Ilze-Marie Le Roux
Sibanye-Stillwater retrenches 2,000 workers at Cooke operations
The group says that after extensive discussions and assessments, it had no choice but to follow through with the retrenchments.
[WATCH] CT's dam levels remain low
The city's rainy season is over and dam levels remain low at just over 31%.
CT average dam levels remain low at just over 31%
With various technologies and measures being used to prevent Cape Town's taps running dry, dam levels remain critically low.
UCT suspends classes again following protest action
The university's Elijah Moholola says that the institution has taken the decision to halt activities due to safety concerns.
CPUT says campus not militarised
The acting vice chancellor Chris Nhlope briefed the media on what he calls an unprecedented crisis at the institution.
Fitch: Mahlobo appointment sends mixed signals on SA nuclear programme
While Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba indicated that we don't have enough money for the project, Fitch says it seems that government is still pushing for the project to go ahead with the new Energy Minister driving the process.
UCT suspends classes for 2 days
The institution says the decision was taken primarily to ensure the safety of students and staff amid disruptive behaviour.
Fitch issues worrying statement after medium-term budget
Fitch is reading a lack of official steps on how govt plans to curb spending or raise revenue as a sign of deep disagreement within ANC.
CPUT spent R30m on security over past 3 months
Violent student protests over a range of issues have been sporadic over the past few months.
Analysts criticise Gigaba for indecisiveness over ailing SOEs
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba revealed that government is still planning to sell its stake in Telkom to aid ailing parastatals such as South African Airways (SAA).
Economists warn of further credit downgrades after MTBPS
Market analyst Azar Jammine says Gigaba has done little to appease the agencies.
Economists concerned mid-term budget will fail to allay ratings agencies fears
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivered his inaugural mini-budget in Parliament on Wednesday afternoon.
Experts: Gigaba’s mid-term budget address disappointing & bleak
National Treasury is walking a tightrope, balancing South Africa’s books in a low economic growth environment.
12 Apostles Hotels evacuated, as vegetation fire continues
Roads have been closed in the vicinity of a vegetation fire between Camps Bay and Llandudno.
Gordon’s Bay man arrested for airline ticket fraud worth R500k
Chandra Yadav allegedly told clients he could purchase discounted tickets on their behalf in exchange for cash payments.
Fire crews battle Blackheath building fire
The cause of the blaze is unclear at this stage and no injuries have been reported.
Presidency yet to receive formal request for SANDF deployment
As commander-in-chief of the SANDF, President Jacob Zuma has the final say in terms of soldier deployment.
Emergency services monitoring Oudekraal fire
The blaze broke out near residential properties in Oudekraal on Wednesday.