Cosatu: 'Ramaphosa must address possible job losses at SOEs'
Cosatu's concerns come as Eskom says it will meet with unions representing employees at its Megawatt Park head office in Johannesburg to discuss possible retrenchments and reports that the utility could be split.
Jackson Mthembu says Ramaphosa’s Sona will focus on unity
The ANC chief whip says the country is facing elections, and Ramaphosa must be able to tell South Africans what challenges it is facing.
#Sona2019: ANC interested in job creation, economic growth
When Cyril Ramaphosa takes centre stage in Parliament, his own party will be hoping for details on his plans to create jobs and grow the economy.
Parly’s police committee welcomes arrest of Agrizzi, ex-prison bosses
Five of the seven suspects have made their first court appearance in Pretoria on Wednesday afternoon and were each granted R20,000 bail.
What Cosatu expects from Ramaphosa's #Sona2019
Cosatu's spokesperson Mathew Parks says they are cautiously optimistic Ramaphosa can deliver on some issues if he’s given time to.
Ramaphosa continues charm offensive to investors in CT
President Ramaphosa was addressing thousands of delegates at the Invest in Africa Mining Indaba at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Ramaphosa says billions in investments pouring into SA
President Cyril Ramaphosa says companies have already made $20 billion commitments just a few months after the investment drive started.
Baleka Mbete: 'Parliament has performed well under my stewardship'
The Speaker of the National Assembly has had a rocky term at the helm of the House, with disruptions, violent clashes and persistent criticism that she protected Jacob Zuma.
Baleka Mbete anxious over her future in Parliament
The Speaker of the National Assembly will preside over Parliament for the last time this term at the State of the Nation Address, and she’s not relieved.
Mantashe opens annual Mining Indaba in Cape Town
Cyril Ramaphosa and Gwede Mantashe are expected to woo the thousands of delegates and potential investors and promote South Africa as an attractive investment destination.
Parly cans gala dinner, finger foods as Sona budget cut
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete says that the current economic conditions have forced Parliament to cut back on spending.
Parliament gears up for this year’s Sona
Parliament’s presiding officers on Wednesday briefed the media on the state of readiness for Sona which takes place next week Thursday.
IEC pleased with turnout of young people at voter registration
The Independent Electoral Commission says 2.5 million South Africans heeded the call to register or update their personal details.
ANC expects members to speak with united voice in wake of Mboweni tweets
ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa told Eyewitness News on Monday that people who use social media should avoid making statements about the party that confuse the public.
Former DA head of policy Ngwenya to remain an MP, says party
Ngwenya resigned last week in a strongly worded resignation letter to party leader Mmusi Maimane, where she accuses the party's leadership of being weak on policy.
DA doesn't take policy seriously, says Gwen Ngwenya in resignation letter
Party spokesperson Solly Malatsi today confirmed Ngwenya's resignation as head of policy
ANC rejects DA’s call for separate inquiry into Bosasa
Mmusi Maimane has said it’s becoming increasingly difficult for the president to avoid the party’s earlier calls for an independent inquiry into Bosasa.
ANC ‘won’t be taking action’ against Vincent Smith just yet
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi said Vincent Smith, along with two other MPs, were paid a monthly stipend to do Bosasa's bidding with government.