Business and diplomatic travellers from South Africa’s BRICS partners – Brazil, Russia, India, and China – are to receive a port of entry visa into the country.
Private investment in parastatals and selling off some of their assets are part of the state’s plans to lessen their drain on its finances
Taxpayers, except those in the lowest tax bracket, will see a slight dent in their pay packets from April 1, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene announced on Wednesday.
Government is hatching a plan to claw back the R4.75 billion owed to it by municipalities.
The signal jamming in the National Assembly ahead of the state-of-the-nation-address was caused by an operational error, the state security department said on Wednesday.
Medupi’s unit six turbine is now running at optimum speed, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said on Wednesday.
Parliament has admitted that government knew about a device that was active and jamming signals at the state of the nation address last week.
Gauteng moving towards renewable energy to take pressure off the struggling national energy grid.
Parliament said it will investigate “issues” which arose during the State of the Nation address on Thursday evening including mobile phone connectivity.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has weighed in on the state of the nation address signal jamming controversy.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Sunday refuted a Citizen newspaper article quoting him as saying e-toll bills must be paid
The biggest obstacle casting a shadow over South Africa’s ability to grow its economy is the unstable electricity supply.
The Democratic Alliance has called on President Jacob Zuma to consider doing away with the Department of Communications (DoC).
SA president Jacob Zuma’s latest pay boost helps him retain his place as one of the highest-paid politicians in the world.
National police commissioner General Riah Phiyega launched South Africa’s first e-police station in Kabokweni, Mpumalanga on Friday, during National Police Day celebrations.
MTN says it has taken the CWU to the Johannesburg Labour Court for allegedly blocking entrances to the company’s offices and intimidating staff.
The DA has revealed that the SABC spends R3 million a year on its own choir, which sings praise songs to its company head.
Telkom has warned that a recruitment scam offering “Telkom internships” upon payment of a “booking fee” of R90 is still in operation.
The black industrialisation programme set up by the dti (Department of Trade and Industry) was crucial for radical economic transformation in South Africa.
Eskom said there will be load shedding all day on Friday.