Steenhuisen: Zille is a centre of excellence
Helen Zille's appointment to her current senior position followed the resignations of Herman Mashaba and former leader Mmusi Maimane.
Grayston Prep in Sandton closed over possible coronavirus patient
It’s believed the closure comes after a staff member came into contact with one of the people who tested positive for the COVID-19 following a trip to Italy last week.
No lead shedding planned for this weekend
Eskom said there would be no load shedding on Saturday and Sunday, but warned that the system remained constrained.
SA’s business confidence increases in Feb
The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry's (Sacci) monthly business confidence index rose to 92.7% in February from 92.2% in January.
System vulnerable but Eskom predicts no load shedding for Thursday
The power utility said there had been fewer unplanned breakdowns, which had helped to boost available capacity.
Gauteng EMS on high alert for possible flooding amid heavy rains
There were heavy showers over the past few days and the SA Weather Service said there was a slight chance of rain on Tuesday.
Driver in deadly EC bus crash was warned against speeding, survivors say
Twenty-five people were killed, including the driver, when the 65-seater passenger bus plunged into a deep gorge in Willowvale on Monday
Student protests at TUT’s Pretoria West campus called off, says SRC
This after TUT management met with student representatives to discuss issues including accommodation and the National Student Financial Aid Scheme.
Ramaphosa ‘saddened’ by EC bus crash that claimed at least 25 lives
The vehicle crashed into a steep embankment earlier on Monday while travelling from Chebe to Butterworth.
PIC fires head of listed investments Fidelis Madavo over Ayo deal
Madavo was suspended by the board last year in January on the basis of a preliminary report into the PIC’s investment in listed technology company, Ayo Technology Solutions.
No load shedding on Monday evening but possibility remains high - Eskom
The utility has managed to stave off load shedding for several days despite a constrained and vulnerable system.
Mbalula in 'shock' after EC bus crash claims at least 25 lives
The accident happened on a gravel road in Willowvale at Qolweni location with the vehicle rolling down a steep embankment.
Gauteng emergency services on high alert after flood warning
Joburg emergency services authorities said there were a few car-related accidents in some parts of the city on Monday with minor damage as a result of the rain.
'We need drastic action from the community' - Tazne van Wyk's family
Family representative Ronnie Noemdoe said they are not sure what to say.
Chinese Embassy lends a hand in evacuating SA citizens in Wuhan
President Cyril Ramaphosa has ordered the evacuation of South Africans amid concerns from their families.
SAA business rescue plan to be published at end of March
The plan was expected to be published before the end of next week Friday.
Casac welcomes extension of state capture inquiry deadline
The High Court in Pretoria on Monday extended the inquiry to the end of March next year as per Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's application.
SAPS ‘prepared’ for planned shutdown by Gauteng Electricity Movement
Organisers said they would disrupt traffic and major shopping centres on Tuesday and on Wednesday as they demonstrate against power cuts.