3 dead, including child, after gruesome taxi shooting in KZN
It’s understood the vehicle was riddled with bullets on the side of the road on Wednesday night.
Makgoba 'honoured' to take over as Eskom interim chair
Newly appointed Eskom interim board chair Malegapuru Makgoba told Eyewitness News he's excited to take the hot seat.
Numsa, NUM call for Eskom board to be removed immediately
Employees belonging to the unions held their picket on Wednesday afternoon in Johannesburg to submit a memorandum to the Eskom management.
ANC warns Mboweni to toe party line on Sarb nationalisation
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni took to Twitter on Tuesday to ask what the ANC wanted to achieve by nationalising the bank.
Employees evacuated as Benrose paint factory catches fire
The Johannesburg Emergency Service said that two people had been treated for smoke inhalation.
‘We’ll leave no stone unturned’: NW cops vow to catch Hebron killers
The bodies of the 68-year-old woman and her child were found in their house by her younger daughter over the weekend.
Long-term parking arrangement not forever, says Gautrain
A government employee looks set to be fined at least R70,000 for leaving his car parked at one of the stations for more than two years.
Zikalala's pledge to rebuild storm-damaged KZN schools welcomed
KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala made the assurance during his visit to the Harry Gwala District - one of the areas worst hit by the storm last year.
Mother, daughter found dead in Hebron home
The police's Sabata Mokgwabone said that no arrests had yet been made.
2 people killed in Springs plane crash
It's that understood the aircraft was about to land when it crashed.
Hawks rescue women, child forced into prostitution in Bloemfontein
The women and the child were rescued by the Hawks from a flat on Nelson Mandela Drive on Monday.
Eskom keeps the lights on another day, Ramaphosa dismisses talk of privatisation
The state-owned entity suspended load shedding on Saturday after several days of consecutive rolling blackouts.
Water Dept reprioritises funds to drought-stricken areas
Following her visit to drought-stricken Eastern Cape this week, Minister Lindiwe Sisulu instructed her department to find a budget that would alleviate distress in the hardest-hit areas.
Gauteng police offer reward for information on taxi violence murders
Police are investigating the murders that happened in separates attacks last year.
Hawks take over Eskom sabotage case
President Cyril Ramaphosa last week said he was informed by Eskom management that sabotage led to the loss of 2,000 megawatts from the grid, which resulted in several days of rolling black outs.
Fitch holds SA currency debt ratings at BB+ with negative outlook
The ratings agency said that the country's ratings were constrained by low growth potential, high and rising government debt, large contingent liabilities as well as the risk of rising social tensions due to extremely high inequality.
Phuthuma Nhleko steps down from MTN board
Nhleko was behind the overseeing of an orderly transition of the board, including the establishment of the international advisory board.
Acsa names Nompumelelo Mpofu as new CEO
Mpofu is expected to start at the organisation at the beginning of February next year.