- All systems go in Gauteng for 2010
Gauteng is ahead of schedule to host next year's Confederations Cup and the 2010 World Cup finals, it was announced on Thursday.
- Sasol donates R1m to Nelson Mandela Children's Fund
Sasol has donated R1-million to the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund, the petroleum company said on Friday.
- Relief for motorists as petrol price drops sharply
The retail price of petrol will drop by between 69 and 78 cents a litre next week, the Minerals and Energy Department said on Friday.
- OR Tambo's new arrivals hall ready for the rush
The shiny new international arrivals hall at OR Tambo International Airport was waiting to receive the first passengers on Wednesday morning.
- KZN farmers, land claimants bury the hatchet
Members of the Landless People's Movement in KwaZulu-Natal and a group of farmers have decided to stop quarrelling with each other.
- Zille wins World Mayor prize
The mayor of Cape Town, Helen Zille, has been awarded the 2008 World Mayor prize by City Mayors, an international urban-affairs think tank.
- Sharp fall in petrol price next week
The retail price of all grades of petrol will decrease by R1,61 a litre on Wednesday December 3, the Department of Minerals and Energy says.
- Smith wins SA's top cricket awards
Graeme Smith completed a year of huge achievement when he was named both SA Cricketer of the Year and Castle Test Cricketer of the Year on Tuesday.
- Smit: Series win up there with World Cup glory
South Africa's 2-1 series win over the British and Irish Lions felt as good as the country's World Cup win in 2007, according to skipper John Smit.
- SA faces World Cup transport challenge
SA is confident that it will be ready to host the Soccer World Cup next year, but faces a challenge in transporting fans to matches.