Mthethwa wants improperly disbursed COVID relief funds for artists recouped
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Monday released results of a forensic investigation into how the R300 million Presidential Employment Stimulus package earmarked for those in the creative sector was irregularly distributed.
Mthethwa: 5 NAC members implicated in R300 million funding bungle
The money was meant to create employment and retain initiatives for artists and others in the cultural sector affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Makhura: Matongo still had much to offer to the people of Johannesburg
The Gauteng Premier was speaking at the funeral service for the late Mayor of Johannesburg, Jolidee Matongo, on Friday.
Jolidee Matongo was a loving and caring husband, says wife at funeral
Family, friends and colleagues gathered at the Finetown Hall in Johannesburg on Friday to pay their final respects to Matongo.
Gauteng govt set to mark Heritage Day at Cradle of Humankind
The Cradle of Humankind is one of the world’s most important heritage sites - the area has produced an enormous amount of information about the origins of mankind.
GDE: More officials could face charges over school decontamination contracts
The department has laid criminal complaints against three senior managers as part of the recommendations by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU).
Frustrated ANC staff give up hope of being paid outstanding salaries
The party informed employees that it would once again not be able to pay their salaries for a third month in a row.
Joburg Water: High demand affecting water flow into some reservoirs
It said that this had resulted in taps running dry in several areas and that areas including Rabie Ridge, Ivory Park, Kensington B, and Bryanston had been experiencing supply issues.
ANC has no plan in place to pay outstanding salaries soon, say frustrated staff
With the ANC's financial problems deepening as the local government elections draw closer, party staff members said that they did not know how long they could endure the financial strain which had now resulted in them not receiving salaries for three consecutive months.
AfriForum to monitor Unisa's implementation of ConCourt ruling on Afrikaans
On Wednesday, the court ruled that the university had to change its language policy to include teaching and learning in Afrikaans by the start of the 2023 academic year.
NPA says it's ready to proceed with Ntuthuko Shoba's trial
He’s accused of the premeditated murder of his girlfriend who was found hanging from a tree in June last year.
Tshegofatso Pule’s family confident in NPA's case after Shoba denied bail again
Shoba’s third bail bid was dealt a blow in the High Court in Johannesburg earlier on Wednesday.
Tshegofatso Pule murder: Alleged mastermind Shoba loses third bail bid
Ntuthuko Shoba is accused of the premeditated murder of Pule, who was eight months pregnant and was found hanging from a tree in June last year.
Bathabile Dlamini perjury case postponed to October
The director of public prosecutions in Gauteng decided that Dlamini should be prosecuted for giving false evidence during an inquiry into her role in the social grants’ crisis.
Bathabile Dlamini due in court for perjury
Last month, the director of public prosecutions in Gauteng decided that Dlamini should be prosecuted for giving false evidence during an inquiry into her role in the social grants’ crisis.
Zuma questions the way state capture commission was established
He's questioned why then-Public Protector Thuli Madonsela failed to hand over the investigation to her predecessor Busisiwe Mkhwebane but instead recommended that a commission be set up.
Black health practitioners demand interventions to end racial profiling
An interim report released by Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi earlier this year found that Discovery, Medscheme and Gems had been unfairly classifying black health professionals as likely to commit fraud.
Black health workers march against discrimination by medical aid schemes
The group of black health practitioners under the banner ‘Solutionist Thinkers’ are marching in Midrand and have accused medical aid schemes of discriminating against them.