Family of Joburg businessman Victor Sidambe condemn his senseless murder
Victor Sidambe, who owned Sidas Security, one of South Africa’s biggest security companies, was gunned down by unknown suspects while jogging in Buccleuch, north of Joburg, on Monday afternoon.
SA poorer without veteran sports journalist Sbusiso Mseleku, says Safa's Jordaan
The legend passed away on Monday after succumbing to COVID-19 at the age of 59.
Eskom says constrained power system likely to last until end of the week
Eskom’s spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha said that many units had broken down at several power stations.
5 FS govt officials arrested over corruption, fraud worth R245m granted bail
National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Sipho Ngwema said that the suspects were granted R10,000 bail each.
CSA in turmoil as CEO Jacques Faul quits in wake of Nenzani resignation
Earlier, the organisation revealed that its president Chris Nenzani had stepped down.
US drug developer Novavax to start mid-stage COVID-19 vaccine experiment in SA
The phase 2B trial study will be conducted on about 2,665 healthy adults and will evaluate the safety and immune response of about 240 medically stable, HIV positive adults.
Over 175k ECD jobs hang in the balance, sector says govt failing them
The group said it’s unfair that Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu would use R1.3 billion from the COVID-19 economic stimulus package to create over 36, 000 youth jobs to conduct compliance at ECD centres.
Marikana victims give Ramaphosa 2 weeks to apologise, pay up
Thirty-four mineworkers died after police opened fire during a wage strike at the Lonmin platinum mine in the North West on this day eight years ago.
SCA grants Fita leave to appeal dismissal of tobacco sales ban
Fita approached the SCA after the High Court in Pretoria dismissed its bid to appeal an earlier ruling that upheld the ban.
Eskom: No load shedding anticipated during the weekend
The utility implemented stage two scheduled interruptions on Thursday and Friday after several units failed.
MCSA welcomes Mantashe’s decision to drop legal appeal on black ownership
Last year, the High Court in Pretoria ruled in favour of the council and recognised the continuing consequences associated with BEE transactions in the mining industry.
Bob Mabena's virtual memorial service to take place this afternoon
The icon died earlier this week after suffering cardiac arrest at the age of 51.
Family of Bob Mabena announce details of memorial service & funeral
The services were expected to be held virtually due to the COVID-19 regulations restricting mass gatherings.
Zikalala appeals to public to take COVID-19 seriously as KZN overtakes WC cases
The premier, speaking at a media briefing on Wednesday, raised concern about the high rate of new infections since the start of August.
Mantashe withdraws SCA appeal over black ownership in mining companies
The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy had appealed an April 2018 High Court ruling that favoured the Minerals Council South Africa’s challenge to a regulation specifying that a black ownership target of 26% should be maintained at all mines.
Premier Zikala calls for accelerated investigation into Mthwalume murders
A fifth woman's body was found in a bush located near a local sugar cane plantation barely 24 hours after another women's body was found in the area.
Cash-strapped NSA promised additional funding by GP education
The Johannesburg based school said the lockdown has had a knock-on effect because about 40% of parents are not able to pay fees.
Samwu: Service delivery will be fast tracked in City of Tshwane
Employees abandoned their posts a few weeks ago over salary disputes.