Despite being cleared by PP, Joemat-Pettersson wants fair hearing on oil matter
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkwhebane's findings indicated that former Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson was misled by the former boss of the Strategic Fuel Fund Association, Sibusiso Gamede on the sale of SA's oil reserves.
Charl Kinnear's murder left a void in police service, say colleagues
A memorial service is being held for him on Wednesday in Belhar.
Family loses four members in Nyanga shooting
Police said that preliminary reports showed that two gunmen stormed their home on Thursday night. They then shot dead three women and an 11-year-old boy.
Under fire De Lille claims she's the target of a DA-led smear campaign
Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille has been accused of wrongdoing relating to a border fence between South Africa and Zimbabwe.
WC govt makes R27m available to help businesses mitigate impact of COVID-19
The province's Finance and Economic Opportunities Department said that the fund would provide help in the form of grants to both formal and informal businesses.
Eskom's De Ruyter says he's had no political interference since taking job
'I really can't complain about the lack of political support and also the flip side of that, political interference,' Eskom chief executive officer Andre de Ruyter said.
SIU runs into some obstacles in probes into COVID-19 response malfeasance
The unit is looking into contracts signed during the coronavirus outbreak for the provision of services and goods like personal protective gear.
Prasa’s rail infrastructure security measures inadequate, says WC DA
The party’s Daylin Mitchell said he had written to provincial Transport MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela to give more details on just how bad the problem was.
4 men arrested for theft of railway infrastructure in Gauteng and Mpumalanga
Last Friday, a man was arrested in the Pretoria area in an operation involving the SAPS, the passenger rail agency, Telkom and Tshwane metro police officials while three men were arrested in Mpumalanga in a separate operation.
DA condemns decision by Ramaphosa to remove statues honouring colonial figures
The party intends raising the issue with the chairperson of Parliament's portfolio committee on sports, arts, and culture.
Clicks to award scholarships to black female students in wake of racist ad
It is part of an agreement struck between company and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) following a meeting on Thursday.
At least 4 dead bodies discovered around CT this week
The bodies of three women and a man have been discovered in different parts of the city, with police calling for the public’s help in their investigations.
Ramaphosa to receive first COVID-19 corruption report in September
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu on Thursday gave a briefing on the outcome of this week’s Cabinet meeting, and corruption appeared to have featured prominently at the gathering.
Summons to be issued to CoCT to force officials to meet with MPs over evictions
The police portfolio committee said it was concerned by what it calls the municipality's flagrant disregard for its oversight role adding it's undermining the Constitution.
Two people shot and wounded in Bellville taxi rank violence
One person has been arrested after olice responded to a shootout there earlier on Friday morning. The motive is not yet clear.
DA to petition govt to reopen country’s tourism sector
It says too many businesses have been decimated by COVID-19 and the lockdown.
Missing Lunamandla Sithonga from Khayelitsha may have been kidnapped: SAPS
She was last seen by her mother as she boarded a school taxi to go to school in Mitchells Plain.
EC court hands down hefty sentences for rapist father, murder convicts
A father who raped and impregnated his daughter, and two murder convicts will spend many years behind bars for their crimes after the PE High Court sentenced them on Wednesday.