Former Eskom Chairperson and Business man Reuel Khoza says Eskom could perform better if all the directors who proved their capabilities at the power utility could be asked to come back.
Eskom warns of a high risk of load shedding later on Friday. The power utility says its system remains constrained and there's a need to continue to replenish its reserves.
Springbok Captain, Siya Kolisi has stepped out of the team's Umhlanga hotel in Durban to interact with the scores of fans that have been waiting, some for hours, to see their Rugby World Cup heroes.
Police minister Bheki Cele has refuted reports that the case docket into Senzo Meyiwa's murder is missing. The Minister says he's noted with concern the false statements attributed to him that the murder docket of Senzo Meyiwa is missing.
Various roads in Durban will be closed to traffic as the Springboks Victory Tour arrives in Durban on Friday. The procession is expected to start at Umhlanga then head to KwaMashu township, the City Hall and to end at the Moses Mabhida stadium.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that any failure by organs of state to pay small to medium enterprises SMEs within the 30 stipulated days will be viewed as financial misconduct.
Scores of people are already gathering in front of the City of Tshwane headquarters, Tshwane House in the Pretoria CBD to wait for the Springboks trophy tour.
South Africa has some of the most expensive data in the world and due to limited spectrum because of television broadcasting still hogging frequencies.
The Springboks have left the Union Buildings in Pretoria where President Cyril Ramaphosa hosted them. The President has hailed the Boks victory against England in the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that R363 billion in investment commitments have been made at the SA Investment conference. He says the investments are expected to create over 400 000 jobs in the next five years.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Thursday welcome the Springboks to the Union Buildings in Pretoria after their 2019 Rugby World Cup win in Japan.
Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula, has announced an improvement in Metrorail's on-time performance. He was speaking at a media briefing in Johannesburg on PRASA's War Room Progress report.
In the letter from the President's Desk, President Cyril Ramaphosa has lauded the victory of the Springboks this weekend saying it confirmed that South Africa is a nation determined to find unity in its diversity.
An investigation is under way into the cause of a crash in which nine people including foreign nationals were killed on the R74 road between Harrismith and Qwaqwa in the Free State on Sunday.
Former Springbok wing Bryan Habana says Siya Kolisi has been a successful captain of the Boks not because of the colour of his skin but his rugby playing ability.
Parents at the Soweto District have expressed anxiety over the placement of their children for the 2020 academic year. Over 800 parents say the Soweto District has allegedly not begun the process of placing their children.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in South Africa says it has reached an impasse with foreign nationals demanding to leave the country. The UNHCR has disputed claims by some that it is not assisting them.
The Springboks have sent a special message home thanking their fellow South Africans for their unwavering support during the Rugby World Cup tournament.
Some economists have warned that unless South Africa puts its economic house in order soon, it faces the possibility of an investment downgrade.
The Springboks have taken the Webb Ellis Cup for the third time, after crushing England 32-12 in the final at the Yokohama stadium.
The Springboks led the match against England to win the Rugby World Cups 32 – 12 at Yokohama Stadium in Japan. The Springboks dominated the game even though there were no tries in the first half.
With kick-off time fast approaching in the 2019 Rugby World Cup finals, South Africans have rallied behinds the Boks. They have come out to support the National team at venues around the country.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has met with the Springboks ahead of their Rugby World Cup Final against England on Saturday. Ramaphosa travelled to Japan on Friday to support the national team and express the country's support.
Moody's Investors Service has changed its outlook on South Africa's credit ratings from stable to negative but has affirmed the B-aa3 long-term foreign and local currency issuer ratings.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said in his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement in Parliament on Wednesday, that the number of public servants earning R1 million a year has doubled in the last three years.
South Africans have taken to social media to express their outrage regarding the announcement by Minister Tito Mboweni on the e-toll system.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has told parliament in his medium term budget policy statement that some State Owned Enterprises with out-dated business models are a fiscal risk, and should be closed.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says now is the time for South Africa to make preparations for economic prosperity in the future. Mboweni has told Parliament in his Mid-Term Budget Policy Statement that South Africa's expenditure continues to exceed revenue, and debt continues to increase.
The Parliamentary Budget Office estimates that 2019's revenue shortfall will amount to R48,9 billion - the worst in the past five years.
Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe says discussions are underway with industry players to find a way to reduce electricity prices.