Numsa claims 'secret plan' under way to sell SAA
The union and the South African Cabin Crew Association filed papers in the Labour Court earlier on Tuesday seeking to interdict the practitioners from implementing job cuts.
SACP wants ANC chair Gwede Mantashe disciplined over SAA remarks
The ANC national chairperson told a party gathering at the weekend that SAA should be sold off if it could not generate money, saying the state-owned airline only serviced the elite. This was contrary to the ANC’s official position which was that the struggling airline should be saved.
Madikizela: DA no longer an alternative to ANC
The Western Cape DA leader announced on Monday that he would no longer contest the position of party leader when the it goes to congress in May.
Govt criticised for its response to SAA's route cancellations
President Cyril Ramaphosa expressed his unhappiness about the move while Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan announced government would make representations to the business rescue practitioners.
Bonginkosi Madikizela withdraws as contender in DA leadership race
Madikizela previously indicated he was considering throwing his hat in the ring for the position.
Tshwane municipal workers threaten court action against embattled council
The metro has faced several scandals including the resignation of mayor Stevens Mokgalapa, the appointment of unqualified employees and several court battles.
Tshwane municipal workers protest over council tussle affecting service delivery
Workers affiliated to Samwu marched outside the Tshwane offices on Thursday, expressing their unhappiness about the state of poor governance in the municipality.
Is Cyril Ramaphosa’s Presidency the worst?
The African Transformation Movement has officially submitted its motion of no confidence in the president to National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise, who said she was considering the matter.
Busa: Cosatu plan to use pension funds to save Eskom mustn't affect taxpayers
Under the proposal, funds from the Unemployment Insurance Fund, Public Investment Corporation, the Development Financing Institution and Development Bank of Southern Africa entities would be used to service 50% of Eskom's over R400 billion debt.
Cosatu says govt, business, social partners on board with plan to save Eskom
Cosatu wants a special purpose vehicle put together to include the Unemployment Insurance Fund, Public Investment Corporation, the Development Financing Institution and Development Bank of Southern Africa to take over 50% of Eskom’s over R400 billion debt.
ANC in Tshwane lodges urgent court bid against speaker Katlego Mathebe
The party filed an urgent court application seeking that Mathebe be subjected to a disciplinary hearing for allegedly blocking proposed motions to unseat her.
John Steenhuisen’s chief of staff calls it quits
Graham Charters tendered his resignation saying he decided to leave because he believed the DA leader’s office deserved a team that was aligned with his vision for the party.
ANC: Let courts do their work in Zuma matter
The ANC has urged its leaders to stop casting doubt on the credibility of the judiciary after the Pietermaritzburg High Court issued an arrest warrant for Jacob Zuma.
Cosatu urges Ramaphosa to use Sona to endorse its proposal to bailout Eskom
The trade union federation has suggested using workers’ pension funds to bail out the cash-strapped utility.
ANCYL: There will be no peace if Zuma treated unfairly
Jacob Zuma was meant to appear before the Pietermaritzburg High Court for his corruption pre-trial, but his lawyers said he was sick and receiving treatment out of the country.
Mbali Ntuli: DA in decline and needs saving now
On Tuesday, Ntuli informed the party's public representatives of her decision to contest the position of federal leader at the DA's elective conference in May.
Mahumapelo: I’ll always defend ANC principle of not voting with opposition
ANC MP Supra Mahumapelo told Eyewitness News he didn't regret expressing the party’s support for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane in the face of growing calls for her removal.
DA in a deep crisis, says party leadership hopeful Mbali Ntuli
In a letter addressed to the DA's public representatives, Ntuli has announced her intention to contest the position of federal leader when the party holds its elective conference in May.