Changes to Medical Aid Schemes Bill aim to do away with brokers: Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says brokers only make medical aids more expensive, meaning the poor suffer most.
About 50 young South Africans stranded in China after visa scam: It’s understood they were offered jobs as English teachers in that country but did not have the correct documents.
[LISTEN] How your social media behaviour affects your insurance claim: Senior Assistant Ombudsman for Short-term Insurance Ayanda Mazwi explains how your social media posts might work against you when it’s time to make claims.
#RandReport: Rand recovers slightly on technical factors: It had gained over 0.5% at one point in late afternoon trade and was little changed on the day at 15.30 GMT, fetching 13.6575/dlr.
Gunmen in PE steal jewellery worth over R4m: Five men robbed the business in the Greenacres Shopping Centre on Thursday and held staff at gunpoint.
Piet Matosa and Joseph Montisetse to battle for NUM top post: Nominations for the top nine positions of the NUM have been concluded and delegates will soon cast their votes.
If found guilty, I’ll pay my own legal fees – De Lille: The Cape Town mayor has clarified she’s not asking the city for legal assistance in her court battle against the Democratic Alliance.
CT police arrest 2 suspects for possession of drugs: On Wednesday, law enforcement arrested a 38-year-old suspect in possession of 17 sealed parcels of dagga in the Kalk Bay area.
Eskom unions lower wage offer to 9%, high risk of load shedding tonight: The unions met with Eskom on Thursday to discuss their counteroffer after they rejected the utility’s four-year offer of a 4.7% increase this year and an inflation-based increase for thereafter.
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