Eskom confident of talks with unions about its turnaround strategy
Eskom said the decision to involve organised labour in its plans is meant to create a fertile ground for mutually beneficial engagements.
Solidarity wants to have Brian Molefe’s property seized
Brian Molefe had until Friday to pay R700,000to Solidarity for its legal costs in his unlawful early retirement case.
Zondo admits to being shocked by some evidence given at state capture inquiry
In the year that the state capture commission has been presented with oral testimonies by current and former state officials, it had heard of ministers who traded tender deals for bags of cash, chicken packs and other favours.
Police Ministry ordered to pay JHB man R300k for unlawful arrest
Bryan De Klerk’s compensation claim against the minister followed his 2012 arrest when his employer lodged a complaint of assault against him.
Over 700 witnesses notified to testify at state capture inquiry - Zondo
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said most of the individuals implicated in alleged wrongdoing were not keen on appearing at the inquiry.
Govt approves model meant to improve service delivery
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu explained the system would coordinate plans budgets and the implementation of service delivery programmes by all spheres of government.
Questions remain on application of ruling on old SA flag
The ruling does not ban the display of the apartheid flag but will control its usage in protection of those, in the main the black majority, who find it harmful.
Judge labels display of apartheid flag as divisive and retrogressive
In his ruling, Judge Phineas Mojapelo declared the gratuitous display of the apartheid flag constituted hate speech, unfair discrimination, and harassment.
Cameron: ConCourt always ensured public power triumphed
Speaking at his farewell on Tuesday, Cameron told the gallery which was packed with well-wishers, that the court had been challenged in fresh and unprecedented ways.
ConCourt upholding move to appoint land claims special master hailed
The Association for Rural Advancement said that the apex court’s decision would ensure that government departments implement claims made by labour tenants.
Justice Cameron described as a South African hero
Dikgang Moseneke said it never escaped him, Edwin Cameron, and others that their critical role was to protect the country, democracy, and other hard-won gains.
Justice Edwin Cameron deserves to be honoured at national level - Mogoeng
On Tuesday Cameron bowed out of the apex court marking an end to a 25-year judicial career, which began in the High Court.
ConCourt: Land Claims Court right to appoint special master
The apex court has dismissed the Department of Rural Development and Labour Reform’s appeal that challenged the Land Claims Court’s appointment of the special master.
‘This democracy is a facade’: Amcu president takes aim at ANC
Friday marked seven years since 34 Marikana mine workers were shot and killed by police during a protracted strike over pay. Amcu held its annual commemoration event in the mining community.
Rights group considers court to force state to pay Marikana damages
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute (Seri) said it may be forced to approach the courts after negotiations with the state over damages for families of the Marikana massacre victims deadlocked.
Mathunjwa: Marikana tragedy opened workers' eyes to their exploitation
As South Africa reflects on the Marikana massacre that claimed the lives of 34 mineworkers seven years ago on this day, mining union Amcu has described it as the epitome of a struggle for economic emancipation.
Mathunjwa: Farlam commission one of omission
Mining union Amcu said it was still considering launching a legal challenge against the Farlam commission of inquiry's findings into the Marikana massacre.
Mathunjwa: Lonmin provoking workers into another Marikana
Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa has accused management at Sibanye-Stillwater’s Lonmin mine of instigating another Marikana by offering workers paltry wage increases as salary negotiations continued in the platinum sector.