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Parts of Johannesburg were like a sea of red when the EFF and truck drivers marched to Eskom's headquarters to protest against rolling blackouts, bringing traffic to a standstill in Sandton on Friday.
The Johannesburg Metro Police Department has urged motorists to avoid several roads in Sandton and be on the lookout for coal trucks blocking roads during the EFF's protest action against Eskom on Friday.
Before extravagant colour and bopping beats take over the Mother City's streets for the Cape Town Carnival, their workshop has to go into creative overdrive to deliver all the floats, costumes and heart of the iconic parade.
"You never feel more alive than when you feel close to death," says extreme adventurer Mike Horn as we talk about his latest book Dream of a Lifetime - Crossing Antarctica, the first part of his Pole2Pole expedition.
Earlier this week, News24 revealed that Andile Ramaphosa, President Cyril Ramaphosa's eldest son, received more money than he had initially claimed from his business relations with Bosasa.
The cast of the highly anticipated South African series Queen Sono walked the red carpet in Johannesburg as they geared themselves up for the show's premiere.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says train services have been fully restored in the Western Cape after the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) paid its outstanding bill to Eskom.
Eskom has confirmed it terminated electricity supply due to non-payment following the surprise temporary suspension of the entire rail service in the Western Cape on Thursday afternoon.
WATCH | Western Cape train chaos: Hundreds of commuters left stranded as power cuts cripple services
Hundreds of thousands of commuters in the Western Cape will be without rail transport on Thursday 27 February, following a surprise temporary suspension of the rail service.
A security officer is being hailed a hero after pulling a car accident victim out of an overturned vehicle in Durban. Sabatha Ngubane, an officer of Blue Security, was praised for his efforts to save a man who was trapped in the vehicle.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, speaking at News24's Frontline post-Budget panel discussion reminded the audience that there is 10 years of damage to repair at SOEs. "That doesn't happen overnight. It's a long hard process."
Lizo is a young, homeless boy who lives on the streets of Cape Town. He has no family and no money and he sings to passers-by on street corners and outside businesses in the hope of earning some money.
AA's business rescue practitioners have the final say on a plan to restructure the embattled airline and government will respect that authority, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said.