Cape Town mayor Patrica de Lille says although a national power blackout is unlikely the city has to have a contingency plan
Local equities market closes weaker as profit-taking among banks and financials gain momentum and gold and resources fail to lift market
National Union of Mineworkers says Harmony Gold in talks with unions to cut more than 3,000 jobs at its Doornkop mine
Report into spending and security at President Jacob Zuma’s private home include misstatements, inaccuracies and false accusations, says public protector
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