DA in hot water for compromising Mkhwebane's probe into Molefe payout
The Public Protector’s office says the DA revealed confidential information.
DA lays out reasons for wanting in on ConCourt bid to impeach Zuma
In an application to intervene in the EFF's case, DA says further investigation into Jacob Zuma’s conduct by Parliament is necessary.
City of CT ready to declutter Athlone Power Station towers for re-development
The city wants to retain all brick buildings, the coal store and brick smoke stacks, provided they are still structurally sound.
DA files application to intervene in EFF's case to impeach Zuma
The DA has filed a Constitutional Court application to intervene in the EFF’s impeachment case against President Jacob Zuma.
CT residents urged to reduce water consumption
The City of Cape Town has again urged residents to save water.
Capetonians exceed daily water consumption target by 143 million litres
Residents are also still exceeding the daily water consumption target of 500 million litres.
Sanco: We are happy Public Protector is probing Molefe's payout
Sanco says the Eskom board overstepped its mandate by agreeing to the pension and Minister Lynne Brown should have acted against them.
Building approvals fast-tracked following deadly Garden Route fires
Seven people were killed, thousands were evacuated and hundreds of properties were destroyed in fires in and around Knysna.
Political party funding: Submissions deadline today
A parliamentary ad hoc committee was established last month to consider whether such funding should be regulated.
Public Protector to probe Brian Molefe's pension payout
The Democratic Alliance had asked the Public Protector to probe the payout to Molefe.
Separate municipal entity to manage area around CT stadium?
In March the council approved the establishment of the entity which would be wholly owned by the city, in attempts to make the stadium more profitable.
Vavi drumming up support for Saftu in CT prior to launching structures
Zwelinzima Vavi is on a charm offensive in the Western Cape, as he looks to build a membership base of at least a million members by the end of 2017.
Zuma: I do not own property in Dubai
In a written response to Parliament, the president affirms he has no property outside of SA and that he’s never asked anybody to buy property abroad on his behalf.
Treasury not informed of decision to sell oil reserves
In a written reply to the EFF’s Floyd Shivambu, Treasury says it was not informed of the decision to sell the country’s oil reserves.
'Joemat-Pettersson knew process to sell oil reserves was procedurally flawed'
In May, Minister Mmamaloko Kubayi revealed to Parliament's Energy Committee the crude stocks had in fact been sold, and not rotated as earlier suggested by Tina Joemat-Pettersson.
Former fishing magnate Bengis (81) faces arrest again
Bengis pleaded guilty to illegally exporting West Coast rock lobster to the US in 2004, now he's been handed a 57-month sentence.
Govt to tighten screws on production, sale of malt and sorghum beer
It’s been a year since the government first mooted amendments to the Liquor Product Act that will tighten control over alcohol products, their composition and properties.
Traditional beer, other fermented beverages could soon be regulated
The new law is intended to make it easier to prosecute people who add contaminants to homemade concoctions.