Water Dept concerned over Gauteng's declining dam levels
Damn levels have slipped from 81.2% last week to 80.5% this week.
Zondo to rule on Lynne Brown’s bid to cross-examine state capture witnesses
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo will hear arguments from Brown's lawyers who insist that she should be allowed to cross-examine witnesses, despite not yet being implicated.
‘Give harsher punishment to anyone who tries to influence govt officials’
This was stated by US-based Dr Danial Kaufmann who gave expert testimony at the commission.
Zwane hasn’t sent request to cross-examine witnesses, inquiry hears
This comes after Nedbank’s CEO Mike Brown testified that Mosebenzi Zwane had threatened something would happen to the bank's licence if it did not review the decision to close accounts of Gupta-related companies.
State capture inquiry: Nedbank CEO says he felt threatened by Zwane at meeting
Mike Brown is taking the inquiry through the events leading up to that meeting, and his response to the ANC top brass that we would not discuss any client related matters.
No collusion between banks to close Gupta accounts, says Nedbank CEO
So far, the Zondo Commission has heard from officials from FNB, Standard Bank and Absa that members of the ANC government tried to meet with them in the wake of their decisions to close the accounts of Gupta linked entities.
Power FM gives JJ Tabane the boot
Station manager Bob Mabena says JJ Tabane has been axed for breaching his contract by issuing an on-air apology to Phumla Williams after her testimony at the state capture inquiry.
DA opens cases against Ramokgopa & Mamabolo over deadly Joburg building fire
The party says Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa and Infrastructure Development MEC Jacob Mamabolo must be jailed or fined for their roles in the blaze that claimed the lives of three firemen earlier this month.
Post Office confident of clearing delivery backlog following strike
The backlog follows a six-week strike by workers that left the Post Office with 38 million undelivered parcels.
Bemawu still negotiating terms of restructuring at SABC
The public broadcaster recently announced that its finances are dismal and it's looking at cost cut measures, which might include slashing a number of jobs to reduce its huge salary bill.
'Land reform only way gap can be bridged between the rich and poor
President Cyril Ramaphosa was giving an address at the 19th Steve Biko Lecture at the University of South Africa in Pretoria on Friday night.
Demonstrators attempt to disrupt Ramaphosa’s address at Steve Biko Lecture
A handful of demonstrators attempted to disrupt his speech carrying placards that read: ‘Bloodshed’ and ‘Remember Marikana’.
SABC announces restructuring process, jobs cuts expected
The public broadcaster, which is struggling to pay its creditors, has met with labour unions to inform them of impending cost-cutting measures which include reducing its huge salary bill.
Dept says contingency plan in place amidst Germiston mortuary strike
Forensic staff downed tools on Monday, complaining of a lack of protective gear.
Zuma applying his mind to invitation to testify before Zondo commission
Earlier on Thursday, the chairperson of the state capture inquiry Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo asked Zuma to respond to the allegations against him in an affidavit.
Female student arrested with R10m at OR Tambo
The South African Revenue Services (Sars)'s Customs made the bust when she was about to board a Hong Kong flight on Tuesday night.
Zuma: We should nationalise land, banks and mines
Former President Jacob Zuma says that the only way that black people will be free is if they get their land back.
BankservAfrica: SA economy showing signs of improvement
BankservAfrica's Sheragen Naidoo says while the economy is still in a decline, the latest data shows that the economy is looking stronger than previous months.