Old Mutual: Moyo’s return will compromise interests of shareholders
Old Mutual has taken the CEO to court for clarity on whether a ruling by the same court last month directed the company to allow him to return to work.
Motsoaledi: Lifting visas aimed at boosting tourism
The department announced that it has relaxed visa laws for Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and New Zealand.
PIC Inquiry says further investigations, hearings to continue if needed
The inquiry into alleged impropriety at the Public Investment Corporation held its last sitting on Wednesday after seven months of testimony.
Things could get tougher for SA consumers, says economist
Statistics South Africa released a report on Wednesday, showing an increase in retail sales which boded well for economic growth.
PIC inquiry wraps up hearings, prepares report for Ramaphosa
The commission, led by retired Judge Lex Mpati, was set up by President Cyril Ramaphosa in October last year to look into any impropriety regarding investment decisions.
Good news as retail sales increase in second quarter of 2019
Statistics South Africa released the report that reflects consumer purchase trends in the retail trade industry on Tuesday.
Euphoria around Ramaphosa's new dawn quickly dying, says Mcebisi Jonas
Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas said his book was about dealing with the real issues after the euphoria of the so-called new dawn.
Caster Semenya: I’ve never felt supported by women athletes
Semenya relayed the story of how she got into running and the battles she has faced.
Jonas: Ramaphosa cannot save both ANC and SA
Former deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas said that President Cyril Ramaphosa was faced with the dilemma of choosing whether to build a unified African National Congress (ANC) or a better country.
Jonas: There’d be no state capture if ANC wasn’t captured
Mcebisi Jonas was speaking at the launch of his book 'After Dawn: Hope After State Capture' on Tuesday evening.
KZN ANC: Decision to fire Gumede has nothing to do with court case
eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede's axing was confirmed during a briefing earlier on Tuesday.
Matjila says PIC did well during his tenure, wraps up inquiry testimony
Former PIC CEO Dr Dan Matjila wrapped up his testimony on Monday and addressed allegations of impropriety at the state-owned asset manager.
Right2Know ‘concerned’ about Ramaphosa, Mkhwebane public spat
Cyril Ramaphosa was granted an application to suspend Busisiwe Mkhwebane's remedial action concerning funding for his ANC presidential election in 2017.
Municipal workers’ strike cost City of Tshwane R500m
The municipality’s Omogolo Taunyane said the interruption of the capital’s services cost the city millions of rand in losses which could not be recovered.
U-Dream Global going through 'difficult time' after SA pilots killed in crash
Des Werner and Werner Froneman were accompanying a group of South African teenagers who had built a four-seater Sling in 10 days to fly from Cape to Cairo.
Adam Catzavelos due back in court over racist video
The businessman recorded himself remarking how happy he was about the absence of black people, using the K-word in the recording.
Samwu expects City of Tshwane to set terms of salary benchmarking exercise
After days of protest bringing the capital to a complete standstill, workers were expected to return to work on Monday morning.
SA pilots killed in Tanzania plane crash identified
The men were accompanying a group of South African teenagers that had built a four-seater sling in 10 days to fly from Cape to Cairo.