African leaders must sort out issue of visas - Nigeria-SA Chamber of Commerce
The chamber is co-leading a business forum between the two countries on the sidelines of President Muhammadu Buhari's state visit to South Africa.
Ramaphosa, Buhari want 'equitable' representation of Africa at UN
President Cyril Ramaphosa said the UN must reflect the crucial role that the continent plays in global politics and the economy.
Ramaphosa, Buhari say lawlessness in SA, Nigeria won't be tolerated
President Cyril Ramaphosa and his Nigerian counterpart, Muhammadu Buhari, have told their citizens to respect the countries they live and do business in.
Ramaphosa to work with Buhari to help combat xenophobia, crime in SA
The presidents of the continent's two biggest economies are addressing the media at the Union Buildings on Thursday.
DA says Bathabile Dlamini still has case to answer for, despite PP exoneration
The DA referred the Sassa matter to the Public Protector after Dlamini stated that Sassa would be ready to institutionalise the distribution of social grants by 1 April 2017.
'Pay back the money,' Mkhwebane tells govt depts with findings against them
Mkhwebane released her latest reports, with many involving interference in appointments and the flouting of procurement procedures.
Mkhwebane's findings against Robert McBride puts deputy PP bid in jeopardy
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane said that during Robert McBride’s tenure, a deputy director was irregularly appointed while a whistleblower who lodged the complaint to her office, was unfairly suspended.
Mkhwebane lets former ministers Dlamini, Oliphant off the hook
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane said that former Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini did not intentionally mislead Parliament even though the Constitutional Court found that she did.
Health Anti-Corruption Forum to go after attorneys who conspired against govt
Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffery said stakeholders in the health sector have been colluding in corruption and they were aided by state lawyers.
Dhlomo: Public health sector reforms must also be extended to private health
Parliament’s Health Portfolio Committee chair Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo received the report of the health market inquiry into the private sector which was released on Monday.
Mathunjwa: Sibanye-Stillwater had no intent of improving Marikana miners' lives
Amcu was briefing the media on Tuesday about the job cuts and the ongoing wage negotiations in the platinum sector.
SIU, NPA take aim at corrupt healthcare officials, vow to deal with them
The two units form part of the health sector anti-corruption forum launched by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday and said it was coming for all those who had their hands in the cookie jar in all the provinces.
'It costs lives': Ramaphosa blasts corruption in health sector
The president launched the Health Sector Anti-Corruption Forum in Tshwane, which was a collaboration between law enforcement, the private sector, and civil society to deal with losses now estimated at R22 billion.
SIU’s special tribunal to recover R14.7bn lost to corruption – dept
President Cyril Ramaphosa also launched another key body of the Health Sector Anti-Corruption Forum in Tshwane.
Forum to fight corruption in health sector
Members of government, practitioner associations and civic groups are expected to sign the terms of reference, which include the need to fast track a whistle-blowing policy to encourage reporting.
Mediclinic: We're not involved in anti-competitive behaviour
Mediclinic said it welcomed the opportunity to present its submissions to the inquiry, which it said proved that it upheld high ethical standards.
Private health market overcharging consumers with no clear outcomes - report
The findings of the inquiry into private health recommended a new tariff regime and a regulator to set prices in consultation with practitioners, hospitals and funders.
Private healthcare report: Various role players colluded to rob consumers
The commission’s inquiry has found that health practitioners had been sending patients to private hospitals unnecessarily, just because medical schemes would pay.