MTN batteries worth R1-million recovered in Pretoria

August 5, 2019 News Room SA 0

MTN batteries valued at almost R1-million have been recovered from a house in Pretoria. Police and security personnel helped in the recovery after a shootout […]

Walmart has no plans to stop selling guns

August 5, 2019 News Room SA 0

Despite two deadly shootings at its stores in less than a week, American retail giant Walmart has no plans to stop selling guns and ammunition, […]

Sanctions-hit Iran to cut zeros and rename plunging currency

August 1, 2019 News Room SA 0

The government in sanctions-hit Iran on Wednesday approved a plan to remove zeros from the rial and rename the currency – something its people have […]

Three SARS executives suspended

August 1, 2019 News Room SA 0

The South African Revenue Service has suspended three key executives. Hlengani Mathebula, Teboho Mokoena, and Luther Lebelo have been placed on precautionary suspension pending the […]

NGOs disappointed with decision not to probe apartheid banks

August 1, 2019 News Room SA 0

Two NGO’s say they are disappointed with a decision not to investigate banks for allegedly supporting the apartheid government. The Center for Applied Legal Studies […]

‘I feel like a failure’: South Africans desperate amid spiralling unemployment

August 1, 2019 News Room SA 0

South Africans on Wednesday painted a bleak picture of how they are struggling to find employment amid tough economic conditions. They were speaking to Radio 702 in […]

Huawei’s revenue surges 23%

July 31, 2019 News Room SA 0

Huawei’s sales unexpectedly boomed in the first half of the year, company figures showed on Tuesday, as US sanctions showed few signs of slowing the […]

SA resumes beef exports to China after foot and mouth outbreak

July 31, 2019 News Room SA 0

South Africa has resumed beef exports to China after an outbreak of the highly contagious foot and mouth disease (FMD) in January halted trade, officials said on Tuesday. The ban on […]

Foreign investors ditch South Africa

July 31, 2019 News Room SA 0

More than R70-billion has flooded out of South Africa’s bonds and equities in just six months. This is because foreign investors have decided to take their money […]

Samwu, Tshwane to hold fresh talks on wage demands

July 31, 2019 News Room SA 0

The municipal workers strike in Pretoria is starting to take its toll. Businesses in the city centre were closed on Tuesday as the workers continued to stage […]