Vaal Dam water levels reach 50% mark - DWS
DWS spokesperson Sputnik Ratau said recent rains were a step in the right direction amid fears of water scarcity in Gauteng.
Police seek help to identify 7 bodies found dumped next to N12 Highway
The men were discovered by a passer-by at the Putfontein off-ramp near Benoni on Thursday evening.
Alert issued as severe thunderstorms expected over parts of SA
Inclement weather is on the cards for Gauteng, the North West, the Free State and Northern Cape on Saturday while parts of Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal can expect rainy weather conditions from Friday afternoon.
ORTIA security campaign nets 30 people so far
The operation, which started at the beginning of this month, included random stop and searches of passengers, crew and staff.
Wet Christmas expected for most parts of SA - weather service
It said rainfall was expected in parts of Gauteng, Free State, North West, Mpumalanga, and the Eastern Cape.
Power restored to Balfour customers affected by substation fire - Eskom
Eskom said that electricity had been restored to more than 5,000 customers but the bulk of its supply to the Dipaleseng Municipality remained affected.
Bright Christmas for Balfour residents as Eskom restores power
The substation, which is a distribution unit, was struck by lightning at the weekend and affected three transformers.
Mamelodi residents affected by floods to spend Christmas in shelters
This comes after the Gauteng government met with residents of Eerste Fabriek informal settlement on Monday to outline a series of disaster relief intervention plans.
Vaal Dam water levels approaching 50% mark - DWS
The department said after weeks of water levels declining drastically, the dam reached a positive 48.4% showing signs of improvement in its catchment areas.
Wet Christmas for Gauteng, Free State and North West
The South African Weather Service said heavy downpours would persist into Christmas and New Year's Day.
KZN police launch manhunt after cop killed outside his home
Police said the policeman was leaving his residence when he was approached by a group of men in white Toyota Etios.
Reiger Park residents march against violence, police inaction
They said police are incapacitated to deal with the scourge of violence, which has gripped the community for a long time.
SACP says eNCA must take strong stance against Kanthan Pillay over ‘rat’ tweet
Pillay was forced to apologise to journalist Samkele Maseko and the SABC on Thursday.
eNCA news chief Kanthan Pillay apologises for Samkele Maseko tweet
The channel has been thrust into the spotlight after former senior journalist Samkele Maseko, in a series of tweets, accused head of news, Kanthan Pillay of censorship.
'Screaming!' Trevor Noah to interview Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi
Tunzi has been well received on her American press tour and fans are looking forward to her chat with fellow South African Trevor Noah.
#SASpeaks: Mashaba wants S. Africans to take country back from politicians
Mashaba launched the political formation after he quit the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the mayoral position earlier this year.
Flood damage to infrastructure affecting water supply in Tshwane - Tau
Acting City of Tshwane Mayor Abel Tau said that water tankers would be distributed throughout the affected areas including Cullinan, Rayton and Refilwe.
Warmer weather expected for long weekend, WC set for some rain
After almost a week of heavy downpours leading to severe flooding in some parts of the country, the weather service says temperatures will rise.