'Mboweni says that R59bn will come at significant cost to fiscus and taxpayers'

'Mboweni says that R59bn will come at significant cost to fiscus and taxpayers'

EWN parliamentary correspondent Gaye Davis unpacks what the bailout to help the debt-stricken Eskom means to South Africa.

'Dark days ahead for Denel employees'

'Dark days ahead for Denel employees'

Denel has informed workers that their July salaries may not be paid on time.

Gordhan asks High Court to suspend PP's remedial action against him

Gordhan asks High Court to suspend PP's remedial action against him

Gordhan's legal team says he could suffer irreparable harm if remedial action was to be implemented before a judicial review.

Documents reveal US and UK mediation ahead of South Africa's 1994 elections

Documents reveal US and UK mediation ahead of South Africa's 1994 elections

Dr Sue Onslow says that more than a thousand people were killed leading up to the elections.

'He only stopped shooting because he ran out of bullets' - forum chairperson

'He only stopped shooting because he ran out of bullets' - forum chairperson

The shooting of a police officer marks the most recent deadly incident in Delft, which has plagued by violence in recent months.

Lenasia South protest: 'Not enough infrastructure to cater for so many people'

Lenasia South protest: 'Not enough infrastructure to cater for so many people'

Eusebius McKaiser hosts a debate with community representatives over recent unrest in the Deep South of Johannesburg.

Outrage as pastor tells students gay people are 'as bad as Hitler'

Outrage as pastor tells students gay people are 'as bad as Hitler'

Students at De Kuilen High are being offered counselling after being told by Pickard Henn that gay people are going to hell.

World's strongest coffee 7th PsychoPath will be at Coffee and Chocolate Expo

World's strongest coffee 7th PsychoPath will be at Coffee and Chocolate Expo

The event takes place at the Ticket Pro Dome from 26 to 28 July.