Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum has not been seen publicly since being captured at sea in March while trying to flee the United Arab Emirates.
India says its business relations with South Africa remain intact despite bad publicity brought about by the Gupta family.
From a former law student at the University of Zululand to Chancellor, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo who also chairs the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture was installed on Wednesday.
Eskom’s contract with the Gupta-family linked coal supplier, Tegeta Exploration and Resources, is coming back to haunt the country. The company has been placed under business rescue and is still failing to fulfill its contract to supply coal to power-stations.
Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Advocate Michael Masutha has shown excitement on the sentence that was granted to Vicki Momberg over racial remarks against black police officers who were trying to assist her after a smash-and-grab incident
The National Assembly has approved the Political Party Funding Bill
James Hamill considers the decision by Shaun Abrahams, head of South Africa’s NPA, to charge former president Jacob Zuma.
German software company SAP finalised its investigation into contracts with Eskom and Transnet and on the 8 of March 2018, admitted making payments to Gupta-linked companies.
The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has found power utility Eskom guilty of unfair labour practice for suspending the head of legal compliance, Suzanne Daniels. Eskom has also been ordered to lift Daniels’ suspension with immediate effect and pay her a salary equivalent to five months. Daniels was suspended just days after she instructed […]
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) plans to launch a class court action against companies involved in the spread of the deadly bacteria, listeriosis, EFF leader Julius Malema said on Thursday.