Case against former Aurora executives postponed to August
The company's former executives including Khulubuse Zuma, Zondwa Mandela and Thulani Ngubane were accused of causing environmental damage at Grootvelei mine.
Pandor: Ambassadors should display high levels of integrity
Pandor said she was planning to meet with President Cyril Ramaphosa to discuss the deployment of Bruce Koloane as ambassador to the Netherlands.
Pandor, Ramaphosa to discuss fate of Koloane as ambassador
Bruce Koloane confessed to pushing for the illegal Gupta plane landing at the Waterkloof Air Force Base in 2013, after being presented with evidence.
Pandor: Ramaphosa should consider recalling Koloane as ambassador to Netherlands
Pressure is mounting for President Cyril Ramaphosa to act against Bruce Koloane after shocking revelations at the Zondo Commission.
Mkhwebane failed to report facts on Sars 'rogue unit' - Gordhan's lawyers
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's lawyers have accused Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane of failing to investigate the facts behind the establishment on the so-called South African Revenue Services (Sars) rogue unit.
Brakpan mom, three children found dead in home
Their bodies were discovered in Sallies Village on Wednesday - the house was also set alight.
SAHRC wants no less than R200k from Catzavelos over K-word utterances
The commission said that while the businessman has admitted that his conduct amounted to hate speech, the compensation fee was part of the process to secure appropriate redress for human rights violations.
SAHRC: Adam Catzavelos wants to settle hate speech case out of court
Businessman Adam Catzavelos faced three separate matters relating to his racist remarks including in the Equality Court and in Greece.
Ramaphosa sets out plan for preparing youth for future jobs
Ramaphosa says millions of young people will be trained in digital science and other technological innovations to prepare the youth for future jobs.
SA needs to position itself as global competitive player, says Ramaphosa
Ramaphosa was speaking at the 4th Industrial Revolution Summit in Midrand.
Makhura: Corrupt Gauteng officials' days are numbered
Gauteng Premier David Makhura said that efforts were in place to clean up his government, warning that the days of those involved in corrupt activities were numbered.
Lesufi: Dept doesn't have money to repair schools vandalised by communities
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said that his department is standing firm on its stance not to use government funds to repair schools destroyed by communities.
DA gives Gauteng premier until August to scrap e-tolls or face dispute motion
The Democratic Alliance (DA) said it would bring a motion of an inter-governmental dispute next month if Premier David Makhura failed to dismantle e-tolls in Gauteng.
Cele: Private security must work with police to stop law enforcement rot
Police Minister Bheki Cele said it was no secret that some private security guards and police officers are part of criminal syndicates.
Cele: Private security companies should not be undermined
Role players in the private security industry have gathered there to put their heads together and come up with ways of addressing challenges facing the sector.
Motshekga: Dept to monitor why teachers spend less time teaching
A new survey has found that the country's teachers only spend 66% of classroom time teaching as opposed to an international average of 78%.
Motshekga: TALIS findings a useful benchmark for improving education sector
The Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) revealed, amongst other things, that levels of violence and intimidation at South African schools were among the highest of those nations surveyed.
It's not all doom and gloom, says Motshekga after findings on SA schools
The minister launched the Talis report on Tuesday, which investigated the conditions of teaching and learning in schools across the world.