Mchunu: Govt to cap wasteful expenditure by cutting ministers' perks
The minister announced the proposed changes to the Ministerial Handbook at a briefing in Tshwane on Monday.
Minister Mchunu announces massive cuts to ministers' perks
Like many South Africans, the time had come for ministers - whose excesses were often tax-payer funded - to tighten their belts.
Magashule’s office was used to source funds from businesses, inquiry told
This was the evidence of Moroadi Cholota who testified at the state capture commission of inquiry on Friday.
SAA appoints Les Matuson to lead business rescue process
Trade unions had given the board until Friday to provide an undertaking that they would not play a role in this appointment.
Involved parties give SAA’s business rescue move the green light
The meeting at the south Gauteng deputy judge president's chambers follows the confirmation on Wednesday night from the Presidency that SAA was to go into voluntary business rescue.
Richard Baloyi dodges questions about signing-off Maseko’s transfer from GCIS
The state capture commission of inquiry on Tuesday heard evidence, which revealed the transfer and appointment, respectively, were irregular.
Oliphant didn’t ask about Manyi’s Dept of Labour charges, Zondo told
Despite facing charges, Mzwanele Manyi was controversially appointed as the head of GCIS where he replaced former government spokesperson Themba Maseko.
Will Jacob Zuma allow Redi Tlhabi to cross-examine him?
Redi Tlhabi submitted an application to give evidence and cross-examine Jacob Zuma in July after accusing the former president of making seven false and defamatory comments about her.
Crusaders terror plot accused remanded in custody until 2020
The Hawks arrested the leader and members of The National Christian Resistance Movement (NCRM) also known as the crusaders on Friday.
Ford not out of the woods yet despite Kuga payments
National Consumer Commission Acting Commissioner Thezi Mbuza said Ford engaged in prohibited conduct in that it distributed Kuga vehicles that failed as a result of a cooling system issue.
NCC: If consumers accept Ford Kuga offer, it will be final settlement
The NCC announced the outcome of negotiations and said that the vehicle manufacturer would pay a fine of R35 million. Ford has also offered to pay R50,000 to each affected consumer.
Ford fined R35 million for Kuga fires
The defective cars - which would catch alight without notice - started making headlines when Reshall Jimmy was found burnt to death in his Kuga in the Western Cape in 2015.
Ngcukaitobi argues requirements for an interim interdict should not apply to PP
The EFF and Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane approached the court after the High Court in Pretoria ruled against them in July with regards to the power of the courts to suspend the implementation of the Public Protector’s remedial action.
PP vs Gordhan: ConCourt to hear arguments on ‘rogue unit’ report interdict
The EFF and Busisiwe Mkhwebane have approached the court after the High Court in Pretoria ruled against them in July.
Inquiry hears Zuma halted Fraser prosecution due to 'national concerns'
Former head of the agency's domestic branch Gibson Njenje made the submission when presenting his evidence at the public hearings on Tuesday.
Mo Shaik: Zuma’s defence of Guptas may have led to Schabir's prosecution
Schabir, who is Zuma's friend and his former financial advisor, was imprisoned after being found guilty of fraud and corruption in 2005.
Zuma must tell SA why he defended the Guptas - Shaik
Mo Shaik said former President Jacob Zuma opted to defend the Gupta brothers and made it clear that no investigation should proceed.
Tom Moyane in court over alleged assault of his grandchild’s mother
The case was being pursued by AfriForum’s private prosecutions unit after the National Prosecuting Authority declined to prosecute the matter.