Mathunjwa set to return as Amcu president after uncontested nomination
Union officials said Joseph Mathunjwa and all other national leaders have been nominated uncontested as Amcu's elective congress gets under way.
Amcu elective congress expected to pave way for new leadership
Although the union’s officials have been mum about whether leadership positions were being contested, the congress’s draft programme made provision for elections.
Lamola lashes parole board for not consulting victims on Bob Hewitt's parole
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has taken the Correctional Supervision and Parole Board’s decision to grant parole to convicted rapist Bob Hewitt on review.
PSC blames media coverage for drop in whistleblowers coming forward
The commission runs the anti-corruption hotline an anonymous service, which records complaints by public servants.
Parly police committee calls for review of policing after crime stats
The committee said it’s unacceptable that there’s a general increase in crime every year, but no cutting-edge strategies to fight it.
PSC: Govt departments' failures to pay suppliers damaging economy
In its recent report on the state of the public service between April and June this year, the Public Service Commission (PSC) found that billions of rand provisioned for in budgets were owed to suppliers.
Saftu, Numsa threaten mass protests over new labour laws
The federation and its affiliate, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) are opposed to the laws which are geared at easing labour relations between employers and workers.
Numsa, Saftu to challenge labour law compelling them to ballot before striking
Numsa and Saftu were just some of the country’s over 200 labour organisations which must either change their constitutions in line with the strike balloting rules or face deregistration.
VBS warns that Zuma’s loan default puts him at risk of losing Nkandla home
The bank has warned in court papers that if Zuma failed to settle accumulated arrears amounting to R500,500.00 it will have to attach his Nkandla home which was used as security for the loan.
Magashule: ANC opposed to return of death penalty but will discuss it
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said the governing party was not deaf to the calls being made by some sections of society for the death penalty to be reinstated as the country struggles to deal with gender violence.
ANC urges communities to help state gather intelligence on criminal activities
This comes after government officials admitted that Crime Intelligence failed to alert authorities of the threat of xenophobic violence timely before recent outbreaks of violence.
Magashule: All shops, local or foreign-owned, must be registered
The governing party’s utterances come on the back of continued violent attacks on foreign nationals and their properties.
ANC top brass heading to Zimbabwe for African liberation movement meeting
The gathering will discuss various issues including the recent spate of xenophobic violence in South Africa.
MTN to stay in Nigeria despite xenophobia retaliation attacks
MTN closed its retail operations and headquarters in the west African country after four franchise outlets were damaged.
Officials concede SA’s intelligence failed to pre-empt xenophobic attacks
Thousands of hostel dwellers armed with sticks and knobkerries marched on the Johannesburg CBD, looting shops and vandalising property.
Xenophobic violence negatively impacting on investor sentiment - Sacci
The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry met with Police Minister Bheki Cele and senior members of the police service on Monday.
Police confirm 12 people dead as result of xenophobia attacks
This number may be reviewed later as investigations continue.
SA's reluctance to deal with xenophobia may breed far-right politics: experts
They said the reluctance to deal with xenophobia and the South African public's violent predisposition were enabling an environment which could result in far-right politics.