Ilze-Marie Le Roux
Striking NHLS staff: Authorities undermining us
The National Health Laboratory Service claims its coffers are almost empty because it's owed billions of rands by various Health departments.
Audit reveals 13 firearms missing from Mthatha police station
This is the second such incident in the province this year. In March, dozens of firearms were taken from the Peddie police station.
PIC warns further credit rating downgrades highly likely
The PIC is of the view that the probability of more downgrades for rand denominated debt to junk status remains high.
Gigaba: Downgrades had minimal impact on Govt Pension Fund
However, Malusi Gigaba says the Public Investment Corporation has warned the probability of more downgrades for rand denominated debt into junk territory remains high.
National Health and Laboratory Services' Nehawu workers down tools
The Union's Khaya Xaba says the demonstration will continue until Thursday unless some all of their demands are met.
EMS staff on strike in parts of EC
In the interim, the department has roped in assistance from the private sector.
Tax law changes for SA expats could see emigration increase, warn experts
Currently, South Africans working outside the country’s borders for more than 183 days are exempted from paying tax to their home country.
Numsa to decide on strike action in engineering sector
They are demanding a 15% increase, while employers are offering a hike of between 5% and 6%.
Sasbo, African Bank reach agreement to avoid retrenchments
Sasbo approached the CCMA to intervene in the bank's reported restructuring plans which considered forced retrenchments.
140,000 Numsa members threaten strike
The union is demanding a 15% increase, while employers are offering between 5 and 6%.
Sarb to act swiftly on repo rate if outlook deteriorates
The reserve bank has further revised the country's growth outlook downwards from 1% to 0.5%, a decision brought on by the recession.
Economists predict Sarb repo rate cut the first of many
The Reserve Bank surprised economists on Thursday by lowering the repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.75%.
Guptas: Allegations against us a smear campaign
The embattled family has responded to a BBC news report on allegations that they are embroiled in state capture in South Africa.
Lesetja Kganyago: Sarb independence not under threat
Concerns had been raised around meddling after Busisiwe Mkhwebane recently recommended a change in the bank's mandate.
‘DA, Bell Pottinger can appoint other parties to support respective cases’
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) is investigating a complaint by the opposition party that Bell Pottinger stirred racial tensions in South Africa.
Guptas deny links to white monopoly capital campaign
Gupta spokesperson Gary Naidoo has condemned what he calls "political smears against the Guptas".
Fitch raises red flags over Gigaba's 14-point plan
Fitch says the points outlined in the plan are 'unlikely' to significantly boost economic growth.
Economists expect repo rate to remain unchanged
The repo rate has been left unchanged since March last year.