Consumer price inflation hits 30-month high in May - Stats SA
Statistics South Africa said that the key driver behind the acceleration in headline CPI inflation was the transport component, the contribution of which increased by a sizeable point 5.2%.
Jabu Mabuza helped me understand where I came from - Deputy President Mabuza
The late former Eskom chairperson and businessman Jabu Mabuza was honoured at a funeral service in Ermelo, Mpumalanga.
Cosas condemns group for halting classes in parts of Soweto, West Rand
The group believed to be part of the formation went to learning facilities at both high and primary levels and instructed pupils to leave, citing an increase in the number of COVID infections in Gauteng
Gauteng Education Dept urges Cosas to allow pupils to attend schools
Eyewitness News understands that some members of the group in Gauteng recently forced hundreds of children out of schools in Soweto and in Kagiso on the West Rand while teaching and learning was in session, amid increasing COVID-19 infections.
Cosas condemns some members pulling kids out of schools over COVID-19
Eyewitness News understands a group belonging to the student organisation went to two primary schools and two high schools in Kagiso, telling children to go home.
SA's new vaccine tech transfer hub to provide training to local manufacturers
The World Health Organisation said choosing South Africa to run the hub would help low-income countries not to rely on vaccine-producing countries to supply their needs.
Makhura welcomes deployment of medical SANDF members in Gauteng
Premier Makhura said the military would start working this week as per directions from national government.
Brazil records over 500k COVID-related deaths
In the past 24 hours, 2,301 deaths have been confirmed.
13,575 new COVID cases recorded in SA
It was also reported that 149 people have died from COVID-19 related complications in the last day.
10,510 new COVID cases recorded in SA in last 24 hrs
Additionally, 118 deaths were captured in the past day.
Eight men accused of killing two farm dwellers denied bail
Brothers Mgcini and Zenzele Coko were part of a group of farm dwellers who had gone to ask for seasonal work at a farm in Mkhondo when they were shot dead.
SA extradition treaty with UAE to come into effect on 10 July - Lamola
The Middle Eastern country confirmed the ratification of its extradition treaty this week after the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) approached Interpol to assist in the execution of warrants of arrests for brothers Atul and Rajesh Gupta, along with their wives and and four others.
Eskom declares dispute after wage talks with unions deadlock
Numsa, the NUM and Solidarity were demanding a 15% wage increase, however, Eskom said its final offer was 1.5%.
African Union called upon to resolve Pan-African Parliament impasse
Proceedings were suspended on Tuesday for the third time after delegates clashed over the election process of a new president.
‘He cried & apologised’: Majodina accepts Djibril War's apology for kicking her
She told journalists at the sidelines of a picket by the ANC Women's League outside the PAP on Tuesday afternoon that she had accepted his apology.
EC woman handed 17-year prison sentence for beating toddler to death
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said Ncedeni Qwabe appeared in the Eastern Cape High Court for causing the death of 19-month-old Qhamokuhle Ndziba.
93 more people succumb to COVID-19 in SA
The recovery rate is at 93.8% with at least 1 548 092 people having recuperated so far.
SA records 4,623 new COVID cases and 102 deaths
One hundred and two people have died from COVID-19 related complications in the same 24 hours, bringing the national death toll to 56,077.