Cabinet: Recovery plan will build confidence, place SA on new investment path
Cabinet has announced that it had approved the setting up of a national economic recovery council which will be responsible for the regular monitoring and implementation of the country's new economic plan.
Cabinet welcomes Hawks' recent high-profile corruption, fraud arrests
The Hawks have arrested high-profile businesspeople with political connections over fraud in the procurement of PPE for health workers in the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
PBC: Budget must focus on improving the composition of expenditure
The coalition, comprised of various civil society organisations, has called the report ‘an alternative human rights budget’.
Bushiri’s church says his arrest is ‘war’, but he’ll abide by the law
Bushiri and his wife were expected to appear in the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Pretoria on Wednesday after they were arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of being involved in a money laundering transaction amounting to R102 million along with another couple.
Competition Commission signs agreement with PnP to eliminate exclusive leases
This is in compliance with recommendations of the Grocery Retail Market Inquiry, which among others, highlighted that such agreements between businesses and property managers has an adverse impact on other industry players.
Hawks arrest Prophet Bushiri, wife for money laundering amounting to R102m
This is the second arrest of the couple by the Hawks in as many months, with the current preceded by a February 2019 action over a suspected R15 million money-laundering scheme.
Angelo Agrizzi's medical situation deteriorating, says lawyer
Daniel Witz said that his client was in a serious condition, saying that doctors worked all night to stabilise him at the health facility after he was moved on Monday.
SABC: More staffers now in firing line
In a communique to the staff at the public broadcaster, the management outlined how they planned to serve similar dismissal letters to what they call a "second cohort" before the end of the year.
SA revises list of high-risk COVID-19 countries down to 22
The United States, United Kingdom and France are still included on the list.
Agrizzi transferred to external public hospital as his health deteriorates
Angelo Agrizzi's lawyers said his health deteriorated after spending one night behind bars after his bail application was denied in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court.
Corruption accused Agrizzi taken to hospital after spending night in jail
It is understood that he was being taken to hospital because the prison cannot provide him with the medical care that he needs.
Corruption accused Agrizzi files notice of motion to appeal denied bail bid
Angelo Agrizzi, whose lawyers say has permanent serious medical conditions, was denied bail after the State argued that his accumulation of undeclared foreign-based assets made him a flight risk.
Angelo Agrizzi denied bail after failing to disclose offshore investments
On Wednesday, the court heard how Agrizzi should be released from prison after he was charged with corruption and bribery.
Angelo Agrizzi denied bail in corruption and bribery case
Magistrate Phillip Venter said that he was satisfied with the State's case that Agrizzi had the financial means to set up and sustain a comfortable lifestyle outside the country's borders.
Releasing Agrizzi on bail not in interest of justice, argues State
Angelo Agrizzi has been charged in relation to bribes of R800,000 which were paid to former African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament Vincent Smith, whose case was postponed to 3 December.
Corruption accused Agrizzi has been compliant with law, says lawyer in bail bid
Angelo Agrizzi is facing corruption and bribery charges, along with former African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament Vincent Smith, whose matter was postponed to 3 December earlier on Wednesday.
Ex-ANC MP Vincent Smith’s corruption case postponed to December
State prosecutors told the court on Wednesday they had experienced difficulties with accessing their offices due to COVID-19, and they had not shared critical documents with Smith’s lawyers.
Advertising board: Consumers must force firms to take transformation seriously
Speaking at a government webinar on the state of the industry, the Advertising Regulatory Board’s Didi Bojosi explained that there was a disjuncture between creativity and knowledge in the sector.