SARB says the latest scam involves criminals asking members of the public to hand over their money because it is carrying the coronavirus.
While we were working, this lot piled up the goods for themselves and went panic-buying in Makro. Not big, not clever, and not what will beat the coronavirus.
University students – mainly from UCT and Limpopo – partied hard on Sunday night after their classes were cancelled by coronavirus. Not a bright idea…
Queuing for cannabis was exactly what the Dutch did on Sunday to beat a deadline for the closure of ‘coffee shops’ and stockpile weed supplies for what could be weeks of lockdown.
It’s been a very scary Friday the 13th for beachgoers in Muizenberg this morning, after a shark sighting caused a mass evacuation from the sea.
All it took was the threat of a collapsed civilisation to get SAA back on the right track. Here’s why the coronavirus has been ‘good for business’.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni certainly has a way with words, and he has articulated his frugality beautifully here.
A group of prisoners thought they’d showcase just how good they had it in the cells – but their boastful video has put them in a heap of trouble.
South African coping mechanisms remain undefeated: As coronavirus spooks an entire nation, we’ve got this lot – making a big song and dance about it.
Load shedding won’t take a day off, even in the middle of a coronavirus epidemic. Here’s how Koeberg has sent Eskom into meltdown.
Coronavirus has a grip on South Africa. Despite warnings from the government to avoid panic-buying, our fellow citizens are dancing to their own tunes.
Naledi Chirwa has been backed by Mmusi Maimane – and EFF leader Julius Malema – after her South African citizenship was questioned online.
It’s only been a few hours since the ‘outbreak’ and already South Africans have a Coronavirus Challenge.
This one is going to have to go to VAR: The City of Cape Town are putting on a concert to mark the ejection of refugees from Greenmarket Square.
The case of the missing painting resumed at the Bloemfontein high court on Wednesday 4 March.
No need to run for the hills on Wednesday in Cape Town. Here’s why you shouldn’t be alarmed by the sounds of… well, an alarm.
Julius Malema celebrated his 39th birthday with a touch of style this week: However, his champagne choices have got people talking once again.
Political opponents to the ANC in Gauteng are suggesting that R131 million should be spent on local doctors, rather than training programmes in Cuba.
It’s farcical plot, really: The EFF have been forced to publicly denounce an identity thief who targeted their leader, Julius Malema.
There were some unsavoury scenes outside Parliament on Wednesday – but why exactly was John Steenhuisen denied entry to the Budget Speech?
Our green-fingered finance minister has started a mini-tradition during the Budget Speech. Here’s what motivated Tito Mboweni to bring his aloe plant.
An amateur American astronaut who wanted to prove the Earth is flat, has been killed in the crash of his homemade rocket in California.
A fractious day in the Eastern Cape Parliament exploded when the EFF were told to leave the house for a very obscure reason during the provincial SOPA.
Imagine going to pay your student debt off and Duduzane Zuma is right there in your corner. For frustrated learners at UKZN, this could become a reality.
In a split second, he lost everything.