Cabinet throws its weight behind plan to unbundle Eskom
That’s in the wake of a week of blackouts that seemed to take everyone from analysts to government itself by surprise.
'The Scorpions are not back' - Ramaphosa
Responding to debate on his Sona, the president says the Scorpions are not back and they are merely setting up a special unit within the prosecuting body as allowed by the NPA Act.
Parly committee wants Cele to explain decision not to renew Ipid head's contract
Parliament’s police committee is meeting on Thursday to discuss the decision not to renew the contract of Ipid head Robert McBride.
EFF's Shivambu calls for inquiry to probe Ramaphosa 'sellout' claims
Floyd Shivambu’s comments came after Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota accused Ramaphosa of selling him out to the special branch back in the 70s.
Nugent: 'Leave Sars out of political battles'
Retired Judge Robert Nugent was briefing MPs on the findings and recommendations of the commission of inquiry he headed up to look into administration and governance at the revenue collector.
Judge Nugent tells MPs: Tom Moyane ‘had to go’ from Sars
Robert Nugent on Wednesday briefed the finance committee on what he calls the massive failure of governance at Sars under Tom Moyane.
SA must prepare for foreign investors, says Mantashe on Total gas discovery
Minister Gwede Mantashe was addressing Members of Parliament during the debate on President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address.
ANC’s Thoko Didiza to lead ad hoc committee on land expropriation
The ad hoc committee met for the time on Tuesday to elect a chairperson and decide on a programme for the committee.
16 gangs targeted, over 300 arrests made by anti-gang unit - Parly told
The anti-gang unit has made a number of positives strides in policing gangs since its inception with a number of arrests around the country.
MPs set to hear impact of Anti-Gang Unit in gang-plagued communities
The unit was formed in November 2018 to address rapidly rising organised crime rates in four provinces.
Ramaphosa tees off at Presidential Golf Challenge
Cyril Ramaphosa teed off Friday morning for a round of golf in the annual Presidential Golf Challenge at the Atlantic Beach Golf Estate, Melkbosstrand.
Hadebe ‘very happy’ with unbundling of Eskom
Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement in his State of the Nation Address (Sona) on Thursday night saying the utility will be broken up into three separate entities.
Sona ideal opportunity for Ramaphosa to clarify Bosasa payment, says DA
The DA says the Sona is the opportune time for the president to take the nation in his confidence and clarify the matter.
Cosatu: 'Ramaphosa must address possible job losses at SOEs'
Cosatu's concerns come as Eskom says it will meet with unions representing employees at its Megawatt Park head office in Johannesburg to discuss possible retrenchments and reports that the utility could be split.
Jackson Mthembu says Ramaphosa’s Sona will focus on unity
The ANC chief whip says the country is facing elections, and Ramaphosa must be able to tell South Africans what challenges it is facing.
#Sona2019: ANC interested in job creation, economic growth
When Cyril Ramaphosa takes centre stage in Parliament, his own party will be hoping for details on his plans to create jobs and grow the economy.
Parly’s police committee welcomes arrest of Agrizzi, ex-prison bosses
Five of the seven suspects have made their first court appearance in Pretoria on Wednesday afternoon and were each granted R20,000 bail.
What Cosatu expects from Ramaphosa's #Sona2019
Cosatu's spokesperson Mathew Parks says they are cautiously optimistic Ramaphosa can deliver on some issues if he’s given time to.