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Zuma splits Icasa between Muthambi and Cwele

Zuma splits Icasa between Muthambi and Cwele

President Jacob Zuma has issued a proclamation splitting the ministerial responsibilities over Icasa between two government departments.


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 December, 2014
Are SA parastatals making money?

Are SA parastatals making money?

While South Africa’s state-owned companies are paying their top executives millions of rands in salaries and bonuses, operationally and financially, its a mixed bag.


Government - By Staff Writer | 2 December, 2014
It could be worse: Eskom

It could be worse: Eskom

Power utility Eskom says that it is not in crisis despite its financial and operational woes which has led to bouts of load shedding over the past two weekends.


Government - By Staff Writer | 2 December, 2014
DA scores South Africa’s cabinet ministers

DA scores South Africa’s cabinet ministers

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has published a report card assessing the performance of President Jacob Zuma and his cabinet.


Government - By Staff Writer | 1 December, 2014
No power cuts this week: Eskom

No power cuts this week: Eskom

There are no scheduled power cuts for this week, Eskom said on Monday.


Government - By SAPA | 1 December, 2014
State-owned company CEO salaries

State-owned company CEO salaries

One state owned company boss earned more than his peers combined.


Government - By Staff Writer | 30 November, 2014
E-toll report received

E-toll report received

Gauteng premier David Makhura on Sunday would not divulge the recommendations of the e-toll review panel


Government - By SAPA | 30 November, 2014
SA should introduce e-voting: IEC candidate

SA should introduce e-voting: IEC candidate

South Africa should introduce electronic voting now rather than later, Professor Mzamo Alexander Gumbi said on Thursday.


Government - By SAPA | 20 November, 2014
New ministries won’t cost an extra R66 million: government

New ministries won’t cost an extra R66 million: government

The government dismissed reports on Wednesday that the reconfigured executive will cost taxpayers an additional R66 million a year.


Government - By SAPA | 6 November, 2014
No explanation for Gauteng govt e-toll U-turn

No explanation for Gauteng govt e-toll U-turn

After approving the e-tolling system, the Gauteng government made a U-turn, the e-tolls review panel in Pretoria heard on Tuesday.


Government - By SAPA | 4 November, 2014
We are not bankrupt: ANC

We are not bankrupt: ANC

The African National Congress (ANC) has rubbished claims that it is bankrupt, following a news report in the Mail & Guardian


Government - By Staff Writer | 31 October, 2014
Nene outlines plans to stop SA’s economic slide

Nene outlines plans to stop SA’s economic slide

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene on Wednesday announced firm measures to check South Africa’s worsening debt outlook, warning that the country has reached an economic turning point.


Government - By SAPA | 22 October, 2014
Sanral dismisses retrenchment claims

Sanral dismisses retrenchment claims

The South African National Roads Agency says it is not retrenching any workers.


Government - By Staff Writer | 17 October, 2014
SA government “actively destroying capital”: economist

SA government “actively destroying capital”: economist

South Africa faces a further credit downgrade because government is “actively destroying capital” by not saving and borrowing more than it is collecting, according to Efficient Group chief economist Dawie Roodt.


Government - By SAPA | 16 October, 2014
Communications minister acted unlawfully: DA

Communications minister acted unlawfully: DA

The Democratic Alliance says that Communications minister Faith Muthambi acted unlawfully when she instructed Icasa Councillors to leave their offices by the end of November.


Government - By Staff Writer | 16 October, 2014
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