Absa said the public protector report contained “several factual and legal inaccuracies” and the leak was regrettable.
Already 51 new doctors have no posts and are sitting at home, while senior consultants have been told there is no money to pay for their overtime.
He was known as the most notorious criminal in South Africa, but Ananias Mathe was once a loving husband and father, says his wife Elizabeth Mathonsi.
SA photojournalist kidnapped in Syria has still not been found, but aid organisation says to stay positive.
Durban-born scientist Dr Valanathan Munsami takes up the post of chief executive at the South African National Space Agency.
Cell C’s price increase comes after consumers called for SA network providers to decrease the price of data with the #DataMustfall campaign.
An Aussie tourism campaign for its Northern Territory took SMS-speak a little too far, albeit unintentionally.
The family of an uMlazi boy killed when hit in the head by a stray bullet on New Year’s Eve wants answers, but an expert says it won't be easy.
The slogan “Imagine life without Rainbow Chicken” could soon be a reality for its KwaZulu-Natal employees who are facing retrenchment.
Factionalism appears to have become the most thorny issue which is ravaging the soul of the ruling party as it gears up to its elective conference.
After years of dumping by importers, one of SA’s biggest chicken producers is selling 15 of its farms in Hammarsdale, and retrenching 1 350 workers.
Wayne Westner was at times a troubled man and his search for harmony in the relationship obviously wasn’t working.
It’s going to be a bumper year for the country with much optimism from experts about what is in store for 2017.
From the #FeesMustFall protests to the brutal deaths of pupils stabbed on school groundsl, 2016 has been a bloody year for education.
Politicians and their parties emerged from 2016 bruised and limping, but this year is expected to be more strenuous and politically challenging.