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Zuma announces new telecoms ministry

Zuma announces new telecoms ministry

President Jacob Zuma has announced the launch of a new Ministry of Telecommunications and Postal Services. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 2 months ago

Harris leaves parliament to boost Cape Town investment

Harris leaves parliament to boost Cape Town investment

DA MP Tim Harris will head up investment promotion for the City of Cape Town, mayor Patricia de Lille said on Wednesday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Politicians vs executives salaries

Politicians vs executives salaries

President Jacob Zuma’s annual paycheque pales in comparison to the heads of some of country’s top tech, telecom and banking houses. more


Government - By Quinton Bronkhorst | 3 months ago

IEC launches election apps – but says no to selfies

IEC launches election apps – but says no to selfies

The Electoral Commission has released three sets of mobile applications (apps) to enhance voter education and information ahead of the May 7 elections. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

DA proposes new ministerial handbook for Gauteng

DA proposes new ministerial handbook for Gauteng

The DA has proposed a new ministerial handbook for Gauteng, which it says will cut out all luxuries and abuse of public funds, including the banning of government credit cards. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

DA targets 2 million jobs in Gauteng

DA targets 2 million jobs in Gauteng

The Democratic Alliance (DA) says its aims to create two million real jobs in Gauteng should it be elected to govern in that province. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Eskom wage bill shock

Eskom wage bill shock

Energy expert Chris Yelland has warned Eskom about its “notably high” wage bill, claiming that the energy regulator’s 40,000 employees earned an average of about R600,000. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

DA’s plan for SA entrepreneurs

DA’s plan for SA entrepreneurs

The DA says that while entrepreneurs are positive about starting up businesses in South Africa, proper policies need to be in place to help them thrive. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Zille launches Western Cape investment website

Zille launches Western Cape investment website

A website showing the Western Cape’s capital infrastructure investment and delivery in municipalities was launched by premier Helen Zille on Wednesday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

EFF takes SABC ad complaint to Icasa

EFF takes SABC ad complaint to Icasa

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has received a complaint from the Economic Freedom Fighters after a party election advert was rejected by the SABC, Icasa said on Tuesday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Broadcasting policy in the interests of SA — DoC

Broadcasting policy in the interests of SA — DoC

Spokesman for the department of communications, Siya Qoza, hits back at those critical of encrypted set-top boxes and his department more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

ANC to fix controversial employment equity clause

ANC to fix controversial employment equity clause

The ANC has made a submission to amend a controversial clause around demographics in draft employment equity (EE) regulations, the party’s provincial leader Marius Fransman said on Thursday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Department of SMEs likely: ANC

Department of SMEs likely: ANC

The creation of a small and medium enterprises department is very likely, African National Congress national chairwoman Baleka Mbete said on Thursday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

SA Post Office targets online push

SA Post Office targets online push

The SA Post Office is upgrading its backbone datacentre infrastructure, applications and network as part of an R800 million “infrastructure refresh project”. more


General, Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Fire white civil servants: Cosatu

Fire white civil servants: Cosatu

If the ANC wins the Western Cape in the May 7 general election, Cosatu will ask it to fire more than half the white senior civil servants, the Cape Argus reported on Thursday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago
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