Reports: Two dead in Sydney siege
Police confirmed the siege was over after officers stormed the shop.
Miss SA proud, humbled to have won Miss World
Strauss, a fourth-year medical student, has become the third South African to win the title.
SAA, Etihad expand partnership
The collaboration will see increased flights between South Africa and Abu Dhabi.
Rand at lowest level since 2008
The power crunch could trigger another credit downgrade from ratings agencies.
SAA gives itself turnaround deadline
The airline has given itself until March to implement a successful turnaround plan to profitability.
'Power crisis could have been averted'
Numsa says the current electricity crises could have been averted had government invested more in Eskom.
Blackouts raise concerns over dark days ahead
Eskom’s Andrew Etzinger says despite the reserves, they are simply battling to meet demand.
S.Africans approach festive season spending with caution
A Deloitte survey shows shopping habits are rapidly changing with many consumers being more cautious.
Business confidence improves despite power issues
Sacci's business confidence index says there was a noticeable improvement for November.
High risk of weekend load shedding
Eskom says the grid will be under pressure due to maintenance at its Cahora-Bassa transmission line.
DA: Zuma must answer to power crisis
The ANC has however insisted that there was no crisis affecting Eskom.
Expanding real estate, business services lift SA's GDP
There has been a marked increase in GDP, increasing to 1.4 percent in the third quarter.
SA’s economy grows 1.4 percent
This is up from a revised 0.5 percent in the second three months of 2014.
Unchanged repo rate welcomed
Widespread approval follows Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago's decision to keep the rate unchanged.
SA leaves repo unchanged but says rates must go up at some point
Lesetja Kganyago said future increases would depend on a number of factors.
Post Office workers ordered to return to work
The strike has entered its fourth month with post piling up at sorting centres.
Zuma spy tapes: DA court bid seeks clarity
The DA is taking legal steps to obtain a court review regarding corruption charges against President Zuma.
Makhura to tackle Gauteng water crisis
The premier has asked for an urgent report to determine the “real cause” of the water cuts.