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.
Nkandla report: Zuma not liable to pay back the money
The report states the president is not required to pay for security upgrades at Nkandla.
Economists blame blackouts for slow economic growth
Stats SA says slow growth in the agriculture and mining sectors impacted on the first quarter GDP figures.
SA's first quarter GDP takes a dip
GDP for the first three months of this year shows an economy under pressure.
Eskom tariff spike could lead to interest rate hike
Lesetja Kganyago says Eskom’s request for an increase of 12,6 percent could have impact on inflation.
Sarb keeps interest rates unchanged
The central bank has kept rates on hold since July 2014 but rising inflation could change this.
Moody's: We're unlikely to see much change in SA rating
The agency says South Africa has a stable outlook despite various challenges.
New ball game in Nelson Mandela Bay as Danny Jordaan named mayor
The appointment is part of a much-anticipated leadership reshuffle in the municipality.
Police make a breakthrough in Ramohai's murder case
Cops have finally made an arrest in the Soweto mom, Charlotte Ramohai’s, case. She was killed last month.
Rescue teams working to recover bodies after second Nepal quake
Nepal's govt is battling with patchy phone lines to gather information on the extent of the destruction.
Comair’s legal action against SAA continues
Comair is challenging the constitutionality of the bailouts for SAA, saying they present an unfair advantage.
Benni McCarthy robbed at gunpoint
The former Bafana Bafana striker was attacked while having a haircut in Johannesburg.
Maintenance on Eskom's generators set to continue
The utility has been conducting a so-called maintenance festival to try and avoid load shedding.
Eskom trying to avoid #loadshedding this evening
Eskom has warned that margins between supply and demand are still narrow.
Incidents threatening SA’s stability are under investigation
State Security says xenophobia, land grabs, Isis recruitment & activities at varsities are being analysed.
Xenophobic attacks: Border posts volatile, Sasol evacuates employees
The company fears for their safety due to possible retaliatory attacks after SA xenophobic violence.
Policeman dies after shootout on N3 south
One policeman has died following a shootout on N3 south in Johannesburg.
2 officers wounded in shootout on N3
The metro police say one of the officers was shot in the head and is in a critical condition.