Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona suspended - report
According to Fin24, the SA Tourism board is investigating allegations made against Sisa Ntshona via its anonymous tip-offs reporting mechanism.
Govt condemns attacks on foreign nationals in KZN, Limpopo
This follows attacks on foreign nationals in the two provinces over the last two days which resulted in some of them seeking refuge at police stations and a mosque.
Sars obtains interim court order against striking employees
Nehawu and PSA members went on strike earlier on Thursday demanding an 11% salary hike while Sars is offering 7%.
UN hits out at IAAF plan to classify female athletes by testosterone levels
South Africa’s Olympic 800-meter champion Caster Semenya is challenging the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) over its bid to restrict levels of testosterone in female runners.
City of Joburg formalises plans to minimise load shedding disruptions
The city said on Wednesday load shedding had already led to induced outages on its aged electrical infrastructure and substations.
JHB teens arrested after man (40) murdered
The boy and girl, both aged 16, are accused of injecting a 40-year-old man with drugs while he was sleeping.
Ramaphosa: Govt working closely with Eskom to end load shedding
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he continues to receive daily updates on the grid and has prioritised the stabilisation of Eskom.
Man involved in altercation attacked at Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital
A group of armed youngsters travelling in two taxis followed the ambulance to the hospital where they attacked the man outside the casualty area.
Report: Agriculture Dept in a R27m legal fees scandal
The company B Xulu and Partners Incorporated is said to have charged R27.3 million for its services which the state attorney's office could have provided for free.
Here we go again, Eskom implements load shedding
Stage two load shedding kicked in at 8 this morning and it's likely to last until about 11pm.
Deadly day at schools around the world
Grade 11 pupil Khulani Mathebula from Mondeor High was stabbed to death while on his way to school on Wednesday morning.
Humans are very small, says diver almost swallowed by whale
Rainer Schimpf had been filming a sardine run where gannets, penguins, seals, dolphins, whales and sharks gather fish into bait balls.
Demonstrators burn tyres, traffic delayed in N14 protest
Demonstrators are burning tyres as part of the service delivery protest.
#Sona2019: Ramaphosa details plans to restore confidence in crucial entities
Delivering his speech on Thursday, the president touched on the burning issues of job creation, state security and the need to provide adequate accommodation for students.
1 body recovered, more miners stuck underground in Mpumalanga
Police have confirmed they've recovered the body of one man believed to be an illegal miner.
SAHRC ‘appalled’ by racist comments on Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy
BLF leader Andile Mngxitama says his party stands with its spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp who made insensitive and racist comments following Hoërskool Driehoek deaths.
Independence of Sarb is sacrosanct, says Pravin Gordhan
Speaking in Davos on Wednesday afternoon, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said the operational independence of the central bank is sacrosanct.
ANC senior members bagged millions from botched broadband project, reports
Police are investigating claims of fraud and corruption in the broadband contracts which involve telecommunications giant Ericsson.