Eskom and municipalities’ income will erode as more households go off grid
An eyewitness has told how the door of a Cape Town train opened unexpectedly while travelling at full speed, sucking a 2-year-old girl and her older sister out.
Five people convicted for cable theft were on Monday collectively sentenced to 140 years behind bars, Eskom has announced.
Two trials have found that vaginal rings containing antiretroviral dapavirine could lower HIV infections in women by over 50% if used correctly.
Treasury has little option but to hike taxes as Pravin Gordhan is caught between a rock and a hard place, says Dumile Sibindana.
A storm that has been brewing over the Department of Energy’s nuclear energy programme and PetroSA could erupt, reports News24.
Apple says it supports the idea of a panel of experts to consider access to encrypted devices if US authorities drop legal efforts to force it to help break into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers.
Vienna visitors beware: Burping too loudy could come at a price. Bartender Edin Mehic found that out when fined $77 after belching in the proximity of a policeman at the Prater fun park area.
Six migrants have been given a month in prison for occupying a ferry in northern France, while charities have warned that thousands could be affected by plans to evict half of the “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais.
Top black coaches in domestic cricket — Paul Adams, Geoffrey Toyana and Malibongwe Maketa — last standing at Momentum 1-Day Cup
Coach welcomes unlikely inclusion of senior fifteens star as injury-hit Blitzboks wing
Winning streak will power Chiefs passed Polokwane City, says coach Steve Komphela
A refreshed Lewis Hamilton insists he is prepared for the most gruelling Formula One season of his life
SA-England Twenty20 was as much about the atmosphere and entertainment as the cricket, writes Neil Manthorp
Brendon McCullum draws the curtain on his illustrious batting career
Coach prepares to unleash versatile player Sikhumbuzo Notshe at openside flank
Troubling Test series in India and against England should have Proteas under a cloud, but in SA only most recent performance counts
A new filming project called Cinderella Live has brought Hollywood to SA once again!
A 51-year-old woman is expected to return to the Western Cape High Court to face charges that she kidnapped a newborn baby girl from Groote Schuur Hospital 19 years ago.
The sentencing of Czech fugitive and convicted drug dealer, Radovan Krejcir, is due to continue after a bomb scare disrupted proceedings on Monday.
It’s been three months since Karabo Mogane walked away the winner of Idols SA Season 11. Find out what he’s been up to here:
President Jacob Zuma has said that David “Des” van Rooyen was the most “highly qualified” finance minister he had ever appointed.
An Uber driver who may have picked up fares during an alleged weekend killing spree was headed to court yesterday facing charges of murdering six people in the northern state of Michigan.
Chapter One: In a box buried deep in an archive in The Netherlands, Mark Sijlmans stumbled on a surprising discovery.
The Mtolos were a family in turmoil. A month after Sijlmans found the identification pass, they received news from a man that he had found their grandfather’s grave in a far-off land.
Gauteng is to prioritise early childhood development and the provision of schools for special-needs children.
Men who keep their cellphones in their pockets could be “cooking their sperm”, a study shows.
It has long been suspected that Hitler’s conquest of Europe was an attempt to compensate for a lack of potency elsewhere.
The lives of millions of jobless South Africans are being determined in a court challenge by a non-government organisation demanding changes to the law.
Bring in the army to deal with humanitarian crises, get help from overseas, take emergency measures for water and food relief.
Cosatu has called for the government to maintain or increase spending on infrastructure development to get the economy growing again.
Only five Republicans are left in the race for the White House, and frontrunner Donald Trump is hammering home the idea that he is the only one who could defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton in November.
Police arrested Uganda’s main opposition leader, Kizza Besigye, for the fourth time in eight days yesterday, after an election that the US and EU have criticised and the opposition have rejected as fraudulent.
Three people were killed in gun and grenade attacks in Burundi, officials said yesterday, just hours before the arrival of UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, who is trying to end the bloodshed over President Pierre Nkurunziza’s disputed re-elec…
South African women have new hope they will not contract HIV, after two trials of vaginal rings that secrete an ARV drug protected one in three women from the virus.
The annual Mobile World Congress stops over in Barcelona today where the globe’s biggest operators will attempt to seal lucrative deals, woo influential policymakers and prove they are further ahead of the technological curve than their rivals…
Over the course of a decade, they became the most famous, well-paid and perfectly groomed group of actors on television.
Academic activities at the University of the Free State have been suspended after a video was taken that reportedly showed rugby players and supporters assaulting protesters who had disrupted a Varsity Cup game.
An alleged house robber was shot in the head, dying instantly, after a police chase in Brakpan that involved a dog unit and a helicopter.
Union federation says government needs to increase its economic stimulus and infrastructure investments, while reducing them will further weaken economic growth