‘Impact of latest petrol price decrease remains to be seen’
The Energy Department has announced that from Wednesday a litre of petrol will cost you R1,84 cents less, while diesel is going down about R1,45 cents.
Eskom apologises for inconvenience caused by load shedding
Eskom confirmed stage 2 load shedding kicked in on Sunday morning and is likely to last until about 10pm tonight.
Mbete, Modise ‘deeply concerned’ by reported threats against AG staff
Earlier this week, it emerged that staff members had to face a hostage situation‚ threats from municipal officials.
Slain journalist Khashoggi’s body parts found - report
Khashoggi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate on 2 October to obtain documents for his forthcoming marriage.
#StateCapture: EFF reacts to testimony from Nhlanhla Nene on Guptas
Nene told the commission that he visited the Guptas’ Saxonwold home on four occasions but denied it was to conduct dodgy dealings.
Nene expected to tell his side of the story on state capture
According to a media report, Nene is likely to confirm for the first time that he was sacked by former president Jacob Zuma after refusing to approve the R1.6 million nuclear deal.
Report: Concerns raised over newly refurbished flats for Cabinet ministers
Property analysts have raised concerns around wasteful expenditure on the project, saying the Public Works Department appears to have overcapitalized on the renovation.
'Sesame Street' puppets Bert and Ernie not lovers, say creators
Their statement comes after one of the writers on the children's tv show said he believed that the educational puppets were 'lovers'.
'We need racism to be criminalised'
The EFF officially laid a criminal complaint at the Bramley Police Station on Wednesday.
Dlamini Zuma: Ramaphosa's hands tied over Fees Must Fall amnesty
Dlamini Zuma delivered the keynote address at Stellenbosch University last night at a student event organised by Sasco.
27 opposition supporters granted bail after Zim protest violence
Violence erupted last week after President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his ruling Zanu-PF party won the national election.
Nigerian man dies while rescuing people from capsized boat
Joseph Blankson was on board the boat carrying 24 people when it toppled over on Saturday.
Zim elections were free, fair and transparent - Mnangagwa
Emmerson Mnangagwa was announced as the winner of an election held last week, with 50.8% of the vote.
Ramaphosa congratulates Mnangagwa on his election as Zim president
Ramaphosa has also conveyed his condolences to the families of the victims and wish the injured speedy recovery.
Deadly Zim govt crackdown prompts international calls for restraint
The United Nations and the UK have both expressed concern about the violence, in which three people were killed after troops opened fire.
Eskom says power grid relatively stable for now
Joburg was hit by controlled power cuts on Tuesday after some units went down at Eskom’s stations due to an ongoing wildcat strike and low coal levels.
Ramaphosa applauds South Africans for participation in land hearings
The president says the party has listened to all those who have weighed in during the hearings.
Mnagagwa withdrew Mugabe’s security on eve of election - reports
The close security aides were reportedly recalled on Sunday night shortly after Mugabe addressed a press conference, where he declared that he would not vote for his 'Zanu-PF tormentors'.