Rand Water says technicians working to repair burst pipeline
The pipe burst on Friday and taps started running dry on Saturday.
Makhura calls for more policing in Joburg CBD after clashes during raid
Street vendors stoned police vehicles when police tried to seize fake goods from them.
Ramaphosa must not act against Gordhan just yet - lawyer
Lawyer for Pravin Gordhan, Michelle le Roux, argued that if the court compelled Cyril Ramaphosa to take action against her client and the review succeeded, the president would have acted for nothing.
Ramaphosa's inaction against Gordhan doesn't mean he won't act, court told
President Ramaphosa’s lawyer Advocate Hamilton Maenetje argued that the office of the Public Protector served the public and if her remedial action was temporarily suspended it would not jeopardise the public interest.
Acting Tshwane mayor: Law & order must be maintained
The capital has been on lockdown for four days now - with municipal workers affiliated to union Samwu blocking entrances to the CBD with buses and trucks.
Moyo to continue engaging with Old Mutual in fight to retain job
Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo said he would wait for direction from his senior counsel before deciding what to do next in his battle to retain his job.
Moyo: Old Mutual broke the law for not allowing me to work
Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo was at the insurance provider's head office in Sandton on Wednesday after the High Court in Johannesburg ruled that he be reinstated.
Moyo to continue working while Old Mutual appeals his reinstatement
On Tuesday, the High Court in Johannesburg ruled the dismissal was unlawful and ordered that he be temporarily reinstated.
Saica backs Freeman Nomvalo’s appointment as Eskom restructuring officer
The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (Saica) said it understood the implication of a sovereign downgrade if the utility was not guided by responsible leadership.
Financial oversight at Eskom improved during tenure, says outgoing CEO Hadebe
Eskom incurred a loss of R20.7 billion and amassed debt of R440 billion.
Freeman Nomvalo appointed Eskom’s chief restructuring officer
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan made the announcement at Megawatt Park, in Johannesburg, during the results announcement on Tuesday afternoon.
Eskom leadership stability is important, says acting CEO Mabuza
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan announced that Eskom board chair and CEO Jabu Mabuza would hold the dual role for the next three months following the resignation of Phakamani Hadebe in May.
IoDSA: Mabuza's dual Eskom role could dilute accountability
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan announced on Monday that Jabu Mabuza would play a dual role for three months while Eskom looks for a permanent CEO.
Mabuza appointment as Eskom head to ensure continuity: public enterprises
Minister Pravin Gordhan announced that Jabu Mabuza would be acting in both positions for the next three months.
Ramaphosa: We need to improve schools to match fourth industrial revolution
President Cyril Ramaphosa said the country and its teachers needed to change the direction of secondary school education to develop relevant skills to match the fourth industrial revolution.
Protesting Tshwane bus drivers could face disciplinary action
Several roads in the capital were gridlocked on Monday morning with buses blocking the routes, which made main roads inaccessible to vehicles.
Matjila set to continue testimony after PIC Inquiry given another extension
When he first instituted the commission, President Ramaphosa had given it until 15 April to submit a report but that was extended to the end of July. The commission has now been granted another extension to submit the final report at the end of October.
Fedusa gives Gauteng Transport MEC Friday deadline to meet demands
Workers in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban embarked on a demonstration over unsafe working conditions