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.
Sale of SAA aircraft ‘demonstration of rampant looting’, says Numsa
Unions have raised suspicion after the cash-strapped airline put up a tender notice on its website this week about selling nine aircraft and fifteen spare engines.
News of second pupil drowning emerges, Lesufi disappointed by late reporting
Lesufi's department says it was only informed of 13-year-old Keamohetswe Seboko's death on Friday, a day after the child's body was found in a swimming pool at Laerskool Bekker.
Low risk of load shedding this weekend, says Eskom
The battling utility, which has managed to keep the lights on since last week, says its generating units have improved.
Cash-strapped SAA to sell off 9 Airbus planes
SAA, which was placed in a form of bankruptcy protection late last year, is selling the Airbus A340-300s and A340-600s as well as 15 spare engines, the document said.
Scam alert: SABC says not running any internship programmes at the moment
The public broadcaster said it currently had no internship programme running and had not advertised an application process to this regard.
CRL Commission to discuss Khabonina Qubeka's placenta lawsuit against hospital
Qubeka claims her placenta was burned despite her signing a legal agreement with the private hospital to preserve the tissue after the birth of her daughter in 2018.
3 dead, including child, after gruesome taxi shooting in KZN
It’s understood the vehicle was riddled with bullets on the side of the road on Wednesday night.
Makgoba 'honoured' to take over as Eskom interim chair
Newly appointed Eskom interim board chair Malegapuru Makgoba told Eyewitness News he's excited to take the hot seat.
Numsa, NUM call for Eskom board to be removed immediately
Employees belonging to the unions held their picket on Wednesday afternoon in Johannesburg to submit a memorandum to the Eskom management.
ANC warns Mboweni to toe party line on Sarb nationalisation
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni took to Twitter on Tuesday to ask what the ANC wanted to achieve by nationalising the bank.
Employees evacuated as Benrose paint factory catches fire
The Johannesburg Emergency Service said that two people had been treated for smoke inhalation.
‘We’ll leave no stone unturned’: NW cops vow to catch Hebron killers
The bodies of the 68-year-old woman and her child were found in their house by her younger daughter over the weekend.
Long-term parking arrangement not forever, says Gautrain
A government employee looks set to be fined at least R70,000 for leaving his car parked at one of the stations for more than two years.