Mkhwebane announces info to share with Zondo inquiry on Guptas
In a YouTube video, Busisiwe Mkhwebane explained that her office was prepared to cooperate with the commission, on condition that its chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo was well versed about the correspondence between the entities.
Study: Investigative journalism has sunk to unprecedented depths
Investigative journalism has been praised for exposing large scale corruption by high ranking government officials and for connecting the dots in the capture of the state.
Study: SABC newsrooms performed well despite troubles
SABC staffers have been threatened with retrenchments as the organisation tries to avert a disaster in the face of a budget deficit amounting to billions of rand.
SANDF can’t confirm casualties on Mozambique side after shooting
SANDF soldiers were conducting routine patrols as part of border protection when the shooting occurred on Sunday in Ndumo, along the South Africa-Mozambique border.
Manuel’s lawyer confident EFF’s application will fail
Two months ago, the party accused Manuel of corruption and nepotism in a statement against his involvement in the appointment of the new Sars commissioner.
Brace yourselves, Joburgers, you could be without water
Rand Water is planning to shut down the main B11 pipeline next Monday in order to install a valve.
Nehawu: We hope Mgidlana is found guilty of misconduct
This comes after the union criticised Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report into parliamentary secretary Gengezi Mgidlana which only found against him on three complaints out of seven.
EFF to take Manuel matter to SCA
The High Court in Johannesburg dismissed the party’s application for leave to appeal an earlier judgment that found it had made false claims against Trevor Manuel.
EFF loses appeal application in Trevor Manuel defamation case
In March, the EFF said Sars commissioner Edward Kieswetter and Trevor Manuel were friends and have a close business relationship, but without providing evidence to this effect.
ANC alliance partners to meet over Magashule 'coup'
The appointment of portfolio committee chairs has been stalled by mass resignations of former ministers on the ANC’s benches in the National Assembly.
Nehawu consulting lawyers on reviewing Mkhwebane's Mgidlana report
The Sunday Times reported on Sunday that Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report into Gengezi Mgidlana only found three complaints out of seven against him – much to the anger of the union which had raised concerns about his conduct with the public protector.
UIF apologises for glitches with new filing system
The uFiling online service is used to submit UIF declarations and for the payment of monthly contributions by employers.
Unions warn auto and mining industries of possible strike action
Wage talks between employers in the automotive industry and unions have collapsed in their infancy.
Amcu: We spent R3m on legal action against Lonmin over Sibanye takeover
Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa says their efforts to block the deal delayed the takeover by thirteen months, saving jobs in the process.
'It's time to share the profits' - Amcu to mining bosses
The trade union claims to represent 60,000 workers in the sector and has just come out of a five-month strike over wages against Sibanye-Stillwater's gold division.
Amcu tables R17,000 minimum wage demand for mineworkers
Amcu is the majority union in the platinum sector and accepted a 12.5% wage increase after initially demanding 47% in 2016.
Numsa, cabin crew members meet with SAA board over Jarana's resignation
SAA employees affiliated to the organisations staged pickets at the country’s major airports this week threatening further disruptions should Vuyani Jarana not return.
Motsepe’s lawyers head to Botswana to address political meddling claims
Last week, the founder and chairman of African Rainbow Minerals took legal action against a Botswana-based publication, demanding R6.7 million in damages after it ran a story on the allegation.