SAA awaits Mboweni announcement on when it will receive rest of R21bn bailout
SAA spokesperson Tladi Tladi says the money is crucial to ensure the airline’s survival.
SAA secures R3.5bn to keep it afloat until June, still needs more
In order to implement its three-year turnaround plan, SAA says it needs a total bailout of R21.7 billion from government.
Ramaphosa calls on SSA to recommit itself to serving people of SA
The State Security Agency was plagued with challenges after the merging of domestic and foreign intelligence gathering services during former President Jacob Zuma’s tenure.
Ramaphosa: ‘Report detailing SSA’s challenges to be published soon’
The Presidency has announced that the 10-member panel appointed by President Ramaphosa in 2018 to review the agency has completed its work.
MTN denies paying bribes to secure Iranian cellphone licence
Turkcell has accused MTN of paying bribes to South African and Iranian officials to secure the multibillion-dollar contract.
Sentencing of Seshego pastor (57) who raped two girls postponed
Pastor James Thobakgale's sentencing was postponed in Seshego earlier on Friday due to medical reasons.
Former SA ambassador to Iran granted bail in corruption case
Yusuf Saloojee, who appeared briefly in a Johannesburg court on charges of corruption, was granted bail of R4,000.
Ahmed Kathrada Foundation urges leaders to focus on SA's current problems
The foundation was referring to recent statements by Cope leader Mosioua Lekota and the SACP's Solly Mapaila.
Sibanye-Stillwater says situation dire as it looks to restructure
Sibanye has warned that close to 6,000 miners are in danger of losing their jobs after it recorded losses worth R1 billion at its gold operations in 2018.
6 people missing after fishing vessel catches fire at Durban Harbour
Rescue Care's Garrith Jamieson said in a statement the fire which broke out on Thursday afternoon has since been extinguished.
NUM ready to fight retrenchments at Sibanye-Stillwater
The company announced on Thursday that over 6,000 jobs are on the line as part of its restructuring operation.
Kathrada foundation condemns Lekota & Mapaila’s ‘historical distortions’
The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation’s Zaakirah Vadi dismissed the comments by both by men as unwarranted and dangerous.
Cosatu calls for govt, Eskom to suspend IPP contract
These demands formed part of their memorandum handed over to Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe at the nationwide mass action on Wednesday.
Ramaphosa sabotaged by Eskom’s executive, says Cosatu’s Losi
The Cosatu leader addressed thousands of members outside the Durban City Hall after they marched through the CBD on Wednesday.
Cosatu: Strike to ensure Mboweni's budget speech includes views of labour
The labour federation is holding several marches across the country in against unemployment the current wave of retrenchments and income inequality.
Cosatu calls on all employees to join Wednesday's national strike
The federation aims to bring productivity both in the public and private sector to a standstill.
Load shedding could continue until April, warns Eskom
The power utility says it was forced to implement stage two load shedding on Sunday because of capacity problems.
Court slams Parks Tau for defaming Herman Mashaba
Herman Mashaba brought a lawsuit against Parks Tau for what has been described as the "crude and shameful comments" he made alleging Mashaba was sexist and anti-black.