Equal Education hopes Ramaphosa will make good on his promise
The organisation says learners are still faced with challenges of no water and electricity access across the country.
Ramaphosa extends olive branch to Jacob Zuma
Cyril Ramaphosa also thanked his predecessor Jacob Zuma for his service to the nation during his two terms as president.
Former President Zuma will not attend Sona
Jacob Zuma reluctantly resigned this week after being told to do so by the African National Congress national executive committee.
'Warnings & threats' as Zuma responds to recall
In an interview with the SABC, President Jacob Zuma says he thinks South Africa has been plunged into a crisis that his ANC comrades might regret.
ANC believes ‘disciplined member’ Zuma will resign
During that live interview, Jacob Zuma said calls for him to resign are unfair because no one has been able to tell him what he's done wrong.
Mbeki Foundation: Zuma recall long overdue
The Thabo Mbeki Foundation says many people have wanted Jacob Zuma to leave office because he faces the possibility of prosecution for alleged criminal offenses.
Gigaba postpones urgent meeting with PSA over Eskom bailout
The association is angry over government's decisions to bail out cash-strapped Eskom. The PSA wants a labour representative to sit on the public investment board in order to safeguard worker's money.
PSA ready to meet with Gigaba over PIC demands
The association has raised concerns over a decision by the GEPF and the PIC to bail out Eskom.
Esidimeni families to wait a month for outcome of arbitration
Government and the families reached a settlement this week which will see each family receive R200,000 each in compensation.
Moseneke hoping for just, equitable outcome to Esidimeni hearings
Dikgang Moseneke now has a month to make his findings and decide on whether the families of those who died should be awarded constitutional damages.
Esidimeni: Families must be compensated for trauma, not constitutional damage
Government and the families reached a settlement on Thursday which will see each family receive R200,000 each in compensation.
Esidimeni: Moseneke baffled by State’s argument against compensation
Government and the families reached a settlement on Thursday, which will see each family receive R200,000 each in compensation.
Sassa keen to ensure grant payments takeover process goes smoothly
Sassa has once again approached the Constitutional Court asking for its contract with CPS to be extended for a further six months.
Dept: Nothing untoward about postponement of Ubuntu Awards
President Jacob Zuma was due to attend the ceremony on Saturday night in Cape Town.
Sassa asks ConCourt to extend CPS contract yet again
It's understood Sassa filed papers on Wednesday and asked the court to extend its contract with Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) for another six months.
SAHRC: Officials failed to comply with safety measures at NW school
The commission has finalised its report into a fire that claimed the lives of three pupils at the North West School for the Deaf in August 2015.
Dangor: I was deliberately kept out of the loop on workstreams
The controversial workstreams were created by the minister to assist Sassa take over the payment of grants come April 2017.
Michael Komape: Section 27 hopes govt accounts for failure to build safe toilets
The High Court in Polokwane has been hearing final arguments on the amount of damages Komape's family should receive for pain and suffering.