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Public Protector looking at Zuma daughter appointment

Public Protector looking at Zuma daughter appointment

The office of the Public Protector is assessing a complaint regarding the appointment of SA president Jacob Zuma’s youngest daughter to the department of telecoms. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

Sita, Post Office investigations welcomed

Sita, Post Office investigations welcomed

The African National Congress on Thursday welcomed the Special Investigating Unit’s (SIU’s) probe into a number of institutions for maladministration and corruption. more


Government - By SAPA | 4 months ago

SA municipalities wasted R815 million last year

SA municipalities wasted R815 million last year

Wasteful and irregular expenditure by 319 South African municipalities has increased over the past year, Auditor General Kimi Makwetu said on Wednesday. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

It’s okay for ministers to have business interests: Muthambi

It’s okay for ministers to have business interests: Muthambi

There was nothing wrong with Cabinet members having business interests as long as there was no conflict of interest, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi said. more


Government - By SAPA | 4 months ago

ANC wants more money

ANC wants more money

The ANC is seeking an overhaul of the model on which support funding is given to political parties in Parliament. more


Government - By SAPA | 4 months ago

No rules broken in Zuma daughter appointment

No rules broken in Zuma daughter appointment

The ANC has defended the appointment of Thuthukile Zuma to the position of chief of staff at the department of telecommunications and postal services. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

Stop paying your TV licence: EFF

Stop paying your TV licence: EFF

Julius Malema, leader of The Economic Freedom Fighters, called on South Africans to not pay their TV licence. more


Government - By SAPA | 4 months ago

Telecoms department defends Zuma daughter post

Telecoms department defends Zuma daughter post

President Jacob Zuma’s daughter Thuthukile was appointed chief of staff at the department of telecommunications and postal services after consideration of her “capacity” for the position, the department said on Friday. more


Government - By SAPA | 4 months ago

Zuma’s daughter new telecoms chief of staff : report

Zuma’s daughter new telecoms chief of staff : report

President Jacob Zuma’s daughter, Thuthukile Zuma (25), has landed a top job in the department of telecoms. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

Burn your e-toll bills: Cosatu

Burn your e-toll bills: Cosatu

Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, Cosatu has said. more


Government - By SAPA | 4 months ago

Broadband to save Gauteng R162 million

Broadband to save Gauteng R162 million

Gauteng Finance MEC Barbara Creecy says that the Gauteng Broadband Network is expected to yield savings of R162 million per annum. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

327 SA schools say no thanks to mathematics

327 SA schools say no thanks to mathematics

As many as 327 schools are not offering mathematics at a Grade 12 level this year. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

Eskom owed R3 billion by municipalities

Eskom owed R3 billion by municipalities

Eskom is owed approximately R2.815 billion by 51 municipalities across South Africa as at 31 May 2014.  more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

Meet the key advisors for SA’s propaganda machine

Meet the key advisors for SA’s propaganda machine

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


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago

No e-toll prosecutions: minister

No e-toll prosecutions: minister

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says that motorists will not be prosecuted for outstanding e-toll bills until further assessments are concluded. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago
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