- Power cuts expected over the weekend
- Tempers flare as EFF report tabled
- Zimbabwe's US4.1bn budget 'paying people to sit in their offices': Chinamasa
- Letting puppet tweet the end of free expression: Hofmeyr
- Brazilian Brandao sentenced to a month in jail for head-butt
- Bafana coach remains upbeat amid club vs country chaos
- Ash emissions from Lethabo power station higher than normal admits Eskom
- Watch: Canadian prisoners break out of prison using helicopter
- Madonsela seeks partners to help overcome funding difficulties
- Afcon hosts Equatorial Guinea calls for calm amid Ebola fears
- 70% of British chickens have food poisoning bug
- I'll retire if my Aces don't qualify for MTN8: Clive Barker
- EFF objects as Parliament limits motions before EFF suspension debate
- Manny of the masses: Pacquiao to sell mansion after neighbours complain about guests' clothes
- Dissident unions call for Cosatu president to resign
- Man fails to get job back after racist joke
- Armed gang hijacks truck transporting cigarettes, two shot in Randfontein
- French Montana won't sign prenup agreement with Khloe Kardashian
- Watch: Two-year-old finds 'Die Antwoord' to hair getting in eyes
- US University cancels Bill Cosby appearance
- Angelina Jolie reiterates her political ambitions
- Bafana climb six places to 51 in latest FIFA rankings
- Atletico Madrid can beat anyone, says hat-trick hero Mandzukic
- Fake ANC spokesman accused of Eskom tender scam
- DA's momentum growing: Zille
As Eskom fights to keep the lights on another power station is on the verge of collapse.
Irregular spending of public money by national and provincial government departments climbed from R27-billion in the year to March 2013 to more than R62-billion in the year to March.
President Jacob Zuma has admitted that the ruling party is in trouble.
Faceless, borderless criminals are raking in hundreds of millions in South Africa. And they are getting particularly good at a specific method.