Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital workers protest amid COVID-19 fears

Image: Twitter: @_cosatu The workers want management to test all of them for the virus. Hundreds of healthcare workers are picketing outside the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital in Durban. The workers, who... Read more »

Gauteng Command Council gives update on COVID-19 in the province

Provincial Command Council gives update on COVID-19 in Gauteng. The presentation will cover: The Comprehensive Health Response Ward-Based Interventions Update on Schools Reopening Food Security & Social Relief The post LIVE: Gauteng... Read more »

Here is how easy it is to buy an illegal SIM in South Africa

An investigation conducted by MyBroadband has found that it is so easy to buy an illegally-registered SIM in South Africa some consumers might do it by accident. According to the Regulation of... Read more »

Economic ramifications of Covid-19

SPONSORED The Mail & Guardian and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) are rolling out a series of webinars on “Navigating the Covid-19 pandemic” and have been engaging in strategic conversations and sharing insights and possible solutions to overcome... Read more »

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra leaked on Samsung website

Samsung may have inadvertently leaked one of its next flagships smartphones ahead of launch. Images showing what appears to be a new smartphone surfaced on the company’s Chinese, Russian, and Ukrainian websites.... Read more »

State Capture | Prasa under the spotlight – 02 July 2020 – PT1

The Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture continues to hear PRASA related testimony on Thursday. Prasa’s General Manager of Group Legal Services, Fani Dingiswayo, is testifying. The post State Capture... Read more »

Vodacom’s “surprising” valuation of IoT.nxt analysed

Vodacom announced in May 2019 that it had reached an agreement to acquire a majority stake in IoT.nxt – a transaction which was concluded on 23 August 2019. Vodacom said this acquisition... Read more »

Great deals from the Huawei Winter Winners Sale

Huawei has launched its Winter Winners Sale in South Africa, offering great discounts on smartphones, accessories, and wearables. South Africans will be able to save up to 50% on smartphones and other... Read more »

Hachalu Hundessa’s murder sparks unrest in Ethiopia

At least 50 people are dead after a day of unrest in Ethiopia, sparked by the murder in Addis Ababa on Monday of renowned musician and activist Hachalu Hundessa. Amid an internet... Read more »

SA coronavirus cases jump to 159 333, a further 92 deaths reported

South Africa has recorded 8 124 new coronavirus cases. This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 159 333. In a statement, the Department of Health has also... Read more »

President Ramaphosa’s engagement with citizens via virtual COVID-19 forum

President Cyril Ramaphosa is holding a virtual interaction with various communities on the impact of COVID-19 in the country. Watch the Live Stream below: The post LIVE: President Ramaphosa’s engagement with citizens... Read more »

Ramaphosa to engage citizens at 6pm in virtual COVID-19 forum

President Cyril Ramaphosa will hold a virtual interaction with various communities on the impact of COVID-19 in the country. The interaction will start at 6pm. Watch the Live Stream below: The post... Read more »

KZN government investigating allegations of police brutality at a High School

The KwaZulu-Natal Education Department says it is investigating allegations of police brutality following a clash between police and grade 12 learners at the Nqabakazulu High School in KwaMashu in Durban. Pupils are... Read more »

More stolen items recovered from Toti house robberies

Durban – The ongoing investigation to recover items stolen and sold by an alleged robber yielded positive results over the weekend. The  alleged robber had been positively linked to six house break-ins... Read more »

5G Standalone will launch a new era of the mobile industry

5G is an inevitable next-generation technology upgrade for mobile network operators around the world. That’s the word from the head of technology for the GSMA in Greater China, Liu Hong. “It’s a... Read more »

More stolen items recovered from Toti house robberies

Durban – The ongoing investigation to recover items stolen and sold by an alleged robber yielded positive results over the weekend. The  alleged robber had been positively linked to six house break-ins... Read more »

We can’t expect learners and teachers to function optimally right now

It has been three weeks since schools were opened for grades seven and 12. From next week schools will be opened for more grades and school life for learners with special needs... Read more »

Huawei launches new Watch GT 2e in South Africa – All the details

Huawei has launched its new Watch GT 2e smartwatch, which offers smart wearable fans additional features while retaining the key functionality of the original Watch GT 2. Like the Huawei Watch GT... Read more »

State Capture Inquiry, 01 July 2020 Part 2

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture continues its hearings in Johannesburg Wednesday afternoon, with the focus still on the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). The post LIVE: State Capture... Read more »

Nollywood-style weddings land on the cutting room floor

Yemisi Ajeojo and Charles Isidi had been planning their wedding long before they became officially engaged in December last year. “We had already settled on a wedding date before there was an... Read more »

LISTEN: Investigation launched after female student pilot dies in Pretoria plane crash

Durban – The South African Civil Aviation Authority has launched an investigation into the cause of a plane crash in Pretoria on Tuesday that claimed the life of a female pilot.  The... Read more »

Prasa set to resume partial train services between uMlazi and KwaMashu

Durban – The train line between uMlazi and KwaMashu is set to be re-opened, albeit in a staggered approach, after more three months of being closed due to Covid-19 lockdown regulations.  On... Read more »

Durban’s public pools run out of chlorine

Durban – The more than 50 public pools in the eThekwini Municipality has turned green and stands at risk of having to be drained unless the city can secure chlorine for it.... Read more »