Pandor: Africa must take collective accountability for xenophobic attacks
Minister Naledi Pandor has delayed her trip to the united nations to meet diaspora civil society organizations in Pretoria to find solutions to the violence.
Medical Schemes suspends 5 execs over irregularities claims
This after medical professionals labelled the regulator a toothless watchdog at the Section 59 Inquiry into allegations of racial profiling.
Tiso editor Ranjeni Munusamy on special leave after state capture claims
Hawk's investigator Kobus Roelofse said this revelation came while he was investigating claims of corruption at Crime Intelligence and a vehicle dealership called Atlantis Motors in Pretoria.
Zondo Inquiry: Witness corroborates claims Mthethwa got home upgrades from CI
Earlier this year, former KZN Hawks boss Johan Booysen led the same evidence at the state capture commission.
Trevor Manuel apologises to Judge Brian Mashile
Manuel denigrated judge Brian Mashile’s order for the insurer to reinstate axed CEO Peter Moyo.
Richard Mdluli was a law unto himself, says Kobus Roelofse
Former Crime Intelligence officer Kobus Roelofse said he and other investigators expressed their frustration over the years, but nothing was done.
Ex-Crime Intelligence official 'threatened' over testimony, Zondo Inquiry hears
Former Crime Intelligence official Kobus Roelofse said he had received what he believed were threats to not testify at the state capture commission.
Placement of Kagisano-Molopo Municipality under administration set aside
Kagisano-Molopo Local Municipality was one of eight that were put under administration by Premier Job Mokgoro a year ago.
Radebe, Mbatha start mission to mend relations between SA, African countries
The pair together with ambassador Kingsley Mamabolo have been appointed envoys by President Cyril Ramaphosa following weeks of violence against foreign nationals in the country.
Zondo Inquiry adjourns after hearing legal team ditched witness Peter Thabethe
Peter Thabethe was expected to lead more evidence at the state capture commission on the Vrede dairy farm.
Manuel: Board’s decision to sack Moyo was unanimous
Trevor Manuel says the board is unanimous that Moyo must go and the Johannesburg High Court ruling that reinstated him will be challenged.
Numsa: Motor sector must provide transport for late-shift workers to fight GBV
Numsa said the union was locked in talks with the motor sector to provide safe transportation for workers so that they can reduce the risk of sexual violence, but the sector was delaying reaching a decision.
Manuel takes swipe at court after ruling on Moyo’s reinstatement
Visibly irritated, Trevor Manuel addressed a media briefing on Friday, saying the company would appeal the ruling.
Water department hopes for early summer rains
Figures released this week show a decline in levels around the country due to the winter season.
JSE CEO Newton-King promises GBV protesters a reply within 7 days
Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) CEO Nicky Newton-King received their memorandum in Sandton earlier on Friday.
DWS: Low water levels in Lesotho won't affect Gauteng water supply
Low water levels in the Lesotho Highlands water project dams have reduced supply to Gauteng but officials said there was no cause for concern just yet.
Old Mutual: Peter Moyo’s dismissal stands, he cannot return to work
Old Mutual has denied reports that it is backing down on litigation with fired CEO Peter Moyo.
Motsoeneng: I deserved bigger kickbacks for rescuing SABC, MultiChoice deal
Hlaudi Motsoeneng maintained he negotiated the best deal for the SABC with MultiChoice and deserved the kickbacks he received for raising funds as COO.