Current economic climate threatening NDP's 2030 goals, says commission
The National Development Plan aimed to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by 2030.
SAA: Technical glitches on planes not a regular occurrence
The airline faced criticism following a post on social media by Canadian singer Deborah Cox claiming that the SAA flight she was on caught fire and was forced to make an emergency landing.
‘There was no fire': SAA investigates claims by US singer Deborah Cox
American singer Deborah Cox on Monday posted on social media that the plane had caught fire and was forced to make an emergency landing.
Mkhwebane: Let's work together to achieve economic freedom
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has made a surprising call to South Africans, urging them to work together with her to achieve economic freedom.
Mkhwebane consulting lawyers over crowdfunding for her legal fees
The Constitutional Court recently ruled that Mkhwebane should pay 15% of the South African Reserve Bank’s legal fees in the Absa/Bankorp matter. Mkhwebane could cough up almost R1 million in legal fees.
Mkhwebane: The media ‘problematised’ Guptas, Zuma
In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, Mkhwebane said she wanted to make it clear to South Africans that she could meet whoever she wanted to.
Mkhwebane accuses government of failing to protect South Africans
In an exclusive interview with EWN, Busisiwe Mkhwebane raised concerns about the relationship between her office and President Cyril Ramaphosa's administration, saying their legal battles would lead to a constitutional crisis.
Mkhwebane: There’s a smear campaign against me
‘They are trying to discredit me, deal with me, trying to show others that these are untouchables.’
Mkhwebane slates judges over court rulings, says they should be objective
In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, an unflinching Busisiwe Mkhwebane was ready to fight her detractors and defied calls for her to step down from office.
Parliament has no legal basis to remove PP from office - Mkhwebane
The Public Protector threatened the National Assembly with legal action should it proceed with plans to oust her.
Mkhwebane: Legal battle with Ramaphosa could lead to constitutional crisis
In an exclusive interview with EWN, Busisiwe Mkhwebane accused the president of not applying her remedial actions equally over his ministers.
Minister praises outgoing Sapo CEO Mark Barnes for strengthening institution
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams praised Barnes for playing an integral role in strengthening the organisation.
Nxesi blames elections for slow implementation of jobs summit goals
The recent staggering unemployment statistics have now pushed government, labour and business to recommit to fast-tracking the implementation of resolutions from last year's jobs summit to create jobs and grow the economy.
Sapo confident CEO's resignation won't hurt SOE
On Thursday, the state-owned entity announced Mark Barnes' resignation, saying he decided to call it quits over differences on the company’s future strategy relating to the structure of the Post Office group and its relationship with Postbank.
Post Office closing some branches to cut costs
According to the organisation's corporate plan for the past year, the state-owned entity last made a profit in 2006 and has recently been kept afloat by government subsidies.
Solidarity threatens court action if SOEs don't act against corrupt execs
On Wednesday, the union announced it had launched a process in terms of the Companies Act to investigate former Denel board members with a view to possible prosecution.
President to receive Jobs Summit report
Presidency spokesperson Khusela Diko said this was very important as it took place in the context of a depressed economy and soon after Stats SA announced an increase in the unemployment rate.
Denel employees didn’t receive full salaries: Solidarity
The union served urgent court documents to force the arms company to pay the unemployment insurance levy and taxes deducted from employees’ salaries.