Icasa and SABC briefing is taking place at Portfolio Committee on Communications in Parliament
The Minister of Finance is introducing the new Board members to the media and to SAA staff.
The local currency continues to falter, trading in excess of R14 against the US dollar
The national union of mine workers has called on the department of minerals and energy to withdraw the mining licence of Sibanyi Gold.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will march against the retrenchment of two thousand workers by Sibanye Gold Stillwaters in Westonaria on Gauteng's West Rand on Monday.
Two Cape Town wine making companies are optimistic that this week’s investment and trade initiative (ITI) to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will give them an opportunity to expand their footprint to the DRC and neighbouring countries. Wine makers Aslina and Robinson & Sinclair are part of the 29 business people delegation to the […]
The National Union of Mineworkers(NUM) will march against the retrenchment of two thousand workers by Sibanye Gold Stillwaters in Westonaria on the westrand on Monday.
Minister for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Department, Des Van Rooyen, says there is a need of strengthening the capacity of local municipalities to deliver basic services to the residents.
Taxpayer’s will, over and above the R30 billion Gautrain construction price tag, have paid well over R50 billion for this service if current subsidy levels continue, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. The current Gautrain subsidy was the largest single item of expenditure in the budget of the Gauteng roads and transport department, making up […]
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is currently meeting with the new South African Airways (SAA) board led by Jabu Magwaza, which starts its duties Friday.
Tiso Blackstar group, formerly Times Media is again undergoing a restructuring process that is expected to affect staff at its print and digital publications.
Cosatu has accused precious metals producer Sibanye-Stillwater of not making adequate plans ahead of its decision to lay off more than 5000 gold mineworkers in Randfontein, Gauteng.
Two mineworkers who were rescued Thursday night after being trapped underground at AngloGold's Ashanti's Mponeng mine near Caltonville west of Johannesburg are reported to be in a stable condition in hospital.
The Western Cape government says it's doing its best to improve the plight of farmworkers and their families.
Eastern Cape Transport Department has assured airline passengers between Mthatha and Johannesburg that technical problems that were experienced in the past two days have been resolved.
Consumers will pay more for brown bread due to a technical change contained in the recent Taxation Laws Amendment Bill 2017.
Johannesburg's City Power is to lay criminal charges including against some of its sub-contractors for allegedly stealing R80 million worth of infrastructure.
The Western Cape has, for the fourth consecutive year, produced the best results in the Auditor-General's report on national and provincial audit outcomes.
Populism is a political phenomenon that has left many investors uncertain of the world's economic direction.
State-owned freight and logistics company Transnet said on Thursday that 100% of marine operations at the Port of Durban have resumed following a violent storm in KwaZulu-Natal last month.
National Treasury has until Monday to review the social grants distribution process and come up with measures to resolve problematic issues between Social Security Agency, Sassa and the Post Office.
A mediation process between the SABC Board and worker unions is due to start shortly.
A strike at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is underway, with many permanent staff not reporting for early-morning duty. Programmes on SAfm and some other stations will be affected. A meeting on Thursday between the SABC management and the two workers union, the Broadcasting, Electronic, Media & Allied Workers Union (Bemawu) and the Communication […]
Facebook Inc faced harsh criticism in Washington on Wednesday over its failure to prevent Russian operatives from using its platform for election meddling.
Staff at the SABC say they will be going on strike on Thursday despite mediation efforts.
The office of the Auditor-General has asked Parliament for more powers to deal with rampant abuse of public resources
Free State Premier Ace Magashule has appealed to black-controlled industries in Botshabelo, east of Bloemfontein, to support one another to improve economic development.
The probe into the sale of the country's crude oil reserves once again came under the spotlight when Energy minister, David Mahlobo and his department appeared before parliament on Tuesday.
South Africans woke up to a fuel price hike on Wednesday morning that will have a domino effect on other necessities such as food. Motorists will pay 4c for a litre of 93 and 95 octane fuels and between 23c and 27c for diesel. Illuminating paraffin has also risen by 21c. According to reports, this […]
South African precious metals producer Sibanye-Stillwater confirmed on Wednesday that it had laid off more than 2,000 gold miners as it shuts its loss-making Cooke shafts where illegal mining syndicates have plagued its operations.