More details on PIC inquiry to be announced soon
The PIC invests around R2 trillion in assets on behalf of the government, but it has been beset by allegations of wrongdoing and dubious investment decisions.
Cele reveals chain of corruption in SA criminal justice system
He revealed on Thursday five South African Police Service members were arrested within 24 hours this week in connection with cash-in-transit heists.
Over 50 suspects arrested this year for cash heists
Police Minister Bheki Cele revealed the arrest of five South African Police Service (SAPS) members at Parliament on Wednesday.
Hawks reach out to Interpol for help with Steinhoff investigation
The retail giant’s share price collapsed after the abrupt resignation of its CEO Markus Jooste in December 2017 as details of suspected fraud emerged.
Report: Transnet CEO, 2 officials served with notices of intention to suspend
According to a report, the notices were served by the board earlier on Wednesday.
5 cops arrested in connection with cash heists - Cele
Police minister Bheki Cele told Parliament’s police oversight committee that the arrests were carried out in the past 24 hours.
Cele: Police had nothing to do with Duduzane Zuma’s leg-shackles
Police Minister Bheki Cele says this was done on the insistence of court officials.
Hawks: Over 130 witness statements obtained in Estina probe
Hawks head Godfrey Lebeya appeared before Parliament’s police committee to give a progress report on high-profile cases the Hawks are investigating.
Hawks head comes under fire in Parliament over state capture probe
He’s been briefing Parliament’s police committee on several high-profile cases the hawks are seized with as well as the scourge of illicit mining.
MPs hear of Gupta wedding invite competition, donations to NW schools
An application for the early naturalisation of Ajay Gupta and his family listed investments of R25 billion and donations to 76 North West schools.
Gigaba, former ministers could testify in Parly probe into Gupta naturalisation
The former ministers include Mangosuthu Buthelezi, and current Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.
Govt IT systems outage: Sita not ruling out sabotage
Sita CEO Dr Setumo Mohapi has apologised to South Africans for the inconvenience they suffered when Home Affairs was effectively paralysed for most of the day.
Parliament hears govt's entire IT system was affected by power outage
The head of the State Information Technology Agency has told Parliament the power outage that caused Home Affairs systems to shutdown triggered a "catastrophic event" that affected all of government.
ACDP: Companies must allow parental leave for male employees now
Labour Laws Amendment Bill, which provides for 10 days’ leave for fathers on the birth of their baby and 10 weeks for adoptive parents, was approved by NCOP committee.
Cosatu welcomes approval of labour bills by NCOP committee
The bills must now come before a plenary sitting of the NCOP for adoption and can then be sent to President Cyril Ramaphosa to be signed into law.
NCOP committee gives labour bills the green light
The committee agreed to the National Minimum Wage Bill, the Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Bill, the Labour Relations Amendment Bill and the Labour Laws Amendment Bill.
Cabinet expected to discuss proposal to redraft Expropriation Bill
Parliament passed the expropriation bill in May 2016, but then-president Jacob Zuma sent it back to the national legislature in February last year.
Legislation on assisted dying long overdue - Dignity SA
The draft National Health Amendment Bill has been drafted with the help of Dignity SA, which lobbies for the right of South Africans to die in a dignified way.