Here’s what to expect from Duduzane Zuma’s testimony at Zondo inquiry
Duduzane Zuma’s appearance on Monday morning is crucial because he is the first witness who was implicated by Jonas to take the stand.
DA’s Moody tells his party to pay back Steinhoff’s money
DA’s Gauteng leader John Moody has come out in defence of Mmusi Maimane, who has been accused of insisting on driving a Steinhoff sponsored car months after the company’s fraud scandal was exposed.
Zille announcement raises questions about Maimane's future as DA leader
On Friday, Hellen Zille announced she would be running for the position of DA Federal Council chair as the party’s leader Mmusi Maimane fights for his survival as leader.
DA clears Maimane of wrongdoing over Steinhoff car, CT home
The party’s finance committee initiated an investigation at the request of Maimane after he was accused of having insisted on using the car even after the company’s fraud scandal was exposed.
Maimane: DA needs to evaluate relationship it had with Steinhoff
In a wide ranging interview with EWN, the DA leader denied claims from within the party that he insisted on driving a Steinhoff sponsored vehicle months after the company’s fraud scandal was exposed.
Maimane ready to fight for political life, DA values
Mmusi Maimane believes some DA leaders are at odds with him because of the ideals he has pushed for in the party.
Maimane: Attacks on my integrity by some who want to reclaim old DA
Mmusi Maimane said some leaders in the DA were trying to plant false information about him to attack his integrity.
More work still to be done on SA’s railway safety, says RSR chair
According to the annual State of Railway Safety report, nearly 300 people were killed after being struck by trains on railway tracks in the 2018/19 financial year.
ANC to announce decisions taken at special NEC meeting
The ANC is yet to publicly back Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's economic growth plan, which was discussed in detail during the NEC meeting.
Injuries related to railway accidents up by 23% - Mbalula
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said government could not sit back and fold its arms while the state of safety on the country's railways was called into question.
EFF kickbacks 'directly linked' to Tshwane fuel tender
amaBhungane claims payments by Hendrick Kganyago to EFF leaders were directly related to his fuel supply to the City of Tshwane.
Govt preparing new laws to restrict foreign-owned business and 'protect locals'
Small Business Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni says the laws will regulate the participation of foreign nationals in SA's economy.
Moyo warns Old Mutual against preventing his return to work
Old Mutual has twice refused to let Peter Moyo back into his office, despite a court order nullifying his dismissal.
Banking sector mass action a protest and not a strike, Busa argues in court
Busa insisted the strike must be declared unlawful, adding that it would mostly affect small businesses and poor communities.
Sasbo: Busa interdict against strike is a delaying tactic
The union said it would bring the banking industry to a standstill when it protests against retrenchments on Friday.
Sasbo to oppose Busa court interdict over strike
Sasbo is planning a nationwide protest on Friday, which is expected to bring the banking sector to its knees.
Here’s how the banking sector strike will affect you
The strike comes after several banks announced restructuring plans and the digitisation of banking systems, which will see thousands of retrenchments.
Sars: Banking sector strike may affect some taxpayers
The country’s biggest financial union, Sasbo, is expected to bring the sector to a standstill on Friday when it protests against retrenchments in the industry.