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'.
Mnangagwa praises 'beautiful expression of freedom' after Zim polls close
In a tweet, Emmerson Mnangagwa says millions have voted in 'mutual respect and peace'.
Report: Ben Ngubane sought to blacklist newspapers critical of Eskom
According to the 'Business Day', the claim is contained in an explosive draft report into allegations of looting at Eskom and Transnet.
Guard dies from smoke inhalation at unoccupied Public Works Dept property
Police have confirmed an inquest docket has been opened and Public Works officials will be questioned as part of the investigation.
Bham plans to deliver Moyane ruling in early August
Advocate Azhar Bham chaired the hearing in Sandton on Saturday and received submissions on fairness, the terms of reference and the admissibility of Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Report: R10m secret state spy fund used to buy Security Minister’s home
The 'Sunday Times' says Minister Dipuo-Letsatsi-Duba personally negotiated the purchase of the Waterkloof property following a meeting with the estate agent and the owner earlier this year.
KZN cops work with GP counterparts to establish facts behind taxi mass shooting
It’s understood the victims were members of a taxi association in Gauteng who had travelled to KwaZulu-Natal to attend the funeral of a colleague on Saturday.
ANCYL sends condolences to family of slain Coastal College leader
The circumstances around the crime are still being investigated but the KwaZulu-Natal ANCYL believes it was politically motivated.
‘Chair in Moyane's hearing doesn’t have power to determine terms of reference’
Advocate Heidi Barnes has dismissed Moyane's claim that holding the disciplinary hearing while the Nugent Inquiry into governance at Sars is ongoing is unfair on Moyane.
Moyane's legal team: Gordhan’s testimony shouldn’t be admissible
The inquiry began this morning with Advocate Dali Mpofu hitting out at Gordhan being the main deponent in the affidavit that forms the basis of the charges against his client.
Police arrest 6 suspects following Joburg CBD cash heist
One police officer was killed in a lunchtime shootout with a gang of criminals who targeted the parked cash van on Joe Slovo Road.
Commission for Gender Equality backs Caster Semenya in IAAF fight
The IAAF’s new regulations, which are due to come into effect in November, will force middle-distance female athletes to lower their testosterone levels to a certain level if they want to compete internationally.