Deputy Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, David Mahlobo says communities must pay for municipal services.
The office of the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, is considering referring High Court judge, Sulet Potterill, to the Judicial Services Commission.
The .ZA Domain Name Authority ( ZADNA) says it is embarking on an awareness campaign to educate many South Africans about the importance to use a local domain to register their websites.
The South African Revenue Services (Sars) says power cuts and lower economic growth have resulted in lower revenue collection for 2018/19.
Recent power cuts and the announcement that South Africa’s power utility Eskom will be receiving R23 billion a year in government support for the foreseeable future are symptomatic of operational and financial crises at the utility.
The National Assembly has passed the Division of Revenue Bill by 211 votes against 6 votes. The Bill proposes to provide for the equitable division of revenue among national, provincial and local spheres of government.
Service delivery is reported to have collapsed in some of the eight municipalities which have been put under administration in the North West.
The 2018 African Digital Media Awards were announced in Johannesburg, on Friday – a culmination of the WAN-IFRA Digital Media Africa 2018 conference. Finalists from across the continent were honoured for their outstanding contribution to the Digital Media landscape.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says newly appointed head of legal services, Ntuthezelo Vanara, will assist the public broadcaster in ensuring adherence to good governance.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that he has signed a proclamation of a Commission of Inquiry into the South African Revenue Service.