Gigaba: Treasury can’t afford more Eskom bailouts
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says that National Treasury will take unspecified action soon to tackle the ailing utility's challenges.
Thousands of pupils yet to be placed in Gauteng, WC schools
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has called on parents and communities to refrain from disrupting schooling.
Zimbabwe mulls shutting down some embassies to cut costs
The move is in line with Emmerson Mnangagwa's maiden speech as president when he pledged to rebuild relations with the international community.
President Zuma congratulates matric class of 2017
The president has encouraged those who have not achieved a university pass or failed not to lose hope emphasising that other opportunities are available.
Music icon Robbie Malinga to be laid to rest
Malinga died at his Fourways home on Christmas Day after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
HSBC, Standard Chartered face UK probe over Gupta ties
South African-born Peter Hain says the banks may inadvertently have been conduits for laundered money.
‘Avian flu hits egg production, over 1,000 jobs lost’
The SA Poultry Association says commercial egg production per day has dropped to 17 million from 20.4 million after an outbreak of the H5N8 virus was detected in June.
Cosatu calls for more anti-corruption marches
Cosatu leaders encouraged workers to march again to their employers in the private sector and government when corruption rears its head.
Police officer gunned down in Soweto
The officer and two colleagues were following a vehicle in Mofolo south on Sunday when the occupants opened fire.
Ramaphosa’s office blasts online ‘smear campaign’
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to release a detailed statement on the allegations contained in messages.
Report: Public Protector’s house vandalised
Mkhwebane was apparently in Masiphumelele at the time of the incident, where she has stepped in as mediator between the City of Cape Town and the community to ensure their grievances are addressed.
Public Protector to probe Brian Molefe's pension payout
The Democratic Alliance had asked the Public Protector to probe the payout to Molefe.
Report: Guptas wanted legal advice to move billions out of SA
It's the latest in a series of revelations in recent weeks, showing the extent of the family's alleged dodgy deals.
Lesetja Kganyago: Sarb independence not under threat
Concerns had been raised around meddling after Busisiwe Mkhwebane recently recommended a change in the bank's mandate.
Opposition parties shocked, disappointed by Magwaza’s axing
Scopa chair Themba Godi says the axing of Thokozani Magwaza could not have come at a worse time for the agency.
One person arrested for assaulting cop outside Sandton Gautrain station
Officers responded to reports of fighting between metered taxi drivers and Uber drivers on Monday afternoon.
197kg cocaine found in shampoo bottles in OR Tambo Airport bust
On Monday, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula met with State Security Minister David Mahlobo and other officials on Monday to devise a new security plan for the airport.
Syrian war has cost economy over R3 trillion - World Bank
The devastating war has killed more than 320,000 people and displaced more than half the country's population since it began in early 2011.