Mashaba wants to go to Parly to highlight ‘dysfunctional state’ of Home Affairs
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he wrote to the chairperson of Parliament's Portfolio Committee for Home Affairs Bongani Bongo requesting to make representations.
Ministers to lose more perks, hints PSA Minister Mchunu
In the face of the tough economic challenges and job cuts in the sector, the minister said his department was looking at cutting luxurious benefits from the executive.
Former Aurora mine directors expected back in court
The company's former executives, including Khulubuse Zuma and Zondwa Mandela, were accused of causing environmental damage at the Grootvlei mine.
Police stations need to do more to protect communities - MEC Mazibuko
The MEC said Vlakfontein residents would be getting their own safety kiosks where they can get help to report crime.
All services fully restored after strike - City of Tshwane
Municipal workers brought the CBD to a standstill over pay disparities. They were demanding a pay hike of 18% which had been offered to managers.
Media Monitoring Africa hopes SABC recovers from current crisis
As the SABC prepares to take action against those implicated in editorial interference, Media Monitoring Africa said it hoped that the embattled public broadcaster would employ ruthless editorial policies that strongly promote independence.
Patients suffered because of medical aid schemes’ decisions, inquiry told
Last week, the Section 59 investigation panel heard various submissions from different entities following claims of racial profiling by medical aid schemes.
SABC: Employees implicated in wrongdoing will be held to account
The SABC was in the process of taking to court over 30 of its employees found to have been irregularly appointed, with the number expected to rise following the release of the inquiry’s report.
HR decisions ordered by Motsoeneng at SABC must be reviewed - commission
The report made a number of recommendations, including those instructions given to the HR department by former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng be looked into.
SABC staff were gripped by anger and fear, commission report finds
The commission’s chairperson Dr Joe Thloloe on Monday released a report into editorial interference on Monday.
Rand Water repairs burst pipeline, says supply to be restored
Technicians spent the weekend working to fix the pipeline after a valve was vandalised.
WATCH: SABC suffers from capricious use of power to terrorise staff
A commission chaired by veteran journalist Joe Thloloe was established in May last year to look into alleged personal favours in the newsroom and within the organisation.
Court to rule on Sanef case against EFF over 'intimidation' of journalists
Sanef approached the court on behalf of five journalists after they were attacked by party leader Julius Malema and his supporters.
Mashaba blames Home Affairs for Joburg CBD chaos
Angry traders pelted stones at police vehicles this week after their products were seized by police.
Mondo Mazwai appointed new head of Competition Tribunal
Mondo Mazwai, who is the organisation's first black female chair, took over from Norman Manoim who served two terms at the tribunal.
Govt condemns JHB violent clash between traders, law enforcement
The justice, crime and prevention cluster said it was appalled by a mob that tried to stop law enforcement agencies from carrying out their duties.
Tshwane municipal workers to return to work following wage agreement
The City of Tshwane committed to no longer paying its senior executives, an 18% salary increase until it had gone through a benchmarking exercise.
Mkhwebane to study latest court ruling against her
The court found parts of Mkhwebane's report invalid and directed the remedial action of those implicated in the Bapo Ba Mogale matter be reviewed and set aside.