Reports: Russian delegation met with Zuma before Cabinet reshuffle
The 'Sunday Times' is reporting that the instruction given to Zuma from this so-called top team is that he speed up and conclude a multibillion dollar nuclear deal with the Russians.
Ramaphosa: We all have role to play in order for SA to move forward
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says just by merely educating people potential and capability are unlocked.
Ramaphosa: SA now known for being the capital of corruption
Ramaphosa says South Africa is no longer a rainbow nation but a country that’s been captured by certain interests.
Ramaphosa calls for SA to fight state capture being the norm
Ramaphosa says if state capture becomes the norm, then South Africa is really a banana republic.
Gauteng taxi strike called off amid talks with govt officials
The National Taxi Alliance was set to march to deliver a memorandum of grievances to the Department of Transport and the Presidency.
Dudu Myeni removed as SAA chair - report
In August, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba extended Myeni’s contract as chairperson saying his decision was above board.
Chamber of Mines worried by violence in mining communities
The chamber says in recent weeks there have been several killings, many of them hits on trade unionists, on the western side of the platinum belt in Rustenburg.
SACP: Zuma doesn't understand concept of reason anymore
The SACP says that it will consider what measures it must take for the African National Congress (ANC) to take it seriously, following the latest Cabinet reshuffle.
Cabinet doesn’t belong to Zuma, says SACP
The SACP says many of President Jacob Zuma’s actions can’t be defended by the party.
SACP: Reshuffle a declaration of war
SACP's Solly Mapaila says they believe President Jacob Zuma has specifically targeted Blade Nzimande in his Cabinet reshuffle.
Gauteng dept to meet with Eldorado Park residents over child safety
The committee’s Dereleen James says the children are now in a place of safety but still need medical attention.
Strike at Mango Airlines set to continue
Over 100 pilots and other flight crew affiliated to the union are demanding an 8.5% wage hike.
Media Monitoring: Zuma misses deadline to oppose SABC board application
The SABC currently does not have a board after the broadcaster’s interim board concluded its work in September.
Dept says children rescued from Eldorado Park drug den in place of safety
It’s understood, the children between the ages of one month and nine-years-old were found by community members at the drug den.
Mango: 25% of flight affected by wage strike
Over 100 workers affiliated to trade union Solidarity are demanding an 8.5% wage hike while the employer is offering 6%.
20 children stung by bees in Amazimtoti school
Paramedics say they arrived at the school and were lead to the hall where the children were waiting for medical attention.
NSPCA considering private prosecution against Modise in animal cruelty case
Back in 2014, the organisation received a tip-off that animals had been abandoned on a farm belonging to the chairperson of the National Council of Provinces in the North West.
Repair costs for Gauteng, KZN storms at least R16m
The Department of Public Works says it’s working to finalise the cost of fixing almost 30 buildings in KZN, which include 17 state-owned facilities.