Maswanganyi initiates strategies in SOEs to ensure proper management
The Transport Minister says the presidential review commission identified several shortcomings in state-owned entities.
Maswanganyi won't explain re-appointment of 4 Acsa board members
Among the four is an advocate identified in the Gupta leaks as being selected by the controversial family to sit on the board.
Transport Minister says he welcomes any probe into Prasa
The minister was responding to questions at a briefing on the performance of state-owned entities in Pretoria on Friday.
Gupta ‘relative’ linked to WMC leaks site
Saurabh Aggerwal has been identified as the person responsible for a website used as part of a campaign to discredit editors and journalists who have exposed the Gupta family.
Journo ‘won’t be deterred’ by surveillance pics on pro-Gupta websites
Two websites have emerged as part of a strategy to counter the waves of damning reports.
'Gupta Paid Twitter' member knew of surveillance on journos
Eyewitness News has learnt that a member of the so-called Gupta Paid Twitter knew of a surveillance report of former editor Peter Bruce at least four months ago.
Mkhwebane: Reserve Bank should act to empower poor South Africans
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says that currently it seems that not all South Africans are benefiting from the Reserve Bank.
Mkhwebane finalising processes to oppose Zuma’s state capture review bid
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says her office is finalising the various processes related to the 'State of Capture' review application.
Mkhwebane: Funds given to Bankorp belonged to people of SA
Mkhwebane says failure to recover the gift resulted in prejudice to the people of South African as public funds could have benefitted the broader society.
Parliament ordered to amend mandate of Reserve Bank
The amendment effectively amounts to ending the Reserve Bank's mandate of using interest rates to contain inflation.
Mkhwebane orders SIU to recover over R1 billion from Absa
Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that Absa and its predecessor Bankorp unduly benefitted from a R1.125 billion bailout from the Reserve Bank.
Public Protector: Govt acted improperly over report into Absa Bankorp matter
The Public Protector has found that government acted improperly by failing to act on the CIEX report.
Gigaba: Tough economic climate will see govt cut spending
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says that he is in no doubt that South Africa finds itself in a tough economic situation.
Gigaba: They want to tarnish my reputation
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba remains committed to answering to the allegations being leveled at him.
Govt to pay particular attention to Eskom, SAA, says Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says Treasury will soon announce a replacement for SAA board chair Dudu Myeni.
Chamber of Mines, Minister Zwane on different pages over mining charter
The Chamber of Mines says they cannot accept this new charter while Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says they’ve done everything expected of them.
'New Treasury DG to bring confidence in stability, leadership of office'
Gigaba was speaking at a briefing on the economy in Pretoria on Thursday where he announced plans for an urgent meeting to address economic challenges.
D-day for Home Affairs over staff working hours
Director General Mkhuseli Apleni announced last week that arbitration had deadlocked and employees planned on downing tools from Monday.