• Mom arrested after toddler’s skeletal remains are found buried in backyard
    A 19-year-old woman from eMbalenhle in Mpumalanga is in custody after the remains of a two-year-old girl, believed to be her daughter, were found in a shallow grave at her uncle's home
  • 'R5m ransom' demanded after pupil allegedly kidnapped outside school
    A grade eight boy was allegedly abducted while waiting for transport at a school gate, the Gauteng education department said
  • Volkswagen's new Touareg R launched with 340kW of muscle power
    Porsche V6 power and an electric motor propel the sports SUV from 0-100km/h in less than five seconds
  • 'Death penalty! Death penalty!' Ramaphosa apologises to family of murdered Tazne van Wyk, 8
    President Cyril Ramaphosa said 'the state should oppose bail and parole for perpetrators of rape and murder against women and children'
  • Limbs, livelihoods in danger as Compensation Fund stops paying out
    Healthcare providers who work with the Compensation Fund have started to retrench staff, while others have halted operations after the fund’s alleged failure to process payments for nearly six months.
  • Alonso to take another stab at the Indianapolis 500
    Former F1 champion and Le Mans winner still aiming to complete the 'triple crown' of motor racing
  • JSE could feel coronavirus pressure ahead of budget on Wednesday
    All eyes are on the budget speech at 2pm, while Asian markets are still showing symptoms from the coronavirus outbreak
  • Shoprite zeroes in on Woolworths shoppers
    Assault on premium food retail is gathering pace, says CEO in his investor presentation
  • Private bank market may be a third larger than thought, says FirstRand
    Some high earning and high net worth clients are not included in the estimates, says private bank boss Eric Enslin
  • E-cigarettes need to be taxed for our health — and that of the fiscus
    E-cigarettes in SA are not taxed nearly enough, but taxing them would curb use and put a pile of money in the state coffers, says a group of experts
  • It will be a national development pipe dream without values
    It is critical for the public service to pursue rules and regulations that are balanced with an ethical organisational culture, writes Richard Sizani
  • Tito Mboweni cannot afford to be ambivalent
    The oligopolistic structure of the major sectors of  SA industry that provide barriers to entry will have to be broken, writes Landiwe Mahlangu