People will be exposed when Arms Deal trial starts, says Zuma’s lawyer
The former president previously argued for the case to be struck off the roll, saying the charges were politically motivated and that the unreasonable delays in prosecuting him had prejudiced him.
Jacob Zuma to have day in court as he withdraws bid to halt corruption trial
The former president had approached the Constitutional Court to appeal the dismissal of his application for a permanent stay of prosecution.
Court overturns decision to place City of Tshwane under administration
Premier David Makhura announced the metro’s dissolution, saying it failed to provide services.
Agri SA: Land Bank’s financial distress to have knock-on effect on agri sector
The embattled bank, which is the largest provider of credit to farmers, defaulted on some of its debt obligations last week.
Ramaphosa: SA will still face challenges after turning tide on COVID-19
The president used his Freedom Day speech to highlight the deep levels of inequality exposed by the national lock down to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Ramaphosa: Privileged South Africans can no longer close eyes to plight of poor
In a virtual address Sunday afternoon, President Cyril Ramaphosa reflected on the impact the pandemic has had on vulnerable South Africans, saying it’s time the country invests in a new society and economy.
Nursing union says govt 'unpatriotic' for inviting Cuban doctors
Denosa President Simon Hlungwani said governmnet should be hiring the thousands of doctors and nurses who remain without jobs.
Happy Freedom Day: Thousands of prisoners to be released today
EWN understands President Cyril Ramaphosa will announce the release of awaiting trial inmates for so-called soft crimes and nonviolent offenders eligible for parole, among others.
Gauteng Liquor Forum considering next move after ban on alcohol sale upheld
On Thursday, the president announced that cigarette sales would resume from next Friday as the country moves to a level 4 lockdown.
South Africans urged to wear face masks when leaving their homes
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on Thursday evening on the re-opening of some economic activity and the easing of lockdown restrictions from next Friday.
Get ready to exercise next Friday - but remember that the lockdown continues
Stretching your muscles outside the house is part of level 4 of the risk-adjusted approach to the re-opening of the economy.
With easing of lockdown in sight, Ramaphosa urges SA to hold on a little longer
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday evening announced a 5-level phased approach to easing the nationwide lockdown restrictions.
'Things can't stay the same' - Ramaphosa urged to reopen more sectors of economy
President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the country on the measure’s government will take beyond the nationwide lockdown to reopen the economy.
Government's COVID-19 tax relief measures
National Treasury said that the move was expected to provide around R70 billion in support, either through reductions in taxes or through deferrals of payments for compliant businesses.
Zulu: Govt will tighten security to ensure no looting of relief packages
As part of the president’s relief package, R50-billion would go towards relieving the crippling financial burden on those most affected by the lockdown.
Denosa warns govt against redeployment of health workers
Denosa said that given the shortage of nurses in the country, redeploying health workers from one facility to another would not help the situation.
Ramaphosa: With no vaccine, COVID-19 will be a problem for foreseeable future
The president addressed the nation on Tuesday night, announcing a R500 billion economic relief package.
Ramaphosa announces economic lifeline for struggling South Africans
South Africa is under increasing pressure to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus on the economy.