Public Protector Mkhwebane confident of being cleared of wrongdoing
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is facing three counts of perjury for lying in court in a legal review application of an Absa-Bankorp report about her meetings with former President Jacob Zuma.
Court orders Prasa to reinstate fired executives
The court said Artha Ngoyo, Tiro Holele and Nathi Khena should be reinstated to their positions.
AfriForum: Govt says private sector not prevented from buying vaccines
They say government does not have the ability to manage the vaccine process on its own adding that the private sector must be involved in the full vaccine value chain.
Members of private SA military firm hired in Moz killed civilians: report
A report by rights group Amnesty International is accusing both the government and the al-Shabaab linked insurgents of war crimes against civilians, including killings, dismemberment, torture and abductions.
Alcohol, tobacco industries 'shocked' as prices hiked on booze, cigarettes
During his 2021 Budget speech on Wednesday, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announced that drinkers and smokers will be paying 8% more.
‘SAPS serve interests of white elite’ – Numsa condemns arrests at Saftu march
Two people were arrested in Cape Town during Wednesday’s nationwide demonstration over concerns around the economy, including the high unemployment rate.
Sars' Kieswetter not concerned by Treasury not adding new tax collection streams
Commissioner Kieswetter said that despite there not being substantive tax hikes, there was still wiggle room to improve the efficiency of collection.
Sin tax hikes in the interest of health, explains Mboweni
The increase in excise duties on cigarettes and alcohol was fairly predictable, with Minister Tito Mboweni explaining their decision as one not only motivated by raising, but also in the interest of health.
Mboweni's budget dishonest, unaspiring, say opposition parties
The Democratic Alliance (DA)'s Geordin Hill-Lewis said that it was concerning that Mboweni did not mention what would happen to state-owned entities such as South African Airways (SAA).
Chief Diko II to be laid to rest on Tuesday
The AmaBhaca kingdom said the late chief will be laid to rest on 2 March at eLundzini, KwaBhaca.
Ramaphosa sends condolences to Diko following death of her husband
His family said he was admitted at an Eastern Cape hospital last week due to abdominal pain and passed away on Sunday.
4 suspects remanded in custody after appearing in court for stolen copper
They appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Tuesday accused of tempering and damaging essential infrastructure.
DA withdraws court bid against govt on COVID vaccine strategy
Earlier this month, the DA approached the court wanting to declare government's conduct in preparing to administer the jabs as irrational and unconstitutional.
COVID-19: 151 more deaths recorded in the last 24 hours
A total of 48,859 people here at home have succumbed to COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic in March last year.
SAA was denied request to fetch J&J vaccine due to lack of safety details
The Aviation Authority said it denied SAA's initial request to take to the sky on Sunday due to SAA's failure to provide adequate details on safety mitigation measures for the crew deck.
Kathrada Foundation lambasts Zuma for snubbing Zondo Commission
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has approached the Constitutional Court asking that the former president be sent to jail for being in contempt of court.
UPDATE: Workers trapped in ArcelorMittal building collapse found dead
The steel firm said that a portion of a 90-meter stack caved in and fell onto a battery control room where the trio were working in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Rescue op under way after explosion at ArcelorMittal plant in Vanderbijlpark
Emergency services are at the scene conducting a search and rescue mission that will not trigger another explosion.