The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) ward 20 councillor candidate in Msunduzi Municipality has been shot dead.
Shortages of natural gas, coal from Asia to Europe are driving additional demand for oil products in power generation.
We cannot afford endless delays in addressing our unemployment problem because of bureaucratic red tape, outdated recruitment processes, lack of capacity and planning, or programmes that are short-lived or unsustainable, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.
Britain’s Katie Archibald doesn’t need to get pumped up for the Track Cycling World Championships after the Olympics – just don’t try to ask her something when her headphones are on.
Nightclubs and large events can only allow entry to people who can show they have had two Covid jabs.
Interior ministry spokesman tells Al Jazeera that all schools and universities in will reopen ‘in a very short time’.
With less than three weeks before the municipal elections, journalists Jason Felix, Malibongwe Dayimani and Aljoscha Kohlstock investigate how residents of one of the poorest areas in the Eastern Cape survive without the “luxuries” many take for granted.
The winds of discontent are blowing through the community of Standerton and neighbouring townships over poor service delivery ahead of municipal elections next month.
A shootout earlier in October that lasted five hours and left eight people dead is the latest in a string of clashes between police, private mine security and illicit miners.
Police have made three arrests after the suspected gang-related shooting of guests at a birthday party in Mitchells Plain at the weekend.
While growing up in KwaMakhutha, south of Durban, Sindisiwe Malanda was fascinated by how electricity was transmitted through cables from power stations to homes.
While South Africans are heading to the ballot box on 1 November, News24’s Out of Order index, calculated from a set of data painstakingly collated over the last two months, suggests that the crisis on the frontline of service delivery is likely to deepen.
Taiwan tech giant Foxconn unveiled its first three electric vehicle prototypes on Monday, underscoring ambitious plans to diversify away from its role of building consumer electronics for Apple Inc and other tech firms
Mazda’s Ford Ranger-based BT-50 was long in need of replacement, and its sales slowed to a trickle as newer and more modern rivals were launched in SA
The Gauteng roads and transport department has obtained an order interdicting violence between the Witwatersrand African Taxi Owners Association and the Nancefield Dube West Taxi Association.
Officials say GDP grew at its slowest place in a year in the third quarter, amid power shortages and property woes.
Unisa vice-chancellor and principal professor Puleng LenkaBula has obtained an interim order prohibiting a former student leader from publishing false information about her.
The undisputed top driver in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021 earned the chance to finish his best season off with a championship on Sunday when he won the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway in overtime