Power cuts set to continue in Zim if debts not settled, Eskom says
State power company Zesa Holdings LTD has admitted that the power crisis looks set to continue until it clears its debts.
2 Westdene preschoolers killed by rat poison
The City of Johannesburg said the privately-run preschool where the children died did not have the required permits.
All eyes on new SAA interim CEO to secure funding to pay debt
In the meantime, interim chief financial officer Deon Fredericks said the airline also approached three additional lenders, which include international funders for short-term help.
Sars' Kieswetter set to brief public on first month in charge
Edward Kieswetter’s first month, the new tax season and other issues are expected to be discussed on Tuesday morning.
IMF urges reform at Eskom to reignite economic growth
The IMF said a focus on policy action to remove long-standing constraints to growth and accelerate job creation was imperative following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s election last month.
Unlawfully contracted Regiments inflated Transnet deal, Zondo inquiry told
This was among the submissions made by MNS Attorneys' Tshiamo Sedumedi, whose firm investigated several multi-billion rand contracts.
S&P rating decision welcomed by pundits
Late on Friday night, the agency kept the country's sovereign credit ratings unchanged at below investment grade.
We shall end poverty within a generation: Promises Ramaphosa made to SA
President Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as president at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Tshwane today where he took his oath of office.
S&P Global keeps SA’s rating unchanged
S&P affirmed the country’s long-term foreign currency debt rating at ‘BB’ and its local currency debt rating at ‘BB+’.
ANC urged to be cautious over appointment of new leaders
Economists say the financial markets will be looking closely at who President Cyril Ramaphosa will appoint in his cabinet.
Almost there: ANC still leads with less than 10% of votes left to count
The ANC is sitting at 57.66% while the DA is sitting at 20.74% and the EFF at 10.45% with 92.57% of the votes counted.
ANC, DA remain top 2 parties in Gauteng so far
The ANC had over 49% of the votes, the DA close to 27% and the Economic Freedom Fighters were sitting with almost 14% of the votes.
IEC dismisses allegations of Russian interference in SA elections
The commission countered the claim, but said it was open to investigating all threats.
Vote counting continues, ANC leads the pack with almost 57% of votes
The IEC said by 10pm there should be a clear picture of which parties had done well in the national and provincial elections.
Mangosuthu Buthelezi calls on KZN to give IFP widespread support
He said the country has been denied overall justice for far too long: “Justice has been denied for far too long and I am not talking specifically about the courts when I mention justice but I am talking about fairness.”
Political parties take election campaigns to church in search of votes
President Cyril Ramaphosa took the ANC's campaign to the KwaZulu-Natal south coast and praised the role that the Methodist Church had played in the formation of the ANC more than a century ago.
Public holiday flight delays raise concerns over technical support
Last Wednesday and Thursday, in particular, passengers saw flights delayed throughout the day.
IMF gives Mozambique $118.2m credit to rebuild after Cyclone Idai
This is after devastating Cyclone Idai killed hundreds of people and flattened whole villages.