From pitbulls to miserly employers, domestic workers in South Africa are under attack - both figuratively and literally.
Social rights groups want the R350 SRD grant hiked and extended.
South African chief executives are among the highest paid in the world.
A property buyer fell victim to an expensive case email fraud.
Information about alcohol abuse gathered during the Covid lockdown may prompt further changes to the Liquor Amendment Bill, says the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition. The Bill has been on hold since 2018.
South Africa faces a power generation crisis. Directly related to this crisis is a chronic need for clean and safe power in informal settlements. Approximately two million households live in communities without formal grid connections.
Empowerment project stumbles in Khayelitsha, showing the complexity of providing solutions to informal settlements.
Researchers found that many car guards struggle to survive financially due to daily “bay fees” that must be paid irrespective of the car guards’ daily income.
The Eastern Cape High Court has ruled that the exploration rights granted to Shell were unlawful - putting an end to any seismic survey in the ocean off the Wild coast.
A Durban High Court judge has slammed Standard Bank and its lawyers for a shoddy application against a defaulting homeowner.