Nomahlubi Sonjica has been a journalist for 15 years. She started her career at The Herald in Port Elizabeth. She moved to Johannesburg to join the courts and law hub. She then joined the Times newspaper, after which she became part of the TimesLIVE digital team.

Ace Magashule asks NPA for list of witnesses implicating him in ... Ace Magashule asks NPA for list of witnesses implicating him in corruption case

Suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule’s legal counsel has asked the state to provide a list of witnesses ...

Solidarity Fund and NEF to provide R450m to businesses hit by ... Solidarity Fund and NEF to provide R450m to businesses hit by looting

The Solidarity Fund and the National Empowerment Fund have teamed up to offer R450m in financial assistance to ...

Eskom, City Power sign memorandum for transfer of electricity ... Eskom, City Power sign memorandum for transfer of electricity distribution

Power utility Eskom and City Power Johannesburg have signed a memorandum of understanding on a possible transfer of ...

Bail hearing on Friday for murder accused former MEC Mandla Msibi Bail hearing on Friday for murder accused former MEC Mandla Msibi

Former Mpumalanga agriculture MEC Mandla Msibi will spend another night in custody as his bail application was rolled ...

Gauteng police arrest seven men for foiled store robbery Gauteng police arrest seven men for foiled store robbery

Johannesburg police ]arrested seven men for a foiled robbery that was due take place at a retail store in Woodmead, ...

Police union says Khehla Sitole's suspension would be justified Police union says Khehla Sitole's suspension would be justified

The Independent Policing Union of SA says the suspension of national police commissioner Khehla Sitole would be ...

Cosatu rallies members for one-day strike on Thursday Cosatu rallies members for one-day strike on Thursday

The Congress of South African Trade Unions has called on members to take part in a one-day strike on Thursday to “push” ...

Google to invest in black-led start-ups in Africa Google to invest in black-led start-ups in Africa

Google has announced its plan to invest $1bn (about R15bn) over five years to support digital transformation in Africa.