Karima had a deep love for SA & was passionate about democracy – Pravin Gordhan
Karima Brown was being remembered at a memorial service in Joburg on Saturday, after she was laid to rest at the West Park Cemetery a week ago, in accordance with Islamic traditions, just hours after she passed away due to COVID-19 related complications.
Eskom warns load shedding may continue into next week
The utility extended the rotational power cuts on Friday night as it battled to keep the lights on due to breakdowns.
SA records 69 new COVID-19 deaths, pushing the toll up to 51,179
The health department also confirmed 1,225 new infections over the same 24 hours, which means SA recorded 1,526,873 cases since the start of the pandemic.
COVID-19 battered tourism industry pins hopes on holistic approach to recovery
The sweeping pandemic, and associated lockdowns, have hit the nation's tourism industry particularly hard, and it's unlikely that a return to normal is in the offing anytime soon.
Malema: I will divulge details of meeting with Zuma when Zondo reveals his
Raymond Zondo confirmed in the past that he once met with Zuma on an official visit when he was president.
‘You are incompetent’ - MPs accuse Nzimande of not helping students
He came in for a lashing in the National Assembly hours after a man was shot dead during a student protest in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Police accused of heavy-handedness after man killed in Wits student protests
The 35-year-old man was coming out of a clinic when he was shot with rubber bullets by police officers who were firing at a group of protesting students.
Driving School Association to meet with Mamabolo over online booking system
The association wanted the system scrapped, saying it created backlogs because bookings could be made online only once a week and their businesses were struggling to secure slots.
Ex-cemetary manager says he didn't see altercation between Malema & officer
The pair are accused of assaulting police officer Jacobus Venter at the Fourways Memorial Cemetery in 2018 at struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's funeral.
Wits students block Empire Road while protesting over registration issues
They've blocked Empire Road with rubble at the M1 bridge near the university.
PP calls for consistency in condemning politicians attacking Chapter 9 heads
Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office confirmed on Monday night that she's laid a formal complaint of crimen injuria against Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula.
Sandile Nkosi joins ex-husband Bongo in dock over theft, corruption matter
She's accused of receiving R1 million from a legal firm after the Mpumalanga Human Settlements Department paid R52 million to Singwane Attorneys without any basis for such payment.
Arts dept says it approved 974 COVID-19 relief fund applications
There are calls from the arts sector calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to fire Minister Nathi Mthethwa due to his perceived inability to deal with the impact of COVID-19.
Patrick Adams joins others in defending Meghan Markle’s reputation
Adam said the Royal Family's handling of bullying claims against her is obscene.
WHO warns of further COVID-19 waves
The WHO said people should not think the crisis is over because of the global vaccine rollout.
Ramaphosa accepts NW DPP Moipone Noko's resignation from NPA
Last year, National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi requested that Presidenr Ramaphosa institute an inquiry into Moipone Noko's fitness to hold office and to suspend her pending the outcome of the inquiry.
CoJ, municipal manager agree to mutual termination of employment
Mayor Geoff Makhubo said that Ndivhoniswani Lukhwareni had agreed to a mutual termination of employment.
Numsa welcomes Putco’s decision to stop retrenchments
Numsa - which was opposed to the move - said it felt vindicated after Putco management made the announcement.