Govt to give more clarity on land expropriation without compensation
The Public Works Ministry is working on adding a section to the Expropriation Bill that will cover the circumstances under which land expropriation can take place.
Sars breached law over management bonuses, again - report
The fresh breach took place while Tom Moyane was still in charge at Sars before his suspension earlier this year.
NSFAS receives qualified audit from Auditor-General
Kimi Makwetu’s highlighted ineffective internal controls that saw NSFAS overspend by more than half a billion rand on student loan and bursary agreements.
Gordhan: Financial reports for SAA, SA Express, Denel won't be tabled on time
The reports were due to be submitted by the end of September – within six months of their financial year ending on 31 March.
Nene: More than half of municipal managers, CFOs not properly qualified for jobs
Nene says that he will be issuing new regulations giving officials 18 months to from their date of appointment to obtain the relevant competency levels.
SABC must make its cost-cutting plans public - DA
The SABC said last week it had done all it could to cut costs and is now looking at other measures, including the possibility of retrenchments.
Eskom investigating violence, intimidation cases related to wage strike
Responding in writing to a parliamentary question from Congress of the People leader Mosiuoa Lekota, Pravin Gordhan provides details of 16 cases referred to police for further investigation.
'Haven’t we paid enough for Mr Zuma already?'
Jacob Zuma’s pension package has drawn the fury of opposition parties, who say he doesn’t deserve it.
Radebe: Outlook for fuel prices in October of major concern
The government forked out R500 million this month to cap at five cents an expected R1,25 a litre petrol increase.
Former President Jacob Zuma to continue earning R2.98m a year
The approval of the recommendations of the Independent Commission for the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers means Zuma will continue to earn 100% of his salary of R2.98 million a year.
Mabuza: Govt to host national gender summit
Deputy President David Mabuza says #TheTotalShutdown movement’s call for a national gender summit has been heard.
Strong call for chicken to be zero-rated from VAT
Parliament’s Finance Committee is hearing responses to the recommendations made by the expert panel on zero-rated VAT items.
Ramaphosa: No reason to impose sanctions on SA over land reform
President Ramaphosa says most South Africans back an orderly process of land reform.
‘No Eskom assets put up as security in China loan’
President Cyril Ramaphosa gave some details of the terms of the R33 billion loan while answering questions from the National Council of Provinces on Tuesday afternoon.
Lifestyle audits: There'll be no exceptions - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa says everyone, including himself, will undergo lifestyle audits with the possibility of rolling the system out across all spheres of government in the future.
Motshekga slams R7.2bn cut to school infrastructure budget
The cut is part of a plan to reduce government spending by R85 billion over the next three years, mainly to help finance fee-free higher education.
Ajay Gupta’s lawyer wants opportunity to cross-examine witnesses
The commission is hearing applications on Thursday by implicated parties who want to cross-examine those who have already testified.
MPs order Hawks, NPA to speed up Steinhoff probe
Committee chairperson Yunus Carrim on Wednesday told former CEO Markus Jooste he was portraying himself as the 'Mother Theresa' of Steinhoff.