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Western Cape water crisis an opportunity for innovation - Zille
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille on Tuesday compared the ongoing drought in the Western Cape to load shedding in 2008, saying it was an opportunity for the country to innovate. "This is an...
Saftu 'shocked' by Ramatlhodi's revelations on Molefe, Guptas
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) is shocked by former mining minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi’s allegation that Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and chairperson Ben Ngubane tried to pressure...
Molefe resigned as Eskom CEO to get Cabinet position - Western Cape SACP
Western Cape South African Communist Party (SACP) secretary Benson Ngqentsu believes Brian Molefe returned as Eskom CEO after he failed to secure a ministerial position in government. Ngqentsu was...
Minister sees no land expropriation without payment
The African National Congress (ANC) is not likely to approve any expropriation of land from white farmers without paying compensation, the agriculture minister said on Tuesday after President Jacob...
16 May 2017
Higher education dept to invest R6.9bn in infrastructure in 2017/18
The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) will invest R6.9-billion on major new infrastructure developments at local universities and technical and vocational education and training...
Nothing off the table when it comes to coalition talks – Maimane
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has said he has opened up coalition talks ahead of the 2019 general election. During his speech on Tuesday on the realignment of politics, Maimane said...
Violent protests may be linked to SA’s violent past – State Security Minister
The violence associated with service delivery protests in South Africa could perhaps be linked to the violent nature of protests during the struggle against apartheid, State Security Minister David...
ANC top leaders toss Molefe issue back to government
The African National Congress's (ANC's) top leadership has referred the issue of Brian Molefe's return to Eskom to government to resolve. The party has confirmed that its top six met with Public...
Malikane's 'utterances will be aligned with government policies' – Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says that his controversial advisor's "utterances will be aligned with government policies" from now on. Since being appointed as Gigaba's advisor, Chris Malikane – a...
SACP protesters call on entire Eskom board to resign
The Western Cape South African Communist Party (SACP) on Tuesday staged an illegal protest in front of the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), calling for the entire Eskom board to...
We don't know how Dlamini got her R6bn figure - Sassa CEO
The South Africa Social Security Agency (Sassa) CEO Thokozani Magwaza has told MPs that he does not know where Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini got the suggested R6-billion figure for...
If we get the secret ballot, Zuma's time as president will be over – Malema
Opposition parties that are fighting to have a vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma done through secret ballot have emerged confident following 10 hours of proceedings in the...
Ipid recommends that Phahlane be suspended
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has told MPs that acting national police commissioner General Khomotso Phahlane should be suspended to prevent him interfering in Ipid...
Opposition parties optimistic Constitutional Court will rule in their favour
Opposition parties said on Monday that they were confident that the Constitutional Court will rule in their favour after arguing their case for a secret motion of no confidence vote against...
Mugabe minister warns Zuma against 'copying' Zim's 'land reform agenda'
A Zimbabwean cabinet minister has reportedly warned South Africa against copying Zimbabwe's "land reform agenda". According to a Financial Times report published on the New Zimbabwe.com website,...
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