[OPINION] Reshuffle Chronicles: Zuma may start a fire he cannot control
Stephen Grootes says President Zuma’s next move will beam us all up into a new political era.
Still no reason on why Zuma ordered Gordhan home from London
President Zuma’s order for Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to return home immediately led to speculation about whether he wanted to remove him as quickly as possible.
BLSA warns axing Gordhan will hit South Africans hardest
Several business groups have said this week they are worried about any action that could be taken against Gordhan.
'SA democracy being held to ransom by use of financial markets'
Faith Muthambi says the 'hysteria' around President Jacob Zuma's summoning of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is a collective, dishonest and deliberate amnesia.
Still no word from Presidency on Gordhan’s future
On Tuesday, Finance Minister Gordhan went straight to Luthuli House after landing in Johannesburg and then to the High Court in Pretoria.
Mbeki: Kathrada’s death a painful loss to SA
Thabo Mbeki says the country has lost one of the loyal giants of the struggle. He added Kathrada's death should not hinder the vital discussion between ANC veterans & leaders on ways to fix problems.
Mashatile: Troubles in the ANC must be addressed in Kathrada’s name
Mashatile says Kathrada served as the perfect example of what ANC leaders should strive to be. While Andrew Mlangeni says South Africans owe Kathrada a great debt for his leadership in apartheid's dark days.
Still no explanation from Presidency for Gordhan call back
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe refused to say if the party's top six officials had been consulted about a possible Cabinet reshuffle.
Banking association 'deeply worried' by decision to call Gordhan back
The organisation appeals to the Presidency & all stakeholders to act in the best interests of SA by avoiding actions that could hurt economic growth & social development.
Zuma decides on JSC representatives
Eyewitness News has learnt that President Zuma has now decided who he wants to represent him on the Judicial Service Commission.
ConCourt to hear arguments in brick factory eviction case
The former workers say they have nowhere else to go but the factory says it's providing free accommodation.
Competition Tribunal hears of R69.5 million Citibank agreement
Citibank has agreed to playing a role in a cartel that saw the value of the currency being manipulated.
Competition Commission explains Citibank ‘collusion’ settlement
The commission says it has agreed to Citibank paying a fine of R69.5m because it needs their testimony in the currency manipulation case.
Sars awaits terms of probe into tax refund processes
Tax Ombudsman Judge Bernard Ngoepe is investigating following complaints about the late payment of tax refunds.
Phahlane to give details on probe into burglary at Chief Justice's office
Fifteen computers containing information about the country’s judges were taken early on Saturday morning but other computers were left behind.
Sars fears nothing despite pending probe
The taxman confirmed it had been informed by the finance ministry that the tax ombudsman will be investigating them.
Sars stands by tax refund processes
The institution's critics have claimed it could be holding back tax refunds to boost its tax collection figures.
Sars confident about strength of its systems
Sars says the investigation by Tax Ombudsman Judge Bernard Ngoepe will provide the public with the necessary confidence in its systems.