Tshwane ANC calls for Moeketsi Mosola to be suspended or step down
The recent auditor-general's report showed the city incurred billions of rand in irregular and fruitless expenditure.
PIC commission can't ignore racism claims against evidence leader - analysts
Legal expert Advocate Mahlodi Muofhe said that the allegations need to be thoroughly tested by the commission before any action is taken against Advocate Jannie Lubbe.
Workers at Lanxess mine to return to work after sit-in
Workers at the Lanxess Chrome Mine in Rustenburg will return to work Monday after staging a sit-in for over a week.
Court maintains Momberg’s conduct was reprehensible, unremorseful
The convicted racist was found guilty of four counts of crimen injuria for verbally abusing police officers in 2016 and using the k-word 48 times.
Court: Vicki Momberg showed no remorse, sentence justified
She was found guilty of four counts of crimen injuria and sentenced to two years behind bars after hurling racial slurs at police officers in 2016 using the k-word 48 times.
All employees have been paid full salaries – Prasa
Payments were delayed by 24 hours after a technical glitch, leaving workers in the Metrorail and Prasa corporate departments unpaid.
Racist Vicki Momberg's bid to appeal conviction, sentence dismissed
Momberg used the K-word 48 times as she verbally abused a police officer in 2016.
Sarb in talks with Ramaphosa, Mboweni to replace outgoing deputy governor
He leaves amid speculation that he will replace Maria Ramos as the CEO of Absa after her exit in February.
Numsa to present proposal to members after meeting with Lanxess Mine
At least 290 mineworkers were part of the sit-in over allegations of sexual harassment and the dismissal of 56 of their colleagues.
Eskom: We can't keep replacing transformers in areas with illegal connections
This after the power utility was accused of refusing to repair a power transformer that exploded in Diepsloot, which left residents without electricity for over five weeks.
SAHRC to meet with Agrizzi for possible settlement over K-word remarks
The commission took Angelo Agrizzi to court after he was heard in a recording submitted to the Zondo commission earlier this year using the k-word.
Ambulance crew robbed at gunpoint in Soweto, CT paramedics attack condemned
The City of Joburg’s Emergency Management Services said they were attacked while responding to a call and their belongings stolen.
Technical glitch leads to delay in Prasa workers receiving salaries
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) said that some of its employees will only receive their salaries on Friday due to a technical glitch.
Sars won’t comment on probe into Bosasa's tax affairs
According to media reports, Gavin Watson was summoned to appear before the inquiry on Wednesday to answer questions under oath about Bosasa’s tax affairs.
Inquiry hears how businessman tried to make PIC, SA Home Loans pay R45m for deal
Zakheni Dlamini, who is director of business development at SA Home Loans, testified on Wednesday morning at the inquiry into alleged impropriety at the corporation.
Marcus says More equally to blame for PIC mess
Through most of Matshepo More's testimony, Gill Marcus asked her to give insight on what she knows about the running of the PIC and not to refer the commissioners to other employees.
Numsa calls on govt to intervene in Lanxess mine stalemate
National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has called on the government to intervene and assist in negotiating a peaceful end to the standoff.
Suspended acting PIC CEO More blames Ayo deal on Matjila
She gave details of the controversial R4.3 billion Ayo Technologies deal that's suspected to have been secured through the flouting of procedure.