Mbalula calls for stricter alcohol laws, says 'people are out of control'
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula made the call during a briefing on Monday after three Tshwane metro police officers were killed in a head-on collision with a suspected drunk driver over the weekend.
Gone, not forgotten: SA remembers Uyinene Mrwetyana & reflects on GBV
The University of Cape Town student, aged 19, was raped and murdered at the Post Office in Claremont by a worker, Luyanda Botha.
Tweeps lock horns over Pearl Thusi as BET cancels Tol Ass Mo, Mome interview
BET Africa has decided not to air an interview with Mongezi 'Tol Ass Mo' Mahlangu and his wife, Mome.
Ramaphosa: COVID-19 corruption an unforgivable betrayal
In a letter released on Sunday, issued to African National Congress (ANC) members, the president said the party remains deeply implicated in South Africa’s corruption problem.
Minister Kubayi-Ngubane explains why nightclubs will not open anytime soon
The minister hosted a virtual address on Wednesday to outline tourism activities that will be allowed.
Kubayi-Ngubane: SA tourism sector's road to recovery has now begun
Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane described the coronavirus pandemic as one of the biggest challenges the country had ever faced.
Eskom warns of 'load shedding at short notice'
In a statement on Tuesday, the power utility said while six generation units had returned to service, it had experienced breakdowns at other facilities.
‘A great loss’: Ramaphosa pays tribute to anti-apartheid activist Paul David
David passed away on Thursday at the age of 79.The activist was a member of the Natal Indian Congress, as well as the United Democratic Front.
SA lockdown: Ramaphosa to address the nation tonight
This comes as the country reported 6,275 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, pushing the total number of confirmed infections across the country to 579,140.
Artist or comedian? S. Africans upset after Rasta’s painting of Bob Mabena
A video on social media shows the artist outside Mabena’s home on Saturday, to pay tribute to the radio icon.
Fan asks Somizi for old clothes and shoes and the star gets packing
This isn’t the first time the star has helped other South Africans. Earlier this year he offered to pay for a child’s wheelchair, after a woman asked for help on Twitter.
‘A household voice has gone silent’: Ramaphosa pays tribute to Mabena
Mabena, who was the station manager and breakfast show anchor at Power FM, passed away on Monday at the age of 51 due to cardiac arrest.
COVID-19 latest: SA recovery rate now at 72%; 7,292 new cases
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said 306 people had died from the virus over the past 24 hours. The total number of deaths was at 9,909.
Campaign launched to honour Meghan Cremer’s memory, empower young girls
Meghan Cremer went missing on 3 August in 2019. Her body was discovered in a Philippi sand mine five days later.
Eskom, SIU take steps to recoup R3.8bn from Guptas, Molefe, Koko, Singh, others
In a statement on Monday, Eskom said the funds would be recovered from former board executives, the Gupta family and their associates.
'Serve the public': Nehawu gives scathing criticism of govt's response to virus
‘It is not about you but about serving the country, ministers must serve the public and not their egos,’ the union said in a statement.
Gwede Mantashe discharged from hospital after COVID-19 treatment
The minister tested positive on 14 July and initially went into self-quarantine. The MP was later admitted to hospital.
Western Cape records 74,987 COVID-19 recoveries, 24 more deaths
As of 1pm on 25 July, the province had 89,600 confirmed cases, with 74,987 recoveries. This means there are 11,772 active cases.