Flooding leads to Joe Slovo Drive closure: The JMPD says the road is completely off limits and should be cleared by Friday morning.
[LISTEN] SA could lose millions of jobs if not digitally ready in 7 years: Dr Roze Phillips of the University of Stellenbosch Business School says people in all industries are at risk.
Matakata: NPA prosecutions moving at snail pace: In March, Matakata told the portfolio committee on police that the NPA did not hinder its investigation into state capture but were instead impeding the progress of taking the matter to court.
[WATCH] Mahikeng on knife-edge as protesters demand Mahumapelo’s removal: The capital of the North West has been on lockdown for the past couple of days as residents continue to protest demanding the removal of the ‘corrupt’ Premier Supra Mahumapelo.
Sisulu to meet Australian counterpart over travel warning: Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s ministry warned travellers of murder‚ rape‚ car hijackings‚ civil unrest‚ water shortages‚ spiked drinks‚ and terrorism in SA.
Eskom should make declaratory statement on state of coal supply – DA: It’s emerged this week that there’s a shortage of coal and that supply is allegedly at the same level it was in 2008 when South Africa first experienced load shedding.
Reserve Bank says continues to meet with KPMG following VBS Bank scandal: KPMG suspended one of its top executives last week who was the lead partner at VBS mutual bank which has been accused of severe mismanagement and fraud.
Ramaphosa cuts UK trip short to address Mahikeng protests: There’ve been rolling protests in Mahikeng and surrounding villages this week with rampant residents calling on Supra Mahumapelo to step down.
Nel: NPA handling of Malema case unlawful: Gerrie Nel says the NPA has referred Malema’s case to the Priority Crimes Litigation Unit to decide whether or not to reinstate charges but Nel says it’s not a decision the unit can make.
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