has been offered to catch those responsible.
Massmart says it's reached an agreement with striking workers
The Union has been demanding a R500 salary increase across the board, while the retail giant - which owns stores including Makro, Game and Builders Warehouse - has been offering R320.
NPA's head of Investigating Directorate Hermione Cronje resigns
National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi has formally recommend that President Cyril Ramaphosa accept Cronje's resignation, effective from 1 March 2022.
Court rules MPs should be obligated to disclose internal campaign donations
A full bench has found that the Executive Ethics Code, which compels MPs to disclose benefits they receive is "unconstitutional, unlawful and invalid".
Some private healthcare providers reveal plans to deal with COVID fourth wave
The Health Department has been getting ready for an expected fourth wave and the private health sector has joined in.
Aspenovax: Aspen SA to produce its own vaccine
Aspen South Africa said Janssen Pharmaceuticals confirmed a non-binding term sheet with the company to sell J&J COVID-19 vaccines under its own brand.