Gordhan to take Mkhwebane's ruling in Sars pension matter on review
In a statement on Friday Gordhan’s lawyers said they had advised their client that “the Public Protector’s findings, are totally wrong both in fact and in law”.
IEC: SG Maluleke’s report reveals ‘negligible risks’ from double voting
It said the validation exercise was conducted independently by Statistics South Africa based on voting station result data from 1,020 voting stations.
Chris Maroleng ‘devastated’ by dismissal from SABC
The public broadcaster's board met on Tuesday to consider the findings and recommendations of his recent disciplinary hearing.
PIC denies report it’s considering Kennedy Bungane as CEO
Citing unnamed people, 'Bloomberg' reported that the PIC is considering Kennedy Bungane, formerly of Absa as its new CEO.
Sibanye-Stillwater, Amcu seal wage deal
Amcu agreed to take a 5.5% pay rise for the first year and 5.5% or the consumer inflation rate, whichever is the greater, in years two and three.
SA tourism body optimistic government will regulate ‘unfair’ Airbnb
Tourism Business Council of South Africa said it had spoken to the tourism department about its concerns and was optimistic about an upcoming amendment to the Tourism Act.
Man shot outside JHB primary school
It is understood the victim had been picking up a pupil when the shooting occurred.
Eskom thanks SA for ‘understanding’ as grid remains vulnerable
The cash-strapped utility says it’s battling capacity shortages, due to problems at its power stations.
Several JHB northern suburbs without power
The utility says its technicians and those from Eskom are working to restore power, but they are not yet able to say when electricity will be fully restored.
BP found guilty of building filling stations without clearance
A guilty verdict could mean jail time or - more likely in this case - a fine based on multiples of the value of the filling stations the company built.
Financial support for Eskom is not enough, warns Moody's
Earlier this year, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni allocated a R69 billion financial support package over the next three years to help Eskom service its debts.
Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona suspended - report
According to Fin24, the SA Tourism board is investigating allegations made against Sisa Ntshona via its anonymous tip-offs reporting mechanism.
Govt condemns attacks on foreign nationals in KZN, Limpopo
This follows attacks on foreign nationals in the two provinces over the last two days which resulted in some of them seeking refuge at police stations and a mosque.
Sars obtains interim court order against striking employees
Nehawu and PSA members went on strike earlier on Thursday demanding an 11% salary hike while Sars is offering 7%.
UN hits out at IAAF plan to classify female athletes by testosterone levels
South Africa’s Olympic 800-meter champion Caster Semenya is challenging the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) over its bid to restrict levels of testosterone in female runners.
City of Joburg formalises plans to minimise load shedding disruptions
The city said on Wednesday load shedding had already led to induced outages on its aged electrical infrastructure and substations.
JHB teens arrested after man (40) murdered
The boy and girl, both aged 16, are accused of injecting a 40-year-old man with drugs while he was sleeping.
Ramaphosa: Govt working closely with Eskom to end load shedding
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he continues to receive daily updates on the grid and has prioritised the stabilisation of Eskom.