SIU gets court order to set aside Eskom, Tegeta multibillion rand contract
The court has also given the green light for the SIU to institute legal proceedings against the formerly Gupta-owned company, which is facing a barrage of corruption allegations linked to Eskom.
Ex-apartheid security officer recalls being part of Neil Aggett death probe
Former apartheid state security officer Charl Lambrecht vaguely recounted the role he played as the fingerprinting officer while investigating Aggett's death.
Pathologist may or may have not been at Aggett's death scene, inquiry told
Lambrecht has taken the stand at the inquest looking into the killing of the anti-apartheid activist.
Protesting Uber, Bolt drivers want dept's intervention over pay, safety issues
Drivers staged a disruptive protest on Wednesday raising concerns over security and the payment arrangements they have with their companies.
'Unsafe' Uber, Bolt drivers in Joburg call on Cele’s intervention
Scores of the drivers took part in a protest on Wednesday where they also raised concerns over what they say were exorbitant fees deducted by the e-hailing companies.
Several Uber, Bolt drivers plot next move after companies fail to accept demands
The drivers took part in a protest on Wednesday morning over safety issues and drove in convoy from Zoo Lake in Parkview to Sandton.
Kelebogile Molopyane to be laid to rest in Hebron today
Sixteen-year-old Molopyane fell to his death from a second-floor balcony at Ferndale High School on Tuesday.
Powerless Eskom says working units ‘not enough to keep the system going’
Eskom earlier announced the implementation of Stage 3 load shedding from Saturday until Monday morning.
Court ruling on SAA retrenchments a ‘travesty of justice’, says Numsa
Numsa and Sacca, the two key unions at the airline, approached the court to apply for an interdict against retrenchments without sufficient consultation.
Judgment reserved in unions’ appeal to halt SAA retrenchments
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the South African Cabin Crew Association want to stop SAA from laying-off workers as part of its turnaround strategy.
NUM: Eskom's voluntary exit packages precursor to mass job cuts
About R400 million was set aside to try and convince workers to take a pay-out to leave the company. It's hoped this would help save money.
Court dismisses Numsa, Sacca's urgent bid to halt SAA retrenchments
Unions Numsa and the South African Cabin Crew Association approached the Labour Court to interdict the airline from cutting jobs.
Eskom sets deadline for applications of cash separation packages
The cash-strapped power utility is offering its managers exit packages as it tries to claw back on a bloated wage bill.
Eskom offers voluntary exit packages to managers
The power utility said that the voluntary cash separation packages would be opened to managerial-level employees in non-core positions.
Pikitup faces refuse collection backlog following workers’ strike
Disgruntled employees protested on Monday over delays in the processing of their January paychecks.
Eskom hoping for swift conclusion to tariff dispute with Nersa
The High Court in Pretoria on Monday dismissed the power utility’s application to have the matter heard on an urgent basis.
Friend of murdered Lesotho first lady fears for her life
Thato Sibolla is seeking protection in South Africa while she questioned the circumstances under which Maesiah Thabane was granted bail.
Eskom says will continue battle to hike electricity prices
Eskom is seeking relief from Nersa's multi-year price determination decision, which would see tariffs increase by just over 8% in the current financial year and 5.2% in the next one.