JHB man dies after falling from 14th floor of municipal building
The City said it could not reveal too many details, as a police investigation was under way.
Eskom will only implement load shedding ‘if anything unexpected happens’
The electricity supplier said its system remained constrained since Thursday’s power cuts.
ANCYL member (25) shot dead in Hammanskraal
Police say the deceased was trying to resolve a fight between delegates at a rally when the unknown man fired shots at him.
9 people injured in Durban building collapse
KwaZulu-Natal emergency services said the collapse took place in the city centre on Thursday afternoon.
Zuma loses bid to appeal Hanekom apology ruling
The court ordered Zuma to apologise to former minister Derek Hanekom for calling him 'a known enemy of the state'.
John Steenhuisen confirmed as the new DA parliamentary leader
Steenhuisen's ceased being chief whip after Mmusi Maimane resigned from the party last week as his term was linked to that of the former leader.
Expected heavy rain may result in localised flooding & not fill up dams – dept
Extreme weather conditions have caused dwindling water levels in the Vaal Dam, which is Gauteng's main source of water.
Mashaba’s resignation an end to a reign of terror – Samwu
Mashaba resigned on Monday following the announcement of Helen Zille as the DA’s Federal Council chair on Sunday.
Eskom: No load shedding on Tuesday
The electricity supplier has managed to keep the lights on since Sunday after implementing load shedding for four straight days last week.
Cooler temperatures, rain to bring end to Gauteng heatwave - weather service
The South African Weather Service said Monday was the hottest day of the week, with temperatures in parts of Mpumalanga and Limpopo having reached highs of 42 degrees.
DA FedEx to meet Wednesday to discuss impact of Mashaba's resignation
DA spokesperson Solly Malatsi said the DA supported Mashaba despite the mayor's statement on Monday that it frustrated some of his work.
Social workers deployed to NW schools after 7 pupils killed in car crash
The department’s Elias Malindi said social workers were deployed to the schools in Rietpan.
No load shedding today but power system remains constrained – Eskom
After four straight days of blackouts, the utility said load shedding could be implemented should there be any breakdown at its plants.
UPDATE: Eskom says it cannot guarantee if there won't be load shedding tomorrow
Stage 1 load shedding will be implemented from 9 am until 11 pm on Saturday.
Take it or exit? British MPs to discuss Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal today
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been raising support for his deal ahead of the crunch vote during what is expected to be a lengthy session on Saturday.
FS Treasury had limited knowledge on Estina funds - Rockman at Zondo Commission
At least R200 million in public funds meant for emerging black farmers in the Free State allegedly flowed to Estina, a company with links to the Gupta family, in 2014.
Concerns over cattle dying at Estina farm were raised with Guptas, inquiry told
Former Free State Finance MEC Elizabeth Rockman said she met with Tony Gupta on at least five occasions at their Saxonwold residence where she raised concerns about reports in the media that cattle were dying at the Estina farm.
Lesufi confirms Gauteng’s readiness for 2019 matric exams
Lesufi says over 110,700 full time learners and 41,000 part time learners are expected to sit for the 2019 national senior certificate exams in the province.