Block of flats near Beyers Naude Drive on fire
It’s not yet clear how many flats are on fire and what the cause is.
Four Eskom execs cleared of wrongdoing
They were suspended to allow for a transparent investigation into the troubles plaguing the power utility.
Positive reactions to Iran nuclear deal trickle in
Under the new deal, weapons inspectors will have unlimited access to nuclear sites.
Drop in oil price to bring relief to motorists
Lower oil prices are likely to last well into next year because of the massive over supply.
SA's image tarnished by recent news headlines
A survey says the al-Bashir & Fifa scandals and the xenophobic attacks have damaged the country's image.
Amplats jobs on the line
Amplats says it plans to overhaul a number of its mines, which could lead to up 420 jobs being lost.
'SA shouldn't have been asked to arrest al-Bashir'
Gwede Mantashe says arresting him would have damaged relations with other African countries.
‘Israeli armed forces & Palestinian militants may be guilty of war crimes’
United Nations investigators say both sides failed to protect civilians.
State of Greek banks spark fears
Reports say capital flight from beleaguered Greek banks this week alone could be more than €3bn.
‘Today was a sad day for the country’
Baleka Mbete was forced to adjourn Jacob Zuma’s Q&A session as the EFF recited ‘pay back the money’.
Zuma’s Q&A session adjourned amidst chaos in Parliament
EFF MPs demanded to know when Jacob Zuma intends paying back the money spent on Nkandla.
Chaos erupts ahead of Zuma's Q&A session in Parliament
The president was about to answer the first question when EFF MPs brought up the Nkandla debacle.
Govt admits power problems hurt GDP growth
Nhlanhla Nene says that although Eskom is making swift progress, the economy is suffering.
Fitch: SA faces downgrade unless power issues addressed
The agency decided on Friday to keep its rating unchanged at BBB, 2 notches above junk status.
Fitch blames low rating on Eskom
Fitch affirmed its BBB rating, but says an unstable power supply has led it to cut growth forecasts.
Rand under pressure
The local unit edged past R19 to the pound and was moving towards R14 to the euro.
Comair loses bid in High Court to stop SAA bailouts
The airline had argued that it was unfair that SAA had the financial support of government.
Report: Jordaan confirms SA paid Fifa $10m after winning World Cup bid
The Sunday Independent is reporting that Safa head Danny Jordaan claims the money was not a bribe.