Day 100 of the COVID-19 lockdown:SA cases approaching 180k mark,nearly 3k deaths
The health ministry on Friday said 9, 063 new cases were reported, bringing the total number of infections now sitting at 177, 124, and 108 new deaths were also recorded bringing the death toll to 2,952.
Man dies at Tembisa Hospital after ‘being denied food’
Shonisani Lethole was admitted with breathing complications about two weeks ago.
Court dismisses Maimane's bid to halt reopening of schools
Mmusi Maimane approached the court arguing that schools were not yet ready to receive pupils during the COVID-19 outbreak, as many were still battling poor infrastructure and sanitation amongst other problems.
Sassa considering new database for rejected R350 relief grant applicants
Many applications were rejected because they didn't initially meet the criteria.
Pilot killed in plane crash at Wonderboom Airport
The Civil Aviation Authority said that it was unclear exactly what happened.
SA records 7,210 new COVID-19 cases, the highest daily surge yet
In its daily report, the Health Department said the total number of confirmed cases in the country had risen to 131,800.
AfriForum to sue Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi for defamation
This stems from allegations that Lesufi made last year that the organisation was trying to assassinate him.
State capture inquiry set to resume Monday with testimony from Popo Molefe
The judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture is due to resume next week Monday after proceedings were halted due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
48 new fatalities take SA's COVID-19 death toll to 2,340
The cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country now sits at 124,590.
Govt calls on creditors, other stakeholders to vote for SAA’s rescue plan
In a statement on Wednesday, the Department of Public Enterprises said that backing the plan by the BRPs would result in a better return for all parties compared to liquidation.
Court to hear SA Airlink's bid to halt BRP meeting on SAA's future
With potential private investment on the cards for SAA, the regional airline wants the financially cash-strapped national carrier to be placed under provisional liquidation.
Govt reveals proposals from private funders, investors interested in 'new' SAA
In a statement, the Department of Public Enterprises said it intended to pursue credible proposals for investment and strategic partnership with the private sector.
2 West Rand schools begin deep cleaning after COVID-19 infections confirmed
A grade 7 pupil at the West Gold Pre-Primary School in Westonaria tested positive.
Infrastructure tampering will lead to outages, Eskom warns Gauteng residents
Several communities have been left without power as Eskom implements load reduction in certain areas due to illegal connections.
3 more Gauteng schools closed following heightened COVID-19 concerns
The schools all in the west rand have reported cases of the coronavirus.
Load reduction in Gauteng to resume until illegal connections end - Eskom
Many residents have been plunged into darkness due to illegal connections, which have caused harm to substations and transformers.
Mbalula condemns Gauteng taxi drivers' strike
Customers are expected to arrange alternative transport to return home on Monday afternoon with the expectation of similar morning scenes playing out.
Presidency announces start of certain parts of POPI Act
Implemented in 2013, the act gives effect to Section 14 of the Constitution, which provides that everyone has the right to privacy.