With adequate emergency reserves, Eskom not planning power cuts for today
The utility said its system held up sufficiently over the weekend and it was expecting the return of four generating units.
Eskom won't compromise on maintenance in the future, De Ruyter tells Scopa
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter said that maintenance would increase the likelihood of load shedding over the next 18 months but it would ensure a reliable and sustainable power fleet going forward.
Eskom says no rush hour respite for Friday, high chance of weekend power cuts
However, the utility said it hadn’t given up on the plan, which was aimed at easing severe congestion on the roads between 6am and 9am and then again between 4pm and 6pm.
Man (36) arrested in Northern Cape for raping, murdering mother
Police said that the mother and her 36-year-old son had been drinking under a tree in Rietvale on Sunday night.
Jeremy Maggs steps down as eNCA editor-in-chief with immediate effect
In a statement, the company said Maggs had been in the position for the past 12 months and has asked to be relieved from his duties, as the stressful nature of the job was impacting on him negatively.
Eskom confirms stage 2 load shedding until Thursday with rush-hour respite
Stage 2 load shedding will end at 6 pm on Monday but the utility said on Sunday evening it would then resume at 9 am until at least Thursday morning.
Patient attacks paramedics with paintball gun in KZN
On Thursday, the pair responded to a call in Durban, where a man had been stabbed in the stomach.
‘Africa loves you,’ Motsepe tells Trump, causing confusion on social media
The South African business mogul was caught gushing on camera after being invited to dine with Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Eskom: No load shedding expected on Tuesday
The power company said its teams were working around the clock to bring units back online after breakdowns and planned maintenance.
Richard Maponya's memorial service will celebrate his life, says family
His family said they would release details around his funeral in due course.
No load shedding for Monday - Eskom
The utility is warning load shedding could be implemented at short notice if there's a significant shift in plant performance or an increase in unplanned breakdowns.
Load shedding: Ramaphosa to visit Egypt while Eskom crisis deepens
Ramaphosa will be visiting Egypt, where he’ll participate in the inaugural session of the Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.
Prayers & bullets: Commuter recalls being caught in cash-in-transit heist
Still visibly shaken after her near-death experience, a commuter remembered every detail of her frightening journey home.
Sanef asks Ramaphosa to hold Mantashe accountable for bribery comments
Without giving any names, Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe claimed that he bribed journalists at the 'Sunday World' to quash a story about his personal life.
Gordhan to take Mkhwebane's ruling in Sars pension matter on review
In a statement on Friday Gordhan’s lawyers said they had advised their client that “the Public Protector’s findings, are totally wrong both in fact and in law”.
IEC: SG Maluleke’s report reveals ‘negligible risks’ from double voting
It said the validation exercise was conducted independently by Statistics South Africa based on voting station result data from 1,020 voting stations.
Chris Maroleng ‘devastated’ by dismissal from SABC
The public broadcaster's board met on Tuesday to consider the findings and recommendations of his recent disciplinary hearing.
PIC denies report it’s considering Kennedy Bungane as CEO
Citing unnamed people, 'Bloomberg' reported that the PIC is considering Kennedy Bungane, formerly of Absa as its new CEO.