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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
Dear president Zuma, corruption is not a Western paradigm nor a victimless crime

Dear president Zuma, corruption is not a Western paradigm nor a victimless crime

Recent reports suggest that President Jacob Zuma believes that corruption is only a crime in a “western paradigm”, and that there are no victims. This is simply not true – and not even the ANC believes it.


Government - By Staff Writer | 13 October, 2014
E-tolls not a national product: ANC

E-tolls not a national product: ANC

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe says that the e-toll project is a Gauteng initiative and not a national initiative.


Government - By Staff Writer | 10 October, 2014
New Reserve Bank governor announced

New Reserve Bank governor announced

Deputy SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago will succeed Gill Marcus as governor, President Jacob Zuma announced on Monday.


Government - By SAPA | 6 October, 2014
South Africans resent successful blacks: ANC

South Africans resent successful blacks: ANC

South Africans resent black success, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Wednesday.


Government - By SAPA | 1 October, 2014
Icasa settles on new termination rates

Icasa settles on new termination rates

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa announced its new call termination regulations on Monday, 29 September 2014.


Government - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2014
Minister must face e-toll reality: Outa

Minister must face e-toll reality: Outa

Outa says that transport minister Dipuo Peters must stop the rhetoric and start accepting the reality that road users do not want e-tolls.


Government - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2014
Public works loses R35 billion in wasteful spending: report

Public works loses R35 billion in wasteful spending: report

The public works department has lost almost R35 billion to wrongful and wasteful construction or leasing of state buildings in the last five years, The Star reported on Monday.


Government - By SAPA | 29 September, 2014

Ramaphosa scores big through company shares

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is a very wealthy politician, according to the 2014 Register of Members’ Interests, tabled at Parliament on Wednesday.


Government - By SAPA | 17 September, 2014
Govt addressing racial imbalances in SA tech

Govt addressing racial imbalances in SA tech

Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, says that government is addressing gender and racial imbalances in the make-up of the country’s science and technology workforce.


Government - By Staff Writer | 14 September, 2014
WEF report out of touch with reality: SA govt

WEF report out of touch with reality: SA govt

The Department of Basic Education has dismissed a new report published by the WEF which ranked South Africa last on the quality of its Mathematics and Science education.


Government - By Staff Writer | 11 September, 2014
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