ANC calls on mining sector to avoid job cuts
Some mining companies have over the past three months announced that they will be retrenching workers.
Zanu-PF files legal papers in response to MDC Alliance poll results challenge
Zanu-PF is arguing that the main opposition has no grounds to challenge president-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory.
Mantashe vows to confront Minerals Council over job losses
Minister Mantashe says mining companies should find ways they could optimise production and not run to cutting jobs.
Look for other options before retrenching, Mantashe tells mines
This follows Gold Field's announcement on Tuesday morning that it may shed at least 1,500 jobs.
ANC NEC: Expropriation without compensation 'not electioneering slogan'
The committee says land expropriation without compensation should be discussed thoroughly in Parliament before decisions are made.
Gold Fields shares down by 6% after job cuts announcement
As part of its plan, the bullion producer warns its likely to cut around 1,100 jobs. That’s about 30% of its workforce.
Eskom warns of loadshedding risk for Tuesday
Spokesperson Dikatso Mothae says that the recent protests created a power backlog.
Gautrain expects full resumption of services after strike ends
The parties reached an agreement earlier on Monday including an 8% wage hike, and a minimum wage entry level of R8,500.
Fedusa pleased with Gautrain wage talks outcome
Earlier on Monday, it was announced that the three-week long strike had come to an end.
Gautrain strike over
The three-week long Gautrain strike has come to an end after the company reached an agreement with workers.
DA criticises ANC’s timing on referring Qedani Mahlangu to integrity committee
Mahlangu was called to testify at the Esidimeni arbitration hearings which investigated the unnecessary deaths of at least 144 psychiatric patients.
Outa wants Transnet execs prosecuted for alleged state capture roles
This comes as suspensions are reportedly on the cards from as early as next week for senior Transnet executives named in three reports on state capture.
ANC reacts to attempted assassination of Venezuelan President Maduro
The ANC has wished President Nicolás Maduro and the people of Venezuela strength during this time and the injured a speedy recovery.
Trio arrested for possession of explosives at Musina Border
The origin and destination of these explosives are still being determined.
Pandor: More black academics vital in achieving decolonised education
Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor says the achievement of fundamental change has continued to evade transformation at tertiary institutions.
Report: Senior Transnet execs could face suspension over state capture
The 'City Press' is reporting the current group CEO Siyabonga Gama and three others have been asked to give reasons why they should not be suspended.
Pandor urges Fort Hare University to ‘focus on students’ after strike
The institution signed a salary agreement with worker's union Nehawu, bringing an end a strike.
Parliament raises concern after attack on EC police station
Four men stormed the Kareedouw police station in the Eastern Cape on Saturday and held an off-duty officer to gunpoint.