Zuma holds off on Zim visit after meeting Mnangagwa
President Jacob Zuma was due to visit the country on Wednesday in his capacity as SADC chair.
Dirco: No request for asylum in SA for Mugabe
Parliamentarians have praised Zimbabwe for the way it’s handled the political crisis without violence or bloodletting.
City of CT mayoral office spat reveals millions lost, tender irregularities
Patricia de Lille’s top aid has accused her of refusing to investigate the irregularities raised by forensic audits into tenders of the Transport and Urban Development Authority.
Radebe: No Plan B for social grant payments deal
Sassa is still determining the capabilities of the Post Office to deliver a wider range of services than previously suggested.
De Lille accused of turning a blind eye to misconduct, irregularities
The allegations are contained in an affidavit by a top executive in her office Craig Kesson.
3 CT council execs given 7 days to give reasons not to be suspended
The council on Tuesday met behind closed doors to discuss disciplinary steps against them, relating to alleged tender irregularities.
Panel recommends Sassa officials be probed over roles in grant payment crisis
The panel, which is overseeing a process to migrate the social grant payment scheme, has delivered a second scathing report to the Constitutional Court on the agency’s handling of the situation.
Radebe: Sassa, Sapo agree to hybrid payment model for social grants
There’s still no firm agreement signed between Sassa and Sapo to take over the social grant payment system, but there appears to be commitments to use more of its services.
Social grant payments: Committee awaits progress report on Sassa-Sapo deal
A veil of secrecy has been thrown over talks that were expected to yield an outcome by Friday.
City of CT to hold special meeting over alleged tender irregularities
The meeting will be closed to the public to allow it to discuss whether to take disciplinary steps against two senior executives.
[EXCLUSIVE] City of CT to convene special meeting behind closed doors
The meeting has been set to discuss alleged tender irregularities related to major transport projects in the city.
CPS profit may have been understated by R614m - audit
The Alternative Information and Development Centre was asked to conduct the review based on financial statements submitted to the Constitutional Court in May.
Sassa, Post Office continue negotiations as deadline looms
Negotiations for an agreement that will see the Post Office take on the responsibility of social grant payments in the new year have been fractious.
Clock ticks amid Sassa, Post Office deal uncertainty
The Constitutional Court has also ordered that Sassa provide a panel of experts with all details of this agreement on Friday.
#StateCapture: Opposition told to have patience over judicial inquiry
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says there is ample evidence of state capture that needs to be investigated.
Ramaphosa on Pauw’s book: I've learned you should never muzzle media
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has confirmed that while he's reading the book, he is hesitant about attempts to muzzle the media.
'State capture inquiry best way of getting to bottom of truth'
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has once again reiterated government’s commitment to a Judicial Commission of Inquiry into state capture.
Kubayi-Ngubane: Govt working to ensure SA doesn't run out of water
Forecasts predict that the country will only receive its major rainfall from the beginning of January.