Prasa to launch skills audit in bid to remove deadwood from workforce
The Scopa hearing follows two years in which Prasa got two consecutive disclaimers from the Auditor-General. The rail agency is also the government entity with the highest irregular expenditure at over R1 billion rand.
DA urges Parly to urgently institute removal proceedings against Mkhwebane
The DA said during Mkhwebane’s tenure, the courts had made damning findings against her and her fitness to hold office had been called into question numerous times.
Land Court to check settlement deals in line with new Expropriation Act - Lamola
South Africa could soon have its very own Land Court which will deal with all land matters from expropriation of land without compensation to outstanding claims.
Sufficient prima facie evidence of misconduct against Mkhwebane, panel finds
The independent panel headed by retired Judge Bess Nkabinde recommended that a committee of the National Assembly investigates or launches an inquiry into Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
Govt paves way for SA's first Land Court
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola on Monday said government would be introducing a Land Court Bill to Parliament proposing the establishment of such a court.
ANC top 6 to meet with Zuma over his snubbing of the State Capture commission
Jacob Zuma defied a ConCourt order to appear before the commission. President Cyril Ramaphosa said the message for his predecessor was very simple: he must abide by the Constitution.
Ntshavheni: 20 million COVID vaccine doses to arrive from March
Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni told a post Cabinet briefing on Friday the first doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were being administered to healthcare workers in both the public and private sectors.
He's not above the law – Ramaphosa comments on Zuma's ConCourt defiance
He said no one was above the law, including former President Jacob Zuma, who has defied a Constitutional Court order by refusing to appear before the Zondo commission.
Cabinet pleased with SA’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout and procurement - Ntshavheni
Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni told a post-cabinet briefing on Friday that the first doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were being administered to healthcare workers in both the public and private sectors.
Mkhize welcomes SIU probe into allegations of tender irregularities
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize’s former spokesperson Tahera Mather is one of the people who scored consultancy jobs from Digital Vibes, according to a 'Daily Maverick' report.
Mkhize appeals to political parties to not politicise vaccine rollout
Mkhize on Thursday afternoon addressed the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) about the vaccine rollout.
Treasury to allocate extra R7bn for provision of vaccine procurement
In his budget speech earlier on Wednesday, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announced additional funds for the country’s vaccination campaign.
Tito Mboweni on SA economy: There are reasons to be hopeful
Delivering his 2021 Budget Speech, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said the country was not without hope and one of the reasons was a much-improved economic outlook.
Tax hike would be detrimental for battling S. Africans, warn opposition parties
Opposition parties said that all indications were that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni would slap South Africans with a tax increase.
Eskom management’s failure to appear angers MPs
The power utility was supposed to brief Scopa on Tuesday about its annual report, deviations, expansions as well as investigations.
COVID-19: AG Maluleke says procurement of PPEs saw the biggest corruption
AG Tsakani Maluleke presented the second special report on the financial management of COVID-19 initiatives to the Standing Committee on the Auditor-General on Friday.
Ramaphosa: Land redistribution must be accelerated for SA to meet true potential
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that giving more land, and providing the means to productively work it, was about building a prosperous and inclusive future for South Africa.
SA must develop its own vaccines, says President Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa said the country couldn't afford to find itself travelling the world looking for a vaccine.