UIF appeals to companies to apply for benefits on behalf of workers
UIF commissioner Teboho Maruping said companies could apply for the benefit on behalf of their workers, saying that simplified the process for them.
Bob's Bar burgled as criminals take advantage of lockdown in CT CBD
Sixteen criminals have been arrested in the Cape Town CBD since the weekend, most of them for breaking into businesses which have had to close.
Health Dept warns SA against complacency over lower than expected COVID-19 cases
So far, at least 39,500 tests have been conducted while the department's preparing to ramp this up drastically in the coming weeks.
EC man arrested after torching girlfriend’s house, killing 5 people
The 32-year-old man is believed to have started the fire in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Suspected gang member arrested for drug possession in CT
The 23-year-old man was pulled over on Tuesday morning during a roadblock along the N7.
WC govt condemns continued attacks on ambulance crews
There were four attacks on paramedics in areas including Lavender Hill and Philippi at the weekend.
Sars pays out R2.4bn in tax returns in first 4 days of lockdown
The refunds comprise payments to large businesses of R1.1 billion and payments to the Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises SMMEs to the tune of R1.3 billion.
4 men arrested in Strandfontein after 3 bodies found in vehicle
Law enforcement officers were patrolling along Lukannon Drive in the Bay View section of Strandfontein on Tuesday morning when they spotted a suspicious vehicle.
Case against Meghan Cremer murder accused postponed to May
The accused were apprehended after Cremer's body was discovered at a Philippi sand mine in August last year.
Moody's credit ratings downgrade no surprise, says analyst
Last Friday, Moody's joined the other two major ratings agencies in downgrading South Africa's sovereign credit rating to junk status.
How some essential services workers in CT, eThekwini & Zandspruit are coping
This was expected to have a detrimental effect on workers who performed essential services and relied on public transport to commute between their homes and places of work.
SA under lockdown: Most citizens adhering to govt regulations
Queue marshals were seen summoning commuters at Bara Taxi Rank, but instead of multiple shouts at the same time, only a few voices could be heard.
Allison Plaatjies murder trial to be moved High Court in August
Murder accused Phillip April will be transported to Cape Town in August to make a first appearance in the High Court - a pre-trial hearing.
EC top cop shocked by elderly woman's murder
Preliminary police investigations revealed that the woman was sleeping in her rondavel when she was shot dead.
Cango Caves suspends operations in wake of COVID-19 outbreak
Tourist who have made pre-paid reservations can call the Cango Caves at 044-272 7410 to reschedule their visit or ask for a refund.
SAPS: Social media reports claiming CT police stations closed is fake news
Police management said that it viewed the misleading alerts as mischievous and meant to sow unnecessary panic and confusion.
Religious groups implementing measures to curb COVID-19 spread
Members of the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) were meeting to discuss the impact of President Cyril Ramaphosa's announcement that mass gatherings were restricted to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
KKNK cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak
The week-long festival was meant to start on 23 March and end on 29 March 2020.