Govt: It would take R282bn to meet wage demands by unions
Unions are asking for double-digit increases of between 10 and 12% for employees on levels 4 to 12 in a single-year agreement.
Gigaba says Myeni may face charges if there's case against her
Malusi Gigaba says three forensic investigations reports highlight serious deficiencies in SAA’s internal controls, management and governance.
Mahlobo: Cabinet's decision on nuclear power still stands
Energy Minister David Mahlobo says he wants the revised integrated resource plan, which maps the country’s energy needs into the future, to go before Cabinet as soon as possible.
'There is no nuclear deal on table'
Energy Minister David Mahlobo says the procurement process will begin only once Cabinet approves the revised Integrated Resource Plan he’s been accused of rushing through.
Mahlobo wants new energy resource plan to go before Cabinet soon
The Energy Minister has hinted that the revised integrated resource plan will require less nuclear power in the mix than the 9.6 GW it initially called for.
Energy Minister Mahlobo to make first appearance before Parly energy committee
It will be Mahlobo’s first engagement with the committee since his appointment in President Jacob Zuma’s latest Cabinet reshuffle.
SAA bailouts could help fund anti-competitive behaviour, Parly told
A Wits University think-tank says that the national carrier has a history of abusing its market dominance to shut out competitors.
Cosatu ‘won’t support’ blank cheque from PIC to bail out SAA
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba announced in October that SAA is to be recapitalised with R10 billion to pay down loans and provide operating capital.
Handling of internal report on Gengezi Mgidlana sparks row among MPs
Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana faces disciplinary action relating to allegations of maladministration and abuse of power.
Zuma: Changing ministers is president's prerogative
President Jacob Zuma’s shuffled his Cabinet 12 times in seven years. Opposition members pressed him for his reasons during his last oral reply session in the NCOP on Thursday.
Zuma blames DA for his mounting legal fees
President Jacob Zuma says it’s unfair of the DA to take him to court and then complain about the size of his legal bill.
Zuma on Cabinet reshuffle: If you want to know, win elections
President Jacob Zuma has rebuffed opposition efforts to get him to give the reasons for his 12th Cabinet reshuffle in October.
'It's too early to arrive at any firm conclusion on Zimbabwe'
For his last oral reply sessions for this year, President Jacob Zuma is back in Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
Zuma, Ramaphosa to face questions on Cabinet reshuffle in Parly
President Jacob Zuma will face questions in the NCOP while his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa will be answering questions in the National Assembly.
'Africa needs multifaceted strategy to achieve economic growth'
Economist professor Joe Stiglitz says Africa can achieve the same economic growth that was enjoyed by East Asian countries.
Zim crisis could hinder SA’s efforts to restore economic confidence
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has highlighted turning around low confidence levels as the cheapest way of re-igniting economic growth.
MPs debate new revenue bill, lambast Zuma for ‘undermining budget process’
The Division of Revenue Amendment Bill contains the new funding allocations for national, provincial and local government tabled by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba last month.
Zuma meets with ministers, premiers & mayors at council meetings
President Jacob Zuma’s convened meetings of both the president’s coordinating council and the presidential infrastructure coordinating commission.