Power giant Alstom terminates its contract with Eskom
Alstom has been involved in the control and instrumentation at the Kusile Power Station.
Four arrested for SABC journalist mugging
Armed men stole cellphones and a laptop while being filmed shortly before the 7pm news.
Al Jazeera release 'Spy Cables'
The top secret documents come from the world’s major agencies including Mossad, MI6 and FSB.
Questions raised about EFF's removal from Parly
Opposition parties are demanding to know who the men in white shirts who removed EFF MPs were.
Rand falls to 6-year low
The rand is reportedly under pressure due to general risk aversion and worries over continued power outages.
SA's unemployment rate drops
Stats SA says more than 242,000 people managed to find work towards the end of 2014.
Bleak Sunday as stage 2 load shedding implemented
Households and businesses around the country will again today be left without electricity.
Calm restored to Soweto after unrest & looting
Residents looted foreign-owned shops across the township this week after a teenager was shot & killed.
Rand makes significant gains
The European Central Bank plans to pump billions of Euros into the sagging European economy.
ConCourt rules on insolvency appeal
The Constitutional Court found that notifying staff of employer's insolvency is compulsory.
AA: Petrol price could drop by over R1
The price of diesel could also drop by as much as 85 cents a litre.
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.