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.
Desai: Axe used to kill Van Breda family same one kept in the home
Judgment is currently being handed down in Henri van Breda's murder trial in the Western Cape High Court.
Friends, family to pay tribute to Akhumzi Jezile at memorial service
Jezile and four others died in a car crash in the Eastern Cape over the weekend.
AU chairperson heading to SA after Madikizela-Mandela’s death
In a statement the AU Commission has paid tribute to the struggle stalwart, describing her as a fearless campaigner.
No power for several Randburg suburbs
City Power says its officials are on site at the Hawkens Switching Station which has been hit by a technical fault.
Partial N3 closure due to protest
The N3 Toll Concession is urging motorists to delay their trips for now.
Saftu: Gupta raids a victory for groups who called for action
Three people have been arrested and will be appearing in the Bloemfontein magistrates court in connection with the Free State Estina Dairy Farm scandal.
Mine safety comes into sharp focus following Free State power cuts
The large group was unable to surface at Sibanye Stillwater’s Beatrix mine on Wednesday when the power cut out.
EFF calls for inquiry into Capitec, says it can't trust bank's info
Earlier this week, research group Viceroy claimed it found that Capitec had been advising and approving loans to delinquent customers in order to repay existing loans.
E-Media Investment not happy after MultiChoice reveals contract info
The firm's Vasili Vass says that amount has been overstated and its distressing that Mawela would inflate the number to justify amounts paid to ANN7.
Capitec: Credit rating not affected by Viceroy report
In a statement quoting the rating's firm's bulletin on Thursday morning, Capitec says that "to date, the bank has experienced only mild funding outflows and its liquidity remains sound".
Zimbabwe govt changes tune on leases for white farmers
Thousands of white farmers were forced off their land by violent mobs or evicted, with Mugabe saying the reforms would help black people marginalised under British colonial rule.
Thembisile Yende’s alleged killer back in court
Yende's brother Mboneni says the family is still shocked by court's decision last month to grant him bail.
[ALERT] Masutha: State capture reference terms to be released on Thursday
President Jacob Zuma established the commission two weeks ago.
IMF cautiously optimistic about economic outlook in SA
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has met Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa in Davos where the World Economic Forum is being held.
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.