#EndSARS: Nigerian nationals living in SA take to streets of Pretoria
Nigerians have been demonstrating nationwide every day for nearly two weeks against the police unit that rights groups had for years accused of extortion, harassment, torture, and murders.
Andre Pienaar granted bail by High Court in Senekal public violence case
Andre Pienaar escalated his bid last week after the Senekal Magistrates Court denied him bail.
SAHRC appeals for calm in Senekal amid EFF, ANC & AfriForum protests
Racial tensions have been high in Senekal since the murder of local farm manager Brendin Horner earlier this month.
158 more people in SA die after contracting COVID-19, death toll over 18k
The Health Ministry said over the past day, 1,770 new infections were also confirmed.
Commission welcomes agreement to halt exclusive leases by Shoprite Checkers
A report from a grocery retail market inquiry by the commission found that long-term exclusive lease agreements were widely prevalent in the grocery retail sectors and harmed the choices available to customers who buy from shopping centres.
Former KZN Agri Dept head Siphiwe Mkhize granted bail in fraud & corruption case
He appeared in the dock on Friday along with his accomplice Billy Mnisi who owns a company called Tekisani.
SA needs to urgently address energy shortages & low growth rate, economists warn
Economists have weighed in during a webinar on investment outlook beyond COVID-19.
1,745 new COVID-19 cases for SA as 132 more deaths recorded
The Health Ministry said that 1,745 new infections were picked up over the past day, pushing the number of known cases in this country to 676,000.
15 people injured in taxi collision in Eikenhof
It’s understood the taxi crashed into the side of a bus on the R550 earlier on Thursday morning.
Mobile operators can apply to bid for 4G, 5G spectrum from Fri - Icasa
Data costs have come down after mobile operators were forced to cut prices, but they argue that prices can't drop significantly until regulators auction the much-needed spectrum.
1,767 new COVID-19 cases recorded in SA, 67 more people die
The Health Ministry said that 1,767 new infections were picked up over the past day, pushing the number of known cases in this country to 674,000.
Ramaphosa hopes to see rapid rebound in employment after 2.2m jobs lost
The president was responding to the data released by Stats SA, which revealed that South Africa's unemployment rate fell to 23.3% in the second quarter from 30.1% in the first quarter due to fewer people looking for work amid the nation's strict coronavirus lockdown.
SA coronavirus death toll rises to 16,667 after 81 more people die
The Health Ministry said that 903 new infections were picked up over the past day, pushing the number of known cases in this country to over 672,000.
188 more COVID-19 fatalities take SA death toll to 16,586
The number of people worldwide who have died of COVID-19 has passed 1 million, with many regions still reporting surging numbers of new infections.
Sapo: Social grant recipients not affected by cash crunch
The struggling state-owned entity said it experienced a dramatic reduction in revenue during the lockdown period and is currently looking at ways to improve cash flows.
Ramaphosa: Govt making progress in overcoming problems at Eskom
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that improvements were continuing in municipal debt collection and despite load shedding, maintenance work was continuing at power stations.
SA's COVID-19 recovery rate at 90% as death toll hits 16,398
The Health Ministry says 1,268 new infections were picked up over the past day, pushing the number of known cases in this country to almost 671,000.
Mantashe confirms govt to buy 6,800MW of solar, wind power
Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe said that electricity from independent power producers (IPPs) must be purchased by Eskom and programmes will target connection to the grid as soon as reasonably possible.