Train services fully operational in some provinces except Gauteng - Prasa
The unions planned demonstrations in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria and Durban on Friday.
Fedusa confident more workers will join Metrorail strike
Less than 60 demonstrators started their march to the office of Gauteng Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo at the Johannesburg city centre.
Striking Metrorail workers ready to march to Gauteng Transport MEC's office
The workers are taking part in a nationwide strike over what they say are unsafe working conditions.
Stranded Soweto train commuters back rail safety strike
Employees affiliated to the Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) and its affiliate the United Transport & Allied Trade Union (Untu) will be demonstrating, with marches planned in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, and Durban.
Finding new PIC CEO will be difficult task, says chair Reuel Khoza
Newly appointed interim Public Investment Corporation (PIC) board chair Reuel Khoza said that a permanent CEO would be appointed in the next three to six months.
Matjila denies having friendship with Iqbal Survé
The former PIC CEO shed light on the Sekunjalo Investment Holdings-Sagarmatha deal from September 2017.
Dan Matjila’s lawyers unhappy with line of questioning at PIC inquiry
Former PIC CEO Dan Matjila has been testifying at the commission into allegations of impropriety at the corporation.
PIC Inquiry: Dan Matjila to give clarity on Sekunjalo transactions
Former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) boss Dan Matjila started giving his testimony on the transaction on Tuesday, where he clarified that the PIC spent R888.3 million on the deal and not R2 billion as reported by the media.
Matjila details how a PIC server got compromised
Former PIC boss Dan Matjila has gone into detail about the period when a man known only as James Nogu was distributing emails containing leaked confidential information.
PIC Inquiry: Dan Matjila to detail his probe into PIC document leaks
Former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CEO Dan Matjila returns to the PIC inquiry for the ninth day on Tuesday.
Matjila: I didn’t know Erin Energy was insolvent when PIC invested in it
The Public Investment Corporation lost R330 million in a deal with Erin Energy Corporation.
Joburg Mayor Mashaba writes to MEC Maile over Lenasia south protests
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said there was a need for him and Gauteng Housing MEC Lebogang Maile to work together to avoid the trends of the past.
Chilly temperatures expected across SA as cold front heads to CT
The South African Weather Service's Edward Engelbrecht said that Gauteng can expect colder mornings over the next few days.
Mkhwebane: All issues considered for Ramaphosa probe fell within mandate
Public Protector Advocate Busisiswe Mkhwebane said she had no doubt that she exercised her powers and performed her functions without fear, favour or prejudice as required by the Constitution.
ANC unity threatened by Zuma state capture revelations
ANC leaders have been quick to take sides as Jacob Zuma told the commission about spies within the party dating as far back as the 1990s, while they were still in the struggle.
At least 50 injured in chemical gas explosion in Olifantsfontein
Patients are being treated in various hospitals.
Ex-PIC CEO Matjila shares details of R1.7bn Tosaco deal
Dan Matjila told the PIC commission that Lawrence Mulaudzi’s Kilimanjaro Capital and Sipho Mseleku’s Sakhumnotho were the finalists to receive funding from the PIC to buy Tosaco shares.
PIC investment decisions were carefully analysed, inquiry told
The former PIC CEO said while he was at the PIC, no person, especially not him, could approve deals on their own.