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Boulders centre manager in Ndebele garb row apologises for viral mall incident

The suspended manager of the Boulders Shopping Centre has apologised to Ndebele activist Thando Mahlangu after he attempted to chase him out...

Table Mountain fire has been contained – officials

Despite windy conditions, the Table Mountain fire has been contained. More than 150 firefighters, more volunteers and over 30...

Apocalyptic fire reaps day of unforgiving destruction in Mother City

Efforts to contain the out-of-control wildfire that erupted on Table Mountain on Sunday morning at around 8.45 continued throughout the night.

Mamelodi Sundowns shocked in Nedbank Cup semi-finals by TTM

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila will meet Chippa United in the Nedbank Cup final after shocking Mamelodi Sundowns 6-5 on penalties in their semi-final on Sunday. The match at...

Probe launched after two children perish in Mpumalanga fire

The two cousins were burnt when the house in which they were sleeping burst into flames. Police in Mpumalanga...

Mpumalanga Traffic trainees cry foul following suspension of the program

The 125 trainees were recruited to participate in a traffic officers learnership program by the Department of Community, Safety, Security and Liaison.

Mabuza says SA doesn’t have enough vaccine doses for all its sites

Deputy President David Mabuza has admitted that South Africa’s vaccine roll-out is not moving at the it speed hoped for. The country...

Singh admits Eskom paid R30.6m to firm for zero services

Former Eskom chief financial officer Anoj Singh has admitted that Eskom paid about R30.6 million to consulting firm McKinsey without any services rendered.

Investigation launched after ‘drunk’ traffic officer stumbles into Mpumalanga hardware store

An investigation has been launched after a traffic officer, who appeared to be drunk, was filmed stumbling around a shopping centre in...

Mpumalanga police launch manhunt after four taxi killings

Mpumalanga police have launched a manhunt for the attackers behind the murder of four people in the taxi industry.

Marking continues in Mpumalanga amid fears over COVID-19

Teacher unions in Mpumalanga say although there are few cases of COVID-19 reported in various Grade 12 marking centres in the province,...

CWU, Bemawu set for another strike over SABC retrenchments

SABC unions said that their members would embark on another strike at the public broadcaster over the protracted retrenchment process.

Extension of booze ban to have a ‘significant negative effect’ on wine industry

Agri Western Cape on Wednesday said the extension of the alcohol ban put the financial ability of many wine producers to survive...

Zondo left fuming as inquiry own goal sees Singh dodge testimony for now

An own goal by the state capture inquiry’s legal team has given former Eskom financial boss Anoj Singh some breathing space but...

806 new Covid-19 deaths recorded in SA

As of today, the cumulative number of Covid-19 cases identified in South Africa is 1 278 303, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said...

Punitive action against any ANC member accused of corruption should be dealt with fairly – Ace Magashule

With ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule due to appear before his party’s Integrity Committee on Saturday following charges of fraud, corruption and money...

COVID-19: SA records over 8 000 new cases, 173 deaths

South Africa has reached a new sombre milestone during its second wave of COVID-19 infections, breaching 8 000 cases of the respiratory illness...

SABC ‘urgently’ dealing with TV licence website hack

The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) TV licence website has been hacked. The public broadcaster on Thursday said it was...