Nxasana: Others need to be questioned about payout
The Constitutional Court has found that former President Jacob Zuma's decision to remove Nxasana as the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) was an abuse of power and unconstitutional.
Numsa: Eskom senior management should be fired, not workers
Wage negotiations between unions and the power utility have broken down with Eskom demanding striking workers face disciplinary action.
Radovan Krejcir describes prison conditions as 'inhuman'
Krejcir says there's a conspiracy against him involving a top politician's son and a number of other people, including senior police officials.
[EXCLUSIVE] Radovan Krejcir claims major conspiracy to keep him behind bars
Krejcir and his two co-accused, Desai Luphondo and Jan Lefu Mofokeng, as well as three others, were convicted in 2015 on charges relating to the kidnapping and torture of a man.
Report: Hawks to probe Anoj Singh over suspicious transactions
Singh’s cash purchase of a R6 million home in a Durban suburb reportedly forms part of a series of suspicious transactions that Treasury has asked the Hawks to investigate.
Mantashe urges Implats to reconsider restructuring plans
Impala Platinum announced its plans to will slash 13,000 jobs over the next two years as it grapples with rising costs and weak prices for the precious metal.
Impala Platinum warns of further job losses if restructuring plan fails
South Africa’s platinum industry is grappling with rising costs and weak prices for the precious metal.
Impala Platinum says could sell some of its operations
The mining company announced restructuring plans today that that could lead to thousands of jobs losses.
SABC: Our financial battles nothing new
'The Star' newspaper is reporting that the national broadcaster's cash flow issues are now affecting service providers, referring to a letter which confirms they won't be paid for the month of July.
Two new JMPD officers arrested for alleged bribery
The officers were seen receiving money in the Joburg CBD on Tuesday from a motorist who had an expired license.
Number of discouraged work seekers rises
Stats SA released the quarterly labour force survey for the second quarter which shows that the official unemployment rate has increased by 0.5% compared to the first quarter of this year.
Eskom can't guarantee power supply security amid intimidation at power stations
The utility says coal trucks have been hijacked and employees have been intimidated at the entrance of several stations starting at its Duvha operation in Mpumalanga.
Eskom: Coal truck hijacked, employees intimidated at some power stations
It's understood that some workers are unhappy about the ongoing dispute between Eskom and unions about bonus payments.
South Africans urged to join protest against rising fuel prices
The Democratic Alliance, Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) and taxi associations will call on government to decrease the price of fuel by at least R1.
Concourt to hear Mkhwebane’s personal costs order challenge
In February, the High Court in Pretoria ordered Mkhwebane to pay 15% of the Reserve Bank's legal costs from her own pocket after the bank challenged her findings in the Absa/Bankorp report.
Gordhan: Firms implicated in state capture must return money that's due to Eskom
The minister was responding to the power utility's annual financial results released on Monday which showed R2.3 billion loss over the past financial year compared to R900 million profit the previous period.
Eskom blames previous leadership, governance for financial woes
The power utility released its annual financial results on Monday, saying the focus this year has been on cleaning up and stabilising the company.
Eskom's R2.3bn net loss: 'Damage cannot be fixed overnight'
The company has released its annual results which show the difficult financial situation the parastatal is in.