No power cuts expected: Eskom9/3/2014 16:39
Eskom was not expecting any power cuts next week although the system would still be tight, it said on Sunday.
Nando's did not use Oscar trial7/3/2014 15:55
Food chain Nando's has denied using the murder trial of paralympian Oscar Pistorius in its marketing material.
Cutting power painful: Eskom7/3/2014 13:36
Opting for staggered power cuts was a painful move but unavoidable to save the electricity system, Eskom CEO Brian Dames said on Friday.
Power cuts temporary setback: Cabinet6/3/2014 14:53
The wave of power cuts being experienced throughout the country is a temporary setback, Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa said on Thursday.
Eskom imposes first blackouts in six years6/3/2014 11:46
The state power utility Eskom imposed rolling blackouts for the first time since 2008 on Thursday, forcing rail networks and banks to switch to emergency generators after heavy rains soaked power station coal supplies.
Former township house prices grow5/3/2014 8:23
House prices in areas formerly classified as "black township areas" under apartheid grew marginally faster than the former "white suburbs", a First National Bank property strategist said
Journos boost local business5/3/2014 6:25
Journalists drank more than 450 cups of coffee on the first day of Oscar Pistorius’s murder trial at the high court in Pretoria, a local businessman said yesterday.
Sapoa lashes Gordhan claims4/3/2014 8:19
The government’s own inefficiency and mismanagement is the root cause of many of the issues the finance minister placed on the head of the property industry last week, says the South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa).
Inflation pushing up food prices4/3/2014 8:15
Food prices have risen steeply over the past few months and indications are that the basic South African food basket will double over the medium term, a survey conducted by the National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC) says.