Organisers have gone back to the drawing board and cancelled the popular Lambert's Bay Kreef Fees, replacing it with a market day.
Cape Town City billed ratepayers over R33 million for failing to adhere to imposed level 3 water restrictions.
Oxfam says the World Economic Forum is the most elitist gatherings and the most expensive economic event on the calendar.
Moody's Corp has agreed to pay $864 million to settle with the United States government over pre-crisis ratings.
Vuwani residents have until Monday afternoon to make submissions to Demarcation Board on how they want boundaries determined.
Ford SA and National Consumer Commission are expected to hold a joint media briefing regarding the future of Ford Kuga vehicles.
Court orders Basic Education Department to release pupils' matric results implicated in cheating despite an ongoing investigation.
Political analyst Ebrahim Fakir says ANC leaders competing for presidency strengthens democracy, but their denial is concerning.
Authoritarian parenting is based on eliciting fear and asserting power, but can be detrimental for the development of young kids.