The South African government is committed to addressing the structural constraints to growing the economy and improving public finances, and restoring business and consumer confidence and catalysing inclusive growth are the top priorities, the National Treasury said on Saturday.
Labour union Solidarity has rejected the apology and explanation forwarded by former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe that the power utility pension fund administrators have erred in paying him the 30 million rand pension.
Saftu says it is confident that it will reach one million members by next week.
The South Africa Reserve Bank says the poor state of government finances points to more job losses in the public sector.
Trade union Solidarity has called on former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to pay back the pension money he received from the power utility or face criminal charges.
Members of the Public Enterprises Committee of the National Assembly, including the evidence leader Ntuthuzelo Vanara, on Tuesday grilled former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe during his testimony to the inquiry into Eskom.
The SA National Defence Force says there is nothing strange about Brian Molefe being called up work with them, as he has been an honorary Colonel and a reservist since 2009.
Mpumalanga mayor is leaving in fear after receiving death threats on his phone. This comes after numerous disagreements with shop owners in Mkhondo Municipality.
Parliament has confirmed that it has received a serious complaint against one of its members and that it has asked the ethics committee to probe the matter.
President Jacob Zuma has reiterated government’s commitment to supporting struggling state-owned enterprises such as Eskom, the SAA and the SABC.