Ramaphosa details economic stimulus package to revive economy
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the package contains five measures to stimulate the economy.
Zuma used courts to delay setting up state capture commission, court told
This was among the submissions on Thursday at the Pretoria High Court from parties opposing Zuma’s application for leave to appeal the personal costs order made against him.
Zuma granted permission to apply for leave to appeal personal costs order
The former president applied to intervene in his personal capacity after President Cyril Ramaphosa withdrew the appeal application, which Zuma filed when he was still in office.
Court to hear Zuma's bid to appeal personal costs order against him
A full bench ordered Zuma to pay the costs of his challenge to the remedial action of the Public Protector’s state of capture report.
GED to probe videos showing teacher confrontations with students
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga believes their psycho-social support services need to be improved to identify problem children early.
Consultancy firm Bain relieves partner of duties, to set aside Sars fees
Vittorio Massone testified at the Nugent Commission of Inquiry in Pretoria two weeks ago where he conceded that there were significant shortfalls in the process to draft a new structure for the revenue service.
Transnet chief executive will learn fate following misconduct claims
Transnet chief executive Siyabonga Gama is expected to find out on Monday whether he will stay on in his job or be placed on precautionary suspension.
Dawn Basdeo’s family appeal to public to help look for her body
Volunteers are scheduled to search for Basdeo's body in the area south of Germiston Lake and around the Rand Airport.
Thulas Nxesi blames PTA building arson attempts on ‘state capture forces’
Nxesi has suggested recent acts of arson at the Health Department's national office in Pretoria may be the work of - what he called - state capture forces.
Family to resume search for missing Dawn Basdeo
Basdeo’s husband Prem was arrested soon after she went missing two months ago; he’s confessed to the crime and remains in police custody.
'Arson attempts at Civitas building & Lisbon building fire mere coincidence?'
Three firemen died while trying to extinguish the fire that broke out on the 23rd floor of the Lisbon Bank building in downtown Johannesburg.
Land expropriation plans not attack on white people, says Mokonyane
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane made the comments at a briefing on the outcomes of the cabinet meeting in Pretoria.
Bain & Company to conduct probe into its work at Sars
The company says its global leadership and external counsel will lead the deep and extensive investigation into all matters related to its work at Sars.
Justice Minister announces process to elect members to legal council
Justice Minister Michael Masutha made the announcement in Pretoria on Tuesday and follows the adoption of the Legal Practice Act of 2014.
Moyane’s Russia trip didn't trigger alarm bells, Gigaba tells Nugent inquiry
Malusi Moyane claimed suspended Sars commissioner Tom Moyane was travelling to Russia to sign an agreement with that country’s revenue service.
Consultancy firm Bain blames leadership change for problems at Sars
The company’s managing partner Vittorio Massone is giving evidence today at the Nugent Commission of Inquiry in Pretoria.
Instability at Sars will affect Treasury, Nugent commission hears
Treasury Director-General Dondo Mogajane suggested that if Sars sneezes, the Treasury catches a cold.
Position of Sars commissioner too powerful, Treasury tells Nugent commission
Senior Treasury officials made submissions before Nugent Commission of Inquiry in Pretoria on Thursday.