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Small businesses in Johannesburg are feeling the pinch from the rolling blackouts that have hit the country as Eskom continues with loadshedding stages.
As South Africans continue to grapple with load shedding – currently at stage 4 on Tuesday – it would appear many small business owners are taking strain with the latest round of 'ridiculous' power outages.
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EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu held a press conference on Monday afternoon, to share the party's sympathies, after the passing of ANC veteran Ben Turok.
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Heavy rains caused havoc and destruction in parts of Gauteng. Cars and busses were left submerged in water and several roads and business have been affected by the continuing downpour.
SAA, the country's withering national carrier, has been placed into business rescue. But how did we reach this point? And who is to blame? We answered six key questions about SAA. Watch.
Heavy rains caused havoc and destruction in parts of Gauteng. Cars and busses stand submerged in water as several roads and business have been affected by the continuing downpour.
Proteas Test skipper Faf du Plessis wants South African cricket to move on following their off-field issues and states that focus should be the upcoming England tour.
EFF leader Julius Malema is happy with the fierce lobbying in the party ahead of its second elective conference, which kicks off on Friday.
Do you know these men? Metrorail has released footage captured on CCTV of two of the men wanted for the fires which recently effectively crippled Cape Town's rail network.