Certain sections of the M2 motorway in Johannesburg will be closed from the end of this month until October to allow for bridge rehabilitation.
The City of Johannesburg has announced the full closure of the M2 motorway between the Crown interchange and Maraisburg road.
The Mining and Energy Advisor has called on whistleblowers to come forward with information on corrupt activities at Eskom.
Civil society groups are expected to stage pickets at the National Energy Regulator of South Africa hearings in Soweto on Friday.
The City of Joburg says more than R80-million worth of counterfeit goods have been confiscated in Johannesburg in a month.
The City of Johannesburg says state-owned arms manufacturer, Denel, has paid back a R290 million loan which it had received through questionable means.
The AmaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism has claimed that a company that won a R1.2 billion tender to run car and truck fleets for the City of Johannesburg made payments to Julius Malema and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
The media fraternity is mourning the passing of Moses Moyo – a well-known journalist and owner of a local newspaper, the Joburg Inner City Gazette.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says an audit is being done of communities neglected both during Apartheid and under the new democratic government.
The African National Congress (ANC) in the Johannesburg region has threatened rolling mass action should their demands not be responded to by the end of this month.