Mabuza makes it clear that he supports Mboweni’s economic recovery plan
David Mabuza said there were extensive discussions both within the African National Congress and Cabinet about Tito Mboweni’s plan for economic recovery.
Mabuza: Govt can't afford to ignore advice of rating agencies
Deputy President David Mabuza said that government was working to address ratings agencies’ concerns about the country’s slow growth, burgeoning government debt and unstable state-owned entities.
Parliament unanimously approves dismissal of secretary Mgidlana for misconduct
Mgidlana has been on paid special leave since June 2017. A disciplinary committee found him guilty on a number of charges of serious misconduct and recommended in August that he be fired.
Parliament set to axe its secretary Gengezi Mgidlana for misconduct
Parliament’s presiding officers accepted the findings of the disciplinary committee in September, but both houses of Parliament had to endorse its findings in order to effect Mgidlana’s sacking.
Cabinet approves plan mapping SA’s energy mix for next 10 years
Thursday’s approval comes as the country enters its second day of stage 2 load-shedding imposed by Eskom following a loss of generating capacity.
Probe into Mandela funeral corruption to be completed in November - SIU head
The corruption-busting unit started its probe after a proclamation ordering this was issued last year.
Batohi admits anti-corruption task team has failed South Africans
The task team brought together law enforcement agencies as well as Sars and the Auditor-General and was set up nearly a decade ago to deal more speedily with high-profile corruption cases.
Rules governing the SIU's Special Tribunal to be gazetted on Friday
The SIU has civil cases involving nearly R14 billion waiting to come before the tribunal, which is chaired by Judge Mlindelwa Makhanya.
Batohi: Criminal justice system has huge problems
While the NPA has scored high conviction rates, its boss Shamila Batohi said she agreed with Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng that this should not be used as a yardstick.
Batohi defends hotel stays, flights for NPA investigative unit head
Advocate Shamila Batohi revealed that the NPA had spent just over R304, 000 on accommodating Advocate Hermione Cronje’s regular commutes between Pretoria and Cape Town, but she said it was all above board.
MPs pay tribute to outgoing AFU head Advocate Willie Hofmeyr
Hofmeyr turns 65 next month and in terms of public service rules, he cannot remain in the position beyond the end of November.
Budgetary constraints to blame for vacant posts at NPA - Batohi
On Tuesday, the NPA head led a delegation that briefed Parliament’s justice oversight committee on the NPA’s annual report.
Govt not in the business of selling power stations, says Ramaphosa
Disposing of ageing coal-fired plants is one of the suggestions in the Economic Strategy document.
'Electricity behemoth' Eskom needs to be modernised, says Ramaphosa
The president said the private sector would play a key role in Eskom’s overhaul but said the state would remain in charge.
Ramaphosa: The boycott culture is over, let's use paying to take SA forward
President Cyril Ramaphosa told the NCOP on Thursday that while rent and other boycotts helped bring down apartheid, that time was over.
It's all systems go for 2019 matric final exams, says Education Dept
The Department of Basic Education on Thursday said it was confident everything was in place for successful matric exams and the department was cautiously optimistic this would translate into an improved pass rate.
Ramaphosa: Many of Mboweni's economic growth reforms being implemented
He addressed the first sitting of his Presidential Economic Advisory Council at Tuynhuys in Cape Town on Wednesday.
Strict conditions set before Eskom gets a R59bn boost
Treasury officials on Wednesday detailed a raft of conditions the debt-ridden power utility must meet at a joint meeting of Parliament’s standing and select committees on appropriations, which are considering the bill.