Eskom hopes rush hour power cut suspensions eases pressure on South Africans
The utility’s spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha said attempts were being made to ensure things were easier for South Africans.
8 pupils injured in Potchefstroom accident
Paramedics said the children, aged between six and 16, were travelling to school on Monday morning.
Unions warn of thousands of job losses should SAA collapse
The national carrier last month received R3.5 million in emergency funding from the Development Bank of Southern Africa and entered a form of bankruptcy protection in December.
Eskom halts load shedding for 2 hours to ease traffic congestion
Power cuts would then resume until 6 am on Tuesday morning.
City Power implements load shedding after losing generating capacity
The city managed to stave off power cuts since Friday due to additional capacity at the station.
William Dachs named Gautrain’s new CEO
Dachs takes over from Jack Van Der Merwe who will be retiring at the end of February.
SAPS defends staff after Laticia Jansen murder
The grade eight pupil was last seen on Wednesday while walking to the Graceland Education Centre after missing the bus.
Gauteng's 300km/h speedster Phumlile Ncube granted bail
Phumlile Ncube appeared in the Midrand Magistrates Court on charges of reckless and negligent driving on Monday.
SAPS: No need to wait 24 hours to report missing person
This, in light of Laticia Jansen's death. The pupil was stabbed and burnt to death in Elsburg on the East Rand last week.
Thoriso Themane murder trial postponed to June
Themane was assaulted and dragged through the streets of Flora Park in Polokwane by a group of high school pupils last year.
‘Does that mean that I have no value as an African activist?’ – Nakate
Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate says she noticed she had been cut out the picture where she appeared alongside her four white peers.
Reports: ANC NEC shoots down Mboweni proposal to liquidate SAA
According to the City Press, Tito Mboweni had proposed the embattled airline be liquidated.
Keamohetswe Seboko funeral underway in Eldorado Park
The teenage boy’s body was found in the pool near the hostel at Laerskook Bekker in Magaliesburg last week.
OR Tambo and Cape Town International Airports on high alert for coronavirus
The rapidly spreading virus has so far killed 41 people in China with over 1,300 cases reported.
Mantashe: Mining bosses shouldn’t chase profits at expense of workers
Gwede Mantashe presented statistics on mining safety on Friday, where he revealed there’s been a decrease in fatalities in the sector.
SA records ‘lowest ever’ mining deaths rate
Minister Gwede Mantashe released the statistics in Pretoria on Friday morning regarding safety performance in the sector.
Eskom using emergency resources but load shedding risk 'low'
The parastatal said it ran open cycle gas turbines last night in order to pump water into the dams at its storage schemes.
Lesufi to visit home of second school drowning victim Keamohetswe Seboko
Thirteen-year-old Keamohetswe Seboko was found at the school's hostel swimming pool at Laerskool Bekker in Magaliesburg.