Letsatsi-Duba accuses Magashule of tempering with ANC election list
ANC secretary-general has described the alleged accusation made against him by Minister of State Security Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba as shocking and reckless.
NUM march against Eskom unbundling to go ahead despite high-level govt meeting
This comes despite a meeting with President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday which was also attended by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and Energy Minister Jeff Radebe.
City Power: Electricity restored to most JHB suburbs
A high voltage power line feeding most of the substations in the area tripped when electricity was restored after load shedding.
Ramaphosa, Gordhan, Radebe to meet with NUM over Eskom unbundling, poll support
The labour union has rejected government’s plan to split the power utility into three entities comprising of generation, transmission and distribution.
Banking union Sasbo 'worried' about digitisation of industry
The union has encouraged employees who are facing retrenchments at several banks to consider using their severance packages and other payouts to fund start-ups.
Eskom working with Mozambican technicians to restore power
Eskom says the two lines went offline because of tropical Cyclone Idai which battered parts of Mozambique and reportedly claiming more than 100 lives.
Ayandla Dlodlo calls for every public servant to work
Dlodlo says they need to reign in the R32 billion over-expenditure government has incurred on the wage bill over the past year.
DA says its lists have 'ideal' candidates to serve SA
The party, which is currently the official opposition to the governing ANC, released its lists on Saturday.
Sasbo urges retrenched banking sector staff to consider funding start-ups
This week Standard Bank announced 1,200 jobs could be on the line as it begins to streamline its retail business with plans to close 91 branches across the country over the next few months.
DA says their list of candidates is more diverse than any other party
The party released its list of candidates for Parliament and provincial legislatures on Saturday.
ANC moves to silence its critics on Parliament list
The ANC says despite the massive public backlash since its release, the names were derived from a democratic process.
Depts urged to retain skilled staff as govt tackles skyrocketing wage bill
Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has said it is not feasible for the government to offer the early retirement option to all those who are eligible as it's unaffordable.
'Why don't you listen?' Tempers flare during Ramaphosa's Riverlea visit
Tempers flared during President Cyril Ramaphosa's visit to Riverlea in the south of Johannesburg, where he interacted with professionals, civil society and business people.
ANC image takes another hit as rape accused duo join Ramaphosa on campaign trail
Questions have been raised about the ANC's seriousness about dealing with accusations of sexual assault leveled against its members after Zizi Kodwa and Danny Jordan - both of whom have been accused of rape - joined President Cyril Ramaphosa on the campaign trail.
Ramaphosa praises ANC’s track record
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the ANC is in a league of its own as there is no political party that can compete with it, either in government or Parliament.
Ramaphosa to meet union leaders over Eskom unbundling, election support
NUM says that it will shut down the electricity grid in the days leading up to the elections to protest government’s decision to unbundle Eskom into three entities.
NUM threatens Eskom shut down before elections over unbundling, IPPs
Differences between the ANC-led government and organised labour on how the power utility can be rescued have come to a head, with the NUM being the latest union to threaten a shut down of the country over the decision to unbundle Eskom into three entities.
What is the PIC Amendment Bill & why are some ministers trying to stop it?
Parliament approved a bill aimed at strengthening the Public Investment Corporation but some government officials are trying to stop the bill from being passed.