Cwele: Govt working to urgently improve Post Office infrastructure
Minister Siyabonga Cwele says work is continuously being done to ensure the Post Office fully takes over the payment of social grants as ordered by the ConCourt.
Social Development ‘making great progress in phasing in Post Office’
The Constitutional Court has given Sassa until the end of September to terminate its invalid contract with Cash Paymaster Services.
DA hopes Sassa inquiry will hold Dlamini accountable over social grants crisis
On Thursday, the court ordered Sassa and it's then acting CEO Pearl Bhengu to cover the costs of an urgent application to extend the agency's contract with cps.
Deputy Police Minister wants full report into TUT student’s death
Hundreds of TUT students marched to the offices of Minister Bheki Cele on Wednesday, demanding swift action after the death of slain TUT student Katlego Monareng.
DA 'disappointed' by ruling exonerating Dlamini from paying Sassa’s legal costs
The court has ordered Sassa and its CEO Pearl Bhengu to cover the costs of an urgent application to extend the agency’s contract with Cash Paymaster Services.
Sassa, former CEO ordered to pay legal costs of bid to extend CPS contract
The pair have been ordered to pay in their official capacity, which means that taxpayers will have to incur the costs.
CPS receives final payment instructions from Sassa
September will be the last month that CPS will be providing payment services at pay points for social grant beneficiaries before it's contract expires.
Eskom: Some employees may still face disciplinary action despite wage deal
After months of negotiations the two unions have agreed on a 7.5% increase for the first year and a 7% increase for the following two years.
Some foreign shop owners flee Soweto following violence, looting
Locals looted shops and attacked foreign businesses on Wednesday, accusing them of selling expired and fake food products.
Protesting TUT students start fire outside Cele’s offices
The students are marching over the death of Katlego Monareng, who was shot dead, allegedly by police, when violence broke out at the Soshanguve Campus.
Foreign-owned shops looted in protest ‘over electricity’ in Heidelberg
Police say protest over electricity turned violent on Monday night, adding community members targeted local businesses.
MultiChoice to announce successful bidder for channel replacing Afro Worldview
Earlier this month, MultiChoice pulled the plug on Afro Worldview, formerly known as ANN7.
Dirco requests meeting with US officials over Trump land reform tweet
Trump sparked outrage last week following a tweet in which he announced that he's asked his secretary of state to closely study farm seizures and the killing of farmers in South Africa.
ANC welcomes Justice Dept's move to assist arrested Fees Must Fall students
Student activists have been protesting at the Union Buildings, calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to grant amnesty to those arrested during the protests.
Activists urge SA to intensify calls for release of Fees Must Fall protesters
Justice Minister Michael Masutha says that while his department will assist the students, there will be no blanket exemption from prosecution or presidential pardons.
Dept to help students arrested in fees protests 'without interfering with law'
Justice Minister Michael Masutha has given an update following a meeting with student activists who have been protesting at the Union Buildings.
EFF gives police deadline to arrest Adam Catzavelos
In a video that’s gone viral, Catzavelos is heard boasting about being on a Greek beach without a single black person in sight.
#AdamCatzavelos: EFF calls for boycott of 'businesses owned by racists'
EFF's Mandisa Mashego says citizens have a responsibility to stand up against racism where ever it appears.