Pretoria East residents to only have power on Sunday after substation burns down: The City of Tshwane says technicians are working on getting the substation up and running again.
SA urges Saudi Arabia to produce more oil to help decrease petrol price: Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says the impact of the high oil price on the staggering cost of petrol for ordinary South Africans featured in bilateral talks between South Africa and Saudi Arabia.
Will Eskom afford to pay over 7% salary increases for 2018?: Reports from the talks this week indicated that Eskom had moved higher than its proposed 7% wage hike but none of the parties will confirm the latest figure publicly.
VBS Bank depositors to have access to money from today: The South African Reserve Bank announced this week that one of its main priorities was to protect depositors and, therefore, it has implemented this mechanism.
Armsta confirms chairman gunned down in Marlboro: Details around the shooting are still sketchy but it’s understood Sam Budzwa received threats on his life over the past two years.
‘Govt should appoint body to monitor radical economic transformation measures’: The SAHRC has released its 2017/2018 Equality Report based on tools at government’s disposal to address economic inequality through radical economic transformation.
Grindrod Bank says forced to charge Sassa beneficiaries to cover costs: Last year, the Constitutional Court ordered Sassa to end the irregular contract with Cash Paymaster Services before April.
CPS CEO unaware of Sassa’s complaint to police, ConCourt: Herman Kotze says CPS will be abiding by the Constitutional Court’s order to end its services to Sassa at the end of September.
AfriForum weighs in on Duduzane Zuma’s court appearance: Duduzane Zuma is accused of negligently causing the deaths of Phumzile Dube and Nanki Mashaba in a 2014 car crash.
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