Eskom says it does not expect to implement rotational load shedding on Saturday and the probability of load shedding is low for the weekend.
The murder case against a 25-year old man accused of killing an intern doctor has been postponed to March 31 at the Mankweng Magistrate's Court in Limpopo.
The South African Weather Service has warned that heavy downpours in Johannesburg and surrounding areas will continue throughout the night until Saturday morning.
Experts say people should not share nudes or compromising videos of themselves with people they have met online.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has commended the country's nine premiers for ensuring that integrated development in their provinces benefits rural areas.
The case against former security branch police officer Joao Rodrigues, who's accused of the 1971 murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, has been postponed to May 28 in the High Court in Johannesburg.
A Post Office cash in transit vehicle was robbed between Bloemfontein and Aliwal North in the Eastern Cape.
Businessman Adam Catzavelos, has been sentenced to two years imprisonment or suspended for five years or a R50 000 fine by the Randburg Magistrates' Court.
The Presidency says none of the people being repatriated from the Chinese city of Wuhan have been diagnosed with the coronavirus nor have they exhibited any symptoms suggesting that they have the virus.
Sentencing is expected to be handed down on Friday morning in the crimen injuria case of businessman Adam Catzavelos in the Randburg Magistrates' Court.
Former security branch police officer Joao Rodrigues will be back in the High Court in Johannesburg on Friday morning, in connection with the 1971 murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has ordered the repatriation of South African citizens from the Chinese city of Wuhan city in Hubei province.
Power has been restored to Metrorail train stations in the Western Cape and operations are expected to resume soon.
Passenger rail agency, Prasa, says it has temporarily suspended its train services in the Western Cape after Eskom cut off power to its main supply system in Cape Town.
Former acting Director of Public Prosecutions in KZN Advocate Cyril Mlotshwa testified at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture about his removal from office.
Members of Parliament's Justice committee have reacted with shock at revelations of an on going investigation by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) that officers and officials from the State Attorney office have fleeced the taxpayers of billions of rands.
The University of Fort Hare in the Eastern Cape has suspended academic activities at its Alice campus.
Two Gauteng grade eight learners who had been reported missing have been re-united with their families.
Former Acting Director of Public Prosecutions in KwaZulu-Natal Advocate Cyril Simphiwe Mlotshwa will continue testimony at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says the safety of women and children remains a priority for the police.
Mine and general workers at Pegmin Micronized Mine at the small farming town of Mica outside Hoedspruit in Limpopo have downed tools over salary increase.
The trial of Pastor Timothy Omotoso and two co-accused in the Port Elizabeth High Court has been postponed until Monday next week.
Murder accused Yolanda Nogemane has been suspended by the University of Fort Hare, Eastern Cape. She is accused of the murder of fellow student Yonela Boli, who was fatally wounded in a stabbing incident, two weeks ago.
The Gauteng Education Department says the Grade 8 learner, who was allegedly kidnapped while waiting for transport at Queens High School in Johannesburg, has been found.
The government needs to stabilise its state-owned enterprises to stimulate economic growth.
Former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni says the only reason she stopped the signing of a deal with Emirates Airlines was because she was under the impression that some board members were not yet satisfied.
Police are monitoring several areas in and around Soweto following Wednesday morning's protest action.
A protest action dubbed the “Cry of the Excluded” saw both employed and unemployed people send a message to government calling for swift action with regards to unemployment in the country.
The NPA has confirmed that the case against former Aurora Empowerment Systems directors Khulubuse Zuma, Zondwa Mandela and Thulani Ngubane has been struck struck from the Springs Regional court roll.
Former SABC CEO Lulama Mokhobo is on Wednesday morning expected to testify before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg.