SA’s technical recession status not a crisis - David Mabuza
The country entered into the technical recession when the economy contracted by 0.7% in the second quarter after a dismal performance in the first quarter.
Mabuza: We must show confidence in our own economy
Mabuza addressed the annual National Economic Development and Labour Council summit in Centurion on Friday.
Ramaphosa will soon sign Minimum Wage Bill into law, says Oliphant
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant was speaking at the 23rd annual summit of the National Economic Development and Labour Council in Sandton.
Poor leadership, instability blamed for Prasa's financial woes
The board chair and the CEO addressed the media on Thursday about their plans to turn around the organisation, which they have described as broken and struggling to survive.
Prasa in a broken, ICU state - CEO Sibusiso Sithole
The agency’s CEO says poor governance, corruption and leadership instability are largely to blame.
Cosatu sending mixed messages on alleged Zuma plot to oust Ramaphosa
The Sunday Times has reported that Jacob Zuma, Ace Magashule, Supra Mahumapelo and leaders of the ANC's Youth League and Women’s League held a secret meeting in Durban last week to discuss a plot to oust President Ramaphosa.
Concerns that Mosola might interfere with investigation against him
This week the Tshwane Council decided against its previous plan to suspend city manager Moeketsi Mosola pending the outcome of the investigation into the awarding of a R12 billion tender.
Msimanga: About-turn on suspending Moeketsi Mosola not to please EFF
When the Tshwane Council issued a notice to suspend city manager Moeketsi Mosola pending the investigation, the EFF was not happy with that decision.
'Sunday Times' accepts apology from ANCWL’s Matuba over gun pic
On Tuesday, Meokgo Matuba spoke to Eyewitness News in an exclusive interview, apologising for sending the picture but says she didn’t mean to intimidate her.
[LISTEN] It wasn't me: Matuba says gun pic was sent to journo by unknown person
Asked whether she sent the picture, ANCWL secretary general Meokgo Matuba said: “Actually no, I didn’t send a gun to Qaanitah. If it’s her take that I sent the gun to intimidate her, my sincere apologies.”
[EXCLUSIVE] Matuba apologises to ‘Sunday Times’ journalist over gun picture
Journalist Qaanitah Hunter had asked Meokgo Matuba to confirm whether she was at the Durban meeting to hatch a plot to oust President Cyril Ramaphosa, she denied it and later sent the reporter a picture of a gun.
ANC: No plot to remove Ramaphosa will succeed
The party has had a busy two days after the 'Sunday Times' reported that its secretary-general Ace Magashule is involved in a plot to remove President Cyril Ramaphosa.
ANC wants Jacob Zuma, other leaders implicated in state capture to testify
On Monday, Duduzane Zuma presented a letter to the inquiry indicating he is now prepared to testify.
ANC: Alleged meeting to topple Ramaphosa was not sanctioned by party
The party has reacted to the 'Sunday Times' report which alleges the gathering was held last week in secret at a Durban hotel.
‘Zuma is harbouring hatred over how ANC treated him’
Cosatu is convinced that Jacob Zuma may be part of a grouping in the ANC which is undermining the current leadership.
Cosatu: Zuma must respond to reports over plans to oust Ramaphosa
The ANC has called on the paper to retract the report, which alleges the group was discussing a plot to unseat President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Countries go through cycles, Ramaphosa says of SA recession
President Cyril Ramaphosa offered assurances to an increasingly embattled country as South Africa sinks into a technical recession.
Ramaphosa: Recession a transitional issue that is going to pass
President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africans shouldn’t be disheartened by the country’s slide into a recession.