Taxi violence: MEC Mazibuko calls on law enforcement to ensure residents’ safety
On Friday, a taxi patroller was shot dead in Alexandra while five people were killed in Olievenhoutbosch on Monday.
Eskom announces stage 2 load shedding for Saturday
The electricity supplier says its working towards replenishing water reserves a day after it ramped up stage 4 load shedding due to the persistent rainy weather conditions.
EC farmer shot dead by police after fatal attack on sangoma
In a video that's been widely shared on social media, Fritz Joubert can be seen insulting Anele Hoyana who had been training Joubert to be a sangoma.
AmaXhosa King Mpendulo Sigcawu's funeral under way
Dignitaries, monarchs and former statesmen are among those present at Nqadu Great Place in Willowvale to pay their final respects.
ANC names Geoff Makhubo as its candidate for Joburg mayor
City council is today meeting to elect a new mayor for the metro after Herman Mashaba's departure from the office on Wednesday.
Gauteng ANC to name Joburg mayoral candidate on Thursday
The ANC Joburg region submitted three names on Tuesday to the provincial executive for consideration. The party said the name would be announced once the office bearers met with their national officials.
KZN paramedics rescue dumped baby boy
The community alerted authorities about a crying baby earlier on Sunday.
Fire fighters remembered as Bank of Lisbon building is razed to the ground
Simphiwe Moropane, Mduduzi Ndlovu and Khathutshelo Muedi died as they attempted to douse the flames for three straight days last year.
Residents evacuated ahead of Bank of Lisbon demolition
In 2018 three firefighters died while battling a fire which started on the 23rd floor of the building used by the health department.
Liberty founder Donald Gordon dies
The financial services company announced Gordon passed away after a short illness.
Eskom: No load shedding planned, despite vulnerable system
Eskom said it had sufficient diesel for its open-cycle gas turbines and water for its pumped storage schemes to supplement the shortage of capacity.
Non-striking National Transport Movement pens wage deal with SAA
The union's president Mashudu Raphetha said that the wage deal was subject to SAA securing additional funds and that the salary increase would start from February next year.
Stabilising Eskom shouldn't be about race, says ANC after calls for black CEO
There’s been some criticism after the appointment of Andrew De Ruyter as Eskom’s CEO.
DA, ANC place faith in new Eskom boss De Ruyter; EFF not happy
Andre De Ruyter has not only decided to take on the mammoth task of leading financially-strapped Eskom, but he has also agreed to a lower compensation package than the position currently pays.
ANC welcomes appointment of De Ruyter as Eskom CEO
The ANC said Andre de Ruyter's appointment was an opportunity for South Africans to work together towards fixing Eskom.
Case against suspect accused of murdering ANCYL member postponed
Lethabo Nkoana was shot dead earlier this month while trying to resolve a scuffle between members.
Sacca ‘unfazed’ by SAA’s legal action threats
Despite the ongoing workers’ strike, SAA has resumed international flights.
Man handed 8 months in jail for abuse, cruel treatment of 32 dogs
The NSPCA found the animals in a dire condition at a farm owned by Pieter Steyn in Protea Glen in January 2017.