16 people killed in inclement weather in KZN as province braces for 'mega-storm'
Officials from the Cooperative Governance Department held a briefing in Dubran on Thursday after several parts of the province were ravaged by severe storms over the past four days.
Gorillas smarter than human ancestors, research suggests
The research suggested that blood flow rate may be a better measure of information processing capacity than the size of a brain.
2 people killed after roof collapses during heavy rain in Durban
The pair died on impact when the roof caved in while they were sleeping.
Drop in Vaal Dam's water levels alarming, says DWS
The Department of Water and Sanitation on Monday said the Integrated Vaal River System had dropped to just below 60% while the Vaal Dam was just below 45%.
High Court ruling on lifesaving treatment for a foreigner a 'death sentence'
The court found the 39-year-old Ethiopian woman does not have the necessary documents to verify her refugee status in this country.
SA corporates, celebs, influencers continue to pledge couple engaged at KFC
Hector's proposal to Nonhlahla went viral on Twitter after KFC called on the public to help track them down.
Randwater to keep restrictions despite improving reservoir levels
The utility implemented stage 2 water restrictions last month after increased consumption and lack of rainfall left dam levels low.
Ramaphosa calls for upscaling of SMMEs to diversify SA economy
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that small enterprises presented the greatest potential to the growth of the economy but were often overlooked when it came to both government planning and investment.
Eskom says possibility of load shedding remains high this week
The power utility said the system was severely constrained following unplanned breakdowns and poor maintenance which had left the grid vulnerable.
Limpopo SAPS probe case of culpable homicide after 5 pupils die in crash
Police said the students died on the scene while the driver has been left critically injured.
More female magistrates needed to reflect demographics, says Justice Dept
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola is expected to appoint 105 new female magistrates from February next year.
Authorities probing cause, severity of sinkholes in Benoni and Centurion
MEC Jacob Mamabolo says a thorough geo-technical investigation will determine the cause and severity of the two separate holes.
Don't do it! Selling cannabis on social media is illegal, warns SAPS
In 2018, the Constitutional Court ruled that the private use of cannabis was permitted.
Bok win sees Takealot keep promise & refund 346 fans full price on TV sets
Following a 32-12 victory on Saturday against England, the company will dole out R4 million in reimbursements.
Jozi comes out in full force to support the Boks ahead of the RWC finals
Win or lose, it’s clear that the team, which carries the hopes of the nation on its shoulders are champions to many South Africans.
RWC; Ramaphosa arrives in Yokohoma, urges SA to support the Bokke
The clash kicks off at 11 am South African time and the team is looking to win their third trophy.
JRA: M2 to remain a construction site for the next three years
Herman Mashaba said neglecting key infrastructure puts the economy and the lives of residents at risk.
After 8 months, M2 motorway to be accessible from Monday
After eight months of construction, Johannesburg residents can breathe a sigh of relief as one of the city's main road networks will be accessible to motorists from next week Monday.