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Ramaphosa calls for urgency on national minimum wage

Ramaphosa calls for urgency on national minimum wage

The word “dispute” must be removed from the vocabulary in labour-related matters, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday.


Government - By SAPA | 5 September, 2014
Zuma goes after Pule

Zuma goes after Pule

President Jacob Zuma has ordered the Special Investigations Unit to look at claims of “serious maladministration” at the department of communications under the leadership of Dina Pule.


Government - By Staff Writer | 5 September, 2014
New call termination rates announced

New call termination rates announced

Icasa has revealed its new call termination regulations at a press conference called at the last-minute on Thursday


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 September, 2014
Sanral breaks silence on e-toll hearing

Sanral breaks silence on e-toll hearing

The South African National Roads Agency has broken its silence on the e-toll review process.


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 September, 2014
SA Post Office fingered for R2.1 billion irregular expenditure

SA Post Office fingered for R2.1 billion irregular expenditure

The SA Post Office blew R2.1 billion in irregular expenditure in the past financial year, The Star reported on Thursday.


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 September, 2014
Usaasa suspends senior staffer for alleged corruption

Usaasa suspends senior staffer for alleged corruption

Usaasa has confirmed that one of its senior staff members has been suspended, while another is being investigated.


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 September, 2014
Zuma approval rating at all time low

Zuma approval rating at all time low

New research finds that president Jacob Zuma’s approval ratings among South Africans has plummeted to an all time low.


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 September, 2014
Eskom finally gets a new CEO

Eskom finally gets a new CEO

Power utility, Eskom has a new CEO in the form of Tshediso Matona.


Government - By Staff Writer | 20 August, 2014
Eskom goes in search of $1 billion

Eskom goes in search of $1 billion

Eskom is in talks with banks for a secured syndicated loan of up to $1 billion.


Government - By Reuters | 19 August, 2014
DA fights SABC COO appointment in court

DA fights SABC COO appointment in court

The DA’s application to have the appointment of SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng set aside is expected to be heard in the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday.


Government - By SAPA | 19 August, 2014
Icasa sets new termination rate cost model

Icasa sets new termination rate cost model

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has adopted the long-run incremental cost plus (LRIC) model as a cost standard to determine the cost of mobile and fixed wholesale voice call termination, it said on Monday.


Government - By SAPA | 19 August, 2014
PIC wants police to investigate website hack

PIC wants police to investigate website hack

The PIC says it strongly condemns the hacking of its website on Sunday, but assured that no damage was done and no information was compromised.


Government - By Staff Writer | 18 August, 2014
Fake qualifications an act of fraud

Fake qualifications an act of fraud

South African Qualifications Authority CEO, Joe Samuels, believes that misrepresentation by a person of his or her qualification represents an act of fraud.


Government - By Staff Writer | 18 August, 2014
PIC website hacked

PIC website hacked

The website of government owned, Public Investment Corporation’s (PIC), which has more than R1.6 trillion under its management, has been hacked.


Government - By Staff Writer | 18 August, 2014
Eskom to get new boss

Eskom to get new boss

The name of the new Eskom CEO is expected to be announced next week.


Government - By Staff Writer | 17 August, 2014
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