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.
There is no state that is captured - Zuma
Former President Jacob Zuma says the state is made of three arms of government, including the judiciary, legislature and executive. And he insists none of them is captured.
NUM warns of imminent strike in gold sector amid wage talks
The union is currently locked in wage talks at the CCMA. It's accusing employers of negotiating in bad faith.
Amcu to head to CCMA after gold sector wage talks deadlock
The union on Tuesday vowed to cripple the sector after accusing Sibanye Stillwater, Harmony Gold and Village Main Reef of negotiating in bad faith.
Amcu threatens to cripple gold sector over wage increases
Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa says negotiations have deadlocked with Sibanye-Stillwater, Harmony Gold, and Village Main Reef.
Minister Dlodlo wants Diepsloot informal settlements formalised urgently
Minister of Public Service and Administration Ayanda Dlodlo says this is vital so that the community can provide basic services in the area.
Minister Dlodlo concerned about lack of service delivery to Diepsloot
Public Services and Administration Minister Ayanda Dlodlo visited the area on Monday as part of the Public Services Activities Month.
Cope ‘caught off guard’ by Lekota’s media briefing with AfriForum
The party's secretary general Lyndall Shope-Malofe says the announcement on joining of forces with AfriForum is something they had not yet discussed.
Mzwandile Masina urges whistleblowers to report corruption in Ekurhuleni
The SIU has been tasked by President Cyril Ramaphosa to speedily probe the municipality following allegations of flouting of processes in the awarding of tenders in 2015.
Cold snap to persist in Gauteng, NC predicted to feel worst of chilly weather
The weather service says the Free State, North West, Mpumalanga and parts of KwaZulu-Natal can also expect isolated storms.
We have nothing to hide - Ekurhuleni Municipality
President Cyril Ramaphosa has ordered the SIU unit to investigate alleged corruption in the awarding of tenders.
Snow predicted for parts of WC,EC; heavy rainfall for Gauteng
The wet conditions are expected to continue until Saturday with clear skies predicted for Sunday.
ANC welcomes Smith’s decision to appear before party's integrity committee
Vincent Smith is facing bribery allegations related to money he received from Bosasa's chief operations officer, Angelo Agrizzi.