PIC auditing head Nemagovhani tasked to dig into Ayo transaction
Lufuno Nemagovhani has told the PIC commission of inquiry that he’s been tasked with investigating this R4.3 billion investment which resulted in two suspensions on Tuesday.
PIC board chair Gungubele ready to share Ayo transaction report with commission
The R4.3 billion investment in Iqbal Surve's Ayo Technologies company by the PIC was flagged as controversial for some time, prompting an internal investigation.
Flouting of governance, approval processes led to suspension of PIC execs
The PIC released a statement about the reasons behind the suspension of Fidelis Madavo and Victor Seanie.
[WATCH LIVE] Mpati, Marcus get PIC inquiry underway
President Cyril Ramaphosa signed off on a wide-reaching judicial commission of inquiry last year after the PIC became the focus of persistent reports about alleged impropriety and dubious investments.
Inquiry into PIC governance, corruption to begin today
The inquiry into the PIC will examine governance, corruption and mismanagement issues going as far back as 2015.
Thunderstorms & strong winds expected in Gauteng today
Residents and motorists have been urged to be cautious.
Zimbabweans protest in Pretoria: 'Mnangagwa and his abusive regime must go'
Zimbabweans took to the streets on Monday, following the announcement of a petrol price hike by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Key witness due to testify at state capture inquiry dies
Mark van der Riet, a scientist charged with checking Eskom’s coal quality, was suspended after blowing the whistle on alleged corruption by the Gupta family.
State capture inquiry resumes today
The commission will again get stuck into unravelling the network of grand corruption which plagued the government and some state-owned companies.
ICTA advises members & travellers to avoid Zimbabwean borders
The International Cross-Border Traders Association says it still needs to assess whether it is safe for travellers to embark on their trips.
President Ramaphosa launches ANC's 2019 elections manifesto
The ANC president has acknowledged that for several years, investment in the economy both by government and business has stagnated, stifling growth and job creation.
Law enforcement authorities praised for rhino horn bust at OR Tambo
At least 36 pieces of rhino horn, worth about R23 million, were found this week during a K9 search at several cargo warehouses.
City of Tshwane: 'Pastor Bushiri's church must comply with safety code'
This follows the recent stampede at the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church that claimed the lives of three women and injured many congregants.
Political analyst bemoans lack of anger over postponement of Pule Mabe's hearing
ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe is currently on leave after the party initiated the disciplinary process following accusations of sexually harassing his 26-year-old assistant.
Ramaphosa's Eskom task team loses another member
Sy Gourrah resigned reportedly because her company does a lot of work with Eskom and she asked to be recused as soon as her appointment was announced.
SAHRC warns of repercussions if probe finds discrimination at NW school
Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke has been accused of racism after a photo went viral of black and white pupils made to sit in different groups.
Voter registration next big step for IEC as it gears up for 2019 elections
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) says it is more than ready for the upcoming elections because plans from 18 months ago are now beginning to come to fruition.
Dros rape accused Nicholas Ninow due back in court next month
Nicholas Ninow has been admitted to the Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital where he'll be assessed by four health professionals, three psychiatrists as well as a psychologist.