• Security guard injured in attempted Krugersdorp cash heist
    A security guard was shot in the arm during an attempted cash-in-transit heist in Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg, on Monday evening.
  • Limpopo pastor kept behind bars after 12-year-old accuses him of rape
    A 51-year-old pastor from Limpopo has been ordered to remain behind bars after he wass accused of raping a 12-year-old congregant a week ago.
  • Don't worry about running out of water during shutdown: Rand Water
    Rand Water says Gauteng residents should not panic as there will be “enough” water supply to the reservoirs during a shutdown that began on Monday.
  • Man who pushed 91-year-old onto London tube tracks sentenced to life
    A man who pushed a 91-year-old passenger onto the tracks at a busy London Underground train station was sentenced to life imprisonment on Monday, after earlier being found guilty of two counts of attempted murder.
  • Online abuse only makes us stronger, says Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff
    Mercedes have endured a torrent of online abuse in the two weeks since the Canadian Grand Prix but team boss Toto Wolff says the 'haters' have only strengthened the Formula One champions' resolve.
  • Lacklustre Bafana kick off Afcon with disappointing defeat to Ivory Coast
    Bafana Bafana were structured and held their own‚ but just too far on the timid side losing 1-0 to the awesome player power of Ivory Coast in their opening 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group D fixture at Cairo's Al Salam Stadium on Monday.
  • Market data - June 24 2019
    Market data including bonds, unit trusts and fuel prices
  • Why a long economic recovery is not necessarily a better one
    Debt has papered over myriad problems in the US economy in recent years, from rising inequality to stagnant wages
  • Chevron to help gas-rich Qatar build top ethylene plant
    It will be the Middle East’s largest facility for production of ethylene, a key ingredient in plastics
  • US supreme court quashes law banning trademarks of foul language
    Judges rule against Donald Trump’s administration and in favour of Los Angeles streetwear designer Erik Brunetti
  • EOH encourages whistleblowers with new app
    The IT group continues its push to clean its image after governance issues and alleged tender irregularities.
  • Agriculture sector welcomes R3.9bn cash injection for black commercial farmers
    AgriSA executive says Land Bank should work with the private sector to improve and increase the success rate of black commercial farmers