Cele: Talking about crime threat posed by illegal foreigners is not xenophobia
The SAPS estimates that 9,000 illegal foreigners are detained every month, but it has no computerised system in place to confirm this.
Home Affairs seeks deadline extension on amending immigration law
In 2017, the court gave Parliament two years to amend immigration law to ensure illegal foreign nationals are brought before a court within 48 hours of arrest.
Alan Winde targets crime reduction in WC
DA's Western Cape premier candidate Alan Winde everything can only be achieved if crime is brought under control.
DA admits 2018 was a bad year, focuses on 2019
Despite a year-long public spat with Patricia de Lille and controversial statements by Helen Zille, the DA still hopes to continue on its growth path.
Maimane reiterates no to land expropriation without compensation
Maimane says his party wants people to own land and there should be no limits to the amount of holding.
Maimane: 'Use your vote to fire the govt that has been stealing from you'
Speaking to scores of blue-clad supporters at a packed rand stadium, DA leader Mmusi Maimane said the country’s liberators have failed them.
DA expects over 20,000 people at its manifesto launch
As the only party to have steadily grown its support since the 1994 elections, the party is hoping to repeat the trend in the May elections.
Eskom engineers, personnel under the microscope after #LoadShedding
This follows a meeting with representatives from the Engineering Council who have volunteered their services to fix the problems at Eskom.
Opposition parties blame ANC for Eskom crisis
The National Freedom Plus and Freedom Front Plus believe a brain drain is to blame for the company’s problems.
MPs pass motion to dissolve Parliament
The dissolution is a technicality and does not affect Parliament from concluding unfinished business when it is due to rise on 20 March.
'You want money from us, we'll put you under curatorship,' Mboweni warns SABC
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says the fiscus will no longer be doling out money with no strings attached.
Grant for pensioners to increase to at least R1,780 monthly
The foster care grant goes up to R1,000 a month while the child support grant will increase to R420 in April, and further to R430 by October.
Cigarette price up R1.14, whisky up R4 per bottle, beer by 12c a can
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R69 billion set aside over three years to reconfigure Eskom
The cash-strapped power utility will get R69 billion over the next three years but under strict conditions.
Parly committee corrects error on National Minimum Wage Act
The amendment to the act aims to fix a cross-referencing mistake that will affect workers from challenging instances where benefits or working conditions were unilaterally changed.
National Assembly passes Carbon Tax Bill
Based on the polluter pays principle, companies which exceed the threshold of carbon emissions, will be charged R120 per ton of carbon dioxide emissions.
Oppenheimer assures Parly committee security now tighter at Fireblade terminal
There’s still no agreement between the Department of Home Affairs and the Oppenheimer's aviation company, Fireblade, regarding the provision of immigration services at its private terminal at OR International Airport.
Ramaphosa seeks to bring labour on board over plans to unbundle Eskom
President Ramaphosa says the government will be meeting with labour in the coming days to thrash out their concerns and he’s hoping it will be a collaborative process.