Eskom is owed approximately R2.815 billion by 51 municipalities across South Africa as at 31 May 2014. more
The DA has published a list of 51 names appointed to the ‘National Communications Task Team’ which it says shows bias towards the president. more
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says that motorists will not be prosecuted for outstanding e-toll bills until further assessments are concluded. more
A task team will be set up to tackle the establishment of new departments in government, Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane said on Thursday. more
Telecoms minister Siyabonga Cwele has promised to further reduce the cost of communication in the country, through pricing and content reforms. more
The DA will take legal action on the appointment of Hlaudi Motsoeneng as chief operating officer of the SABC. more
The DA has revealed that the National Treasury has spent R1,238,539 on pot plants over the past five years. more
The DA says it is the responsibility of Parliament to monitor the impact of e-tolls and whether its stated aims and objectives have been met. more
DA shadow minister of communications has reported back from parliament on Icasa’s fate more
The JPSA has condemned an incident where Sanral employees allegedly “man-handled” peaceful protesters picketing outside the N1 Beyers Naude customer service centre. more
Reports indicate that a panel to review e-tolling in Gauteng will be announced as soon as next week. more
The Department of Science and Technology has spent R1,074,429 on “the maintenance of indoor plants” within the past five years more
New Gauteng premier, David Makhura, says he is working with the private sector for a “massive” rollout of broadband and free Wi-Fi across the province more
Media reports suggest that a poorer showing from the ANC in SA’s last national election is the reason e-tolling in Gauteng is being re-evaluated more
Sanral says it has not requested any law enforcement agency to question road users about e-tolls, despite claims from Gauteng motorists which suggest otherwise. more
Outa says that transport minister Dipuo Peters must stop the rhetoric and start accepting the reality that road users do not want e-tolls.
The chairman of Lenovo Group says the company has received U.S. government approval to complete its acquisition of IBM Corp.'s low-end server business and plans to use it to grow faster outside its personal computer business.
Capitec Bank says that it grew active client numbers by 418,000 over the past six months beginning February, to 5.8 million.
A proposed merger of Internet pioneers AOL Inc and Yahoo Inc could create a nimbler player in Web video, but strong growth, the measure of success in Silicon Valley, would remain elusive.
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.