Mboweni confident SA’s WEF delegation ‘did very well’
Mboweni was speaking at a media briefing in Davos, Switzerland where he has been leading a delegation of the country’s ministers and business people trying to sell South Africa as an investment destination.
ANC prepares to nominate acting speaker in troubled Tshwane council
Gauteng Local Government Minister Lebogang Maile suspended Mathebe for six months without pay and Johannesburg councillors Vasco da Gama for three months.
'Leave him alone!' Mboweni defends Motsepe over 'Africa loves Trump' quip
The African Rainbow Minerals CEO was caught on camera during a dinner at the World Economic Forum telling Trump that Africa loved him and America.
Don’t expect 'bag full of investments' from Davos, says Mboweni
Mboweni was speaking is Davos Switzerland, where he's leading a delegation of the country’s ministers and business people trying to sell South Africa as an investment destination.
Cosatu hits out at ‘war-obsessed’ Trump for ‘always smelling blood’
The trade union federation, together with the South African Communist Party, held a protest outside the US Embassy in Pretoria on Thursday.
Mashaba: Stop putting pressure on Maimane and I to 'get married'
Former Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he and Mmusi Maimane have been working on separate projects since they left the DA.
Mashaba: Maimane and I not planning to form political party together
The former Joburg mayor confirmed that his party would be formed by June and contest next year’s local government elections.
Ndabeni-Abrahams welcomes calls for probe into claims of using taxpayer's money
The 'Sunday Independent' reported that Ndabeni-Abrahams allegedly went on an office trip to the United States and Europe with her husband.
'Sorry to disappoint' - Ramaphosa says ANC lekgotla didn’t descend into chaos
It’s understood some party leaders wanted to use the meeting to discuss Pravin Gordhan’s capabilities as public enterprises minister.
Ndabeni-Abrahams says claims of her abusing taxpayers’ money devoid of truth
The ‘Sunday Independent’ reported at the weekend that Ndabeni-Abrahams allegedly went on an official trip to the United States and Europe with her husband.
Ramaphosa: ANC leaders agree to communicate as one voice
African National Congress (ANC) leaders have previously disagreed publicly on various issues, including the party’s policy on the nationalisation of the South African Reserve Bank.
Maimane: We’re recruiting small parties to join new political formation
Former Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba confirmed that the party would be formed by June and would contest next year’s local government elections.
After 'shocking discovery' of service delivery in NC, ANC promises to do better
Dlamini-Zuma said local government leaders in some parts of Kimberley seemed not to care and didn’t even try to address glaring concerns.
No deliberate delay in implementing policies, says Ramaphosa
Cyril Ramaphosa has often been accused of not having the appetite to implement some of the party’s radical policies to such as the nationalization of the Reserve Bank.
‘The return of the land will happen’, what the ANC promises supporters
In his delivery of the January 8 statement, ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa has promised an end to poverty, joblessness and accountability at local govt level.
Cosatu: Mabuza resignation ‘long overdue’, rest of board must follow
On Friday Jabu Mabuza resigned as Eskom board chair amid reports that Ramaphosa was misled about the period of load shedding.
Dark times at Eskom amid load shedding and Mabuza resignation
Eskom will implement load shedding from 9am on Saturday, a day after board chair Jabu Mabuza resigned over the utility's failure to meet its commitment of no load shedding until 13 January.
'Heads must roll’: Cosatu calls for sacking of Gordhan and Eskom board
Cosatu, which has long rang alarm bells about the future of Eskom under Pravin Gordhan’s leadership, is holding no bars and says the minister must go.