Energy department announces hefty fuel price hike for August
In a statement released on Saturday, the department said the petrol price will go up by 91 cents per litre for both grades, while diesel will increase by between 54 and 55 cents per litre.
Export of citrus not affected by Transnet cyberattack, says association
The state-owned entity said it's working around the clock to get its IT system back online after its systems were infiltrated last week.
Health professionals encourage doubtful young people to get COVID-19 jab
Some youngsters between the ages of 18 and 30 have told Eyewitness News that they would not be getting the jab, doubting the effectiveness of the vaccines.
Alleged riots instigator Ngizwe Mchunu due back in court for formal bail bid
Law enforcement authorities have identified Mchunu as one of the people behind the deadly and destructive violence that gripped KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
Mango to offer affected customers vouchers after flights temporarily suspended
Mango which is a subsidiary of South African Airways announced on Tuesday that it temporarily suspended all its operations due to outstanding payment to one of its creditors.
SAA hoping to resume passenger services 'in coming weeks'
It has now been repurposed through new ownership between government and a private equity partner, which holds majority of the shares. Thomas Kgokolo said the retraining of SAA pilots who will be part of the new operation has already been completed.
Unions representing Mango staff head to court to apply for business rescue
The parties say their members had been working at the South African Airways subsidiary airline without pay for more than two months now.
Aspen Pharmacare to release J&J COVID-19 vaccines to SA on Monday
In a statement released on Monday, Aspen said that the vaccines would be distributed throughout the country and would also be made available for other African countries.
Public Protector applies to ConCourt for rescission of CR17 judgment
In a statement released on Sunday morning, the public protector's office said the Constitutional Court relied on an old version of the executive code of ethics when it reached its decision on the matter.
3 killed in Bekkersdal head-on crash
It's understood two people were declared dead at the scene and the other victim died in hospital.
Over 12k new COVID cases recorded in SA with 413 more fatalities
The recovery is at 90,7% -meaning more than 2,147,000 people have recuperated from the virus since its outbreak in the country.
SABC saddened by death of veteran sports journalist Coudjoe Amankwaa
The South African Football Association confirmed his passing, saying the renowned former commentator died on Friday night from cardiac arrest.
DBE ready to reopen schools, will take cue from President’s Sunday address
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said the sector is ready to open schools depending on what President Cyril Ramaphosa says during his address to the nation on the alert level 4 lockdown on Sunday.
Motshekga to outline state of readiness for Monday reopening of schools
Basic Education Minister Angie Motsekga will address the country on the sector's response to the impact that COVID -19 has had on teaching and learning.
Health Dept excited to see SA firm tapped to supply COVID vaccines for Africa
Cape Town-based Biovac Institute has entered into a partnership with Pfizer, which will see it finalising and supplying vaccines for the African Union, benefitting 55 countries.
Cope: Allowing Zuma to attend brother’s funeral is a security risk
Zuma is serving a 15-month sentence at the Estcourt Prison in KwaZulu-Natal for defying the orders of the state capture commission and the Constitutional Court.
55 AU member states to benefit from Pfizer vaccines produced in SA
As part of the partnership, Cape Town based-Biovac will start using some of Pfizer and BioNTech’s technology to boost production.
Annual consumer inflation eased to 4.9% in June - Stats SA
Stats SA said that the monthly increase in the consumer price index was 0.2% compared May's 0.1%.