In an attempt to break the stalemate in the nationwide bus strike, the Bargaining Council and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration have put a new wage proposal on the table.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe says the death toll following seismic events at the Sibanye-Stillwater Mine in Driefontein near Carltonville now stands at five mineworkers.
The deadline for finalising the new Mining Charter is now at the end of May.
Education, health, housing and social services are set to be the biggest beneficiaries of additional funding when the Appropriation Bill is approved.
Auditor General, Kimi Makwetu says they took the decision to terminate contracts with audit firms KPMG and Nkonki Inc so at to protect the reputational damage the two can cause on the office of the AG South Africa.
Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart has agreed to sell 75 percent of the company to US retail behemoth Walmart for about $15 billion, a report said Friday, in what would be a blow to rival Amazon.
Suspended South African Revenue Service commissioner, Tom Moyane, will face violation of his duties and responsbilities charges.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies will meet next week with local steel companies affected by the higher import tariffs imposed by the United States.
The nationwide bus strike is continuing after wage talks between unions representing striking bus drivers and employer associations collapsed again in Johannesburg Thursday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told potential investors that his government is determined to address all outstanding policy uncertainties, like the Mining Charter, as soon as possible.
One mineworker of the 13 who were trapped by a rock fall following seismic activity at Sibanye Stillwater's Driefontein Mine has been brought to the surface and is receiving medical attention.
Nedbank Group says it plans to continue its relationship with KPMG South Africa as their joint external auditors.
Eskom says there will be no load shedding this year.
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers the keynote address at the Japan-Africa Public Private Economic Forum at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.
South Africa’s rand strengthened on Thursday as the U.S. Federal Reserve avoided a hawkish tone at its latest monetary policy meeting, while stocks slipped. At 1520 GMT the rand was 0.2 percent firmer at 12.6800 per dollar, after earlier trading as much as 1.1 percent stronger versus the U.S. currency. The rand gained in line […]
Thousands of mineworkers who contracted silicosis and TB are expected to receive a total of five-billion rand in compensation, following a class action settlement between major gold producers and firms representing the miners.
For the next two days, Japan and African countries will look for ways to strengthen their trade relations.
Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa has criticised the behaviour of striking workers at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic hospital.
Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan has refuted claims by the board of Transnet that it acted on the recommendations of the Wexman report.
Consumers should brace themselves for a higher cost of living in the months to come.
Unions representing striking bus drivers are set to meet with employer associations in Johannesburg again Thursday in the hope of the ending the strike that's in its third week.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba and his Tourism counterpart Derek Hanekom have announced plans to simplify the travelling of minors into the country.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says the R20 per hour minimum wage introduced by government is better than nothing.
The latest Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) shows the manufacturing sector is on its way to recovery and has erased losses incurred in March.
Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba has been giving an update on the R18 billion corruptions he has uncovered since taking over the running of the city.
Aliwal North Hospital employees are protesting outside the premises demanding the health department in the Eastern Cape to employ Human Resource personnel, including a hospital HR manager.
Trade union Nehawu at Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital in Johannesburg has denied reports that they're on strike and that they plan to shut down services at the hospital.
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The Energy department has attributed the latest fuel price hike to the unprecedented weakening of the Rand against the US Dollar and sharp international oil price increases.
Cosatu and Nehawu say workers are still being exploited in the North West and more should be done to promote workers' rights in both the private and public sectors.