Ilze-Marie Le Roux
WC urges more volunteers to become ‘safety parents’
Children are placed with safety parents for a number of reasons, including neglect, being orphaned, a lack of visible support for the child and abuse.
Universities suspend academic activities amid fee protests
All activities at several universities have been suspended following fee protests around the country.
#Fees2017: Fort Hare University announces 0% fee increase
There have been protests around the country after students rejected the 8% cap on fee increment.
Stellenbosch University peaceful after 2017 fee increment announcement
Nzimande today announced it'll be up to universities to decide their fee increases for the 2017 academic year.
Higher Education Ministry calls for calm amid fees hike debates
Mduduzi Manana made the appeal during a debate on university funding in the National Assembly yesterday.
Gordhan: I've not been captured by Guptas, recession in SA unlikely
Minister Gordhan responded to questions in a question and answer session in Parliament today.
JHB water restrictions: Hefty fines to come for those who don’t comply
The restrictions will apply from this month as authorities try to reduce consumption by 15 percent.
Reports: Denmark’s Jyske Bank withdrawns financial support for Eskom
The bank raised concerns in relation to governance shortly after Futuregrowth's move to do the same.
Status of SA's State Owned Enterprises may result in further loss of funders
Futuregrowth shocked markets with plans to cut lending money to six state owned entities.
1 dead, 11 hospitalised after taxi transporting matric pupils overturns in CT
Paramedics say when they arrived on the scene, they found the taxi overturned on the M3 in Claremont.
ANC condemns violence following mayoral candidate announcement
The violence broke out after Thoko Didiza was announced as the ANC’s mayoral candidate for Tshwane.
Economists hope rand will stabilise following S&P decision
The rand made some gains after the agency kept its rating at BBB-minus, with a negative outlook.
‘There needs to be a collective effort to improve the economy’
Pravin Gordhan says government is working to turn the economy around but this must be a collective effort.
Plans in place to help SA economy avoid later downgrade - Gordhan
Standard & Poor's global has cited government spending as key to improving economic growth.
Gordhan: Ratings decision is a good start to improving SA's economy
Pravin Gordhan says while there’s a lot to be done to grow the economy, SA is moving in the right direction.
Has government done enough to avoid junk status?
S&P will today tell government today whether enough has been done to avoid SA being downgraded.
Dlamini calls on workers to defend the trade union federation
S’dumo Dlamini says Cosatu has stood the test of time and will defeat organisations trying to destroy it.
Zuma: The struggle for workers continues
Jacob Zuma says 22 years after South Africa’s democracy, the struggle continues for the working class.