Ramaphosa urges delegates use Jobs Summit to seek, find solutions
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the first day of the summit in Midrand. He says this summit must respond to the problems.
Oliphant: Use Jobs Summit to identify job creation challenges, opportunities
The minister addressed business, labour and government leaders in Midrand on Thursday at the Jobs Summit.
Cosatu: Govt must admit SA is in an economic crisis
Cosatu’s Bheki Ntshalintshali says government must admit that an unemployment rate of 27% and an economy in recession is a crisis.
Cosatu's Ntshalintshali: Govt, business must take jobs summit seriously
The Jobs summit comes at the time when the economy is struggling to grow and is in recession and unemployment at a staggering 27%.
ANC ‘willing’ to provide top 6 meeting minutes on Nene’s firing
Nhlanhla Nene told the state capture commission that Jacob Zuma fired him during a meeting that lasted between two to three minutes.
Nene: Zuma had no consideration for financial implications of nuclear deal
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says when he refused to sign off on the deal, worried about the financial implications, he was accused of insubordination.
[WATCH] State Capture Inquiry: Nene's testimony in 3 minutes
Despite his testimony, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says at no point did he feel pressured by the Gupta family during his visits to Saxonwold to discuss government business.
#StateCapture: EFF reacts to testimony from Nhlanhla Nene on Guptas
Nene told the commission that he visited the Guptas’ Saxonwold home on four occasions but denied it was to conduct dodgy dealings.
Nhlanhla Nene regarded visits to Gupta compound as part of his tasks
Despite his testimony, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says at no point did he feel pressured by the Gupta family during his visits to Saxonworld to discuss government business.
Inquiry: Nene denies claims of misusing PIC position to benefit his family
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has confirmed that he received two letters from the EFF accusing him of having facilitated the Gupta’s access to the Public Investment Corporation.
Nene: I was removed because of my refusal to toe the line
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is the first Cabinet minister to appear before the commission.
Nene: I had no reason to think anything untoward of Gupta tea invitation
Nene is the first cabinet minister to appear before the commission and is expected to give insight into why he was fired in 2016 as well as the extent of the Gupta’s influence on government.
DWS says failure to pay construction firm nothing to do with financial woes
Eyewitness News understands that nearly 500 workers were recently retrenched by engineering company Khato Civils due to government’s non-payment.
Water Dept's cash crisis leaves Giyani project, workers in lurch
Limpopo based construction company Khato Civils has retrenched nearly 500 employees at the Giyani Bulk Water Project, saying it’s been left with no choice.
ANC confirms Supra Mahumapelo declines to be part of NW task team
After Mahumapelo was forced out as North West Premier, he was fired as ANC chair in the province together with the entire leadership.
Magashule: Ramaphosa and I working to unite ANC
Magashule confirmed on Monday that the ANC national executive committee (NEC) tasked the top six with looking into and investigating reports of an alleged plot to oust Ramaphosa.
ANC to talk to Mbeki & Zuma about their remarks on land reform, state capture
The party’s secretary general Ace Magashule has made it clear that while the views raised by the former presidents are important, they contradict the ANC’s policies.
Magashule denies tension with Ramaphosa, blames divisive ‘western’ agenda
The 'Sunday Times' revealed last month that Ace Magashule, Jacob Zuma and the leaders of the ANC’s youth & women's leagues met to allegedly discuss how to oust Cyril Ramaphosa.