Ramaphosa appoints eight-person panel, including former CEO Brian Dames, to advise on Eskom crisis

According to a statement by the presidency, the committee will issue its report before the end of January 2019

MARKET WRAP: JSE falls on global growth fears

The US-China trade war is reflected in gloomy economic data, sending the rand 1.5% lower to the dollar, with only gold miners eking out some gains

Union vows to continue strike at Sibanye-Stillwater’s gold operations

Amcu says it won’t return to work on Saturday, on which day the strike becomes unprotected, as its demands haven’t been met

Treasury outlines process to appoint new Sars boss

The Treasury confirmed the re-appointment of Mark Kingon as acting commissioner, pending the appointment of a permanent commissioner

Calling all matrics: claim your fame and you could win R10,000

You’ve done the hard work – now it’s time to claim your matric fame

Cabinet to consider plan to tackle municipal debt to Eskom

The cash-strapped utility is owed more than R14bn by municipalities, with the top 10 nonpayers owing about R10bn

Brexit bother: animated May remonstrates with EU’s Juncker

Theresa May says she had a ‘robust discussion’ with Jean-Claude Juncker after the words ‘nebulous’ and ‘vague’ were tossed around

Resilient: only FSCA can end uncertainty

The company wants the Financial Sector Conduct Authority to complete its probe so it can 'move forward with its normal business in 2019'

Thousands of apartheid-era victims still waiting for compensation

In 2003, the President’s Fund was set up to finance the TRC’s recommended reparations, but the government concedes it has not fully complied with the ...

NATASHA MARRIAN: Cyril Ramaphosa takes care to deliver on his promises

While many spheres of the country are still in disarray, the president has made headway in a number of areas to undo the mess Zuma made

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Will the real Santa Claus (the president, Elf Freedom Front, etc) please stand up?

Previously unfettered by any sense of consequence, Jacob Zuma’s fruitless legal challenges are now officially over

Civil Aviation Authority grounds CemAir’s 21 planes

The carrier has been flying with loading limits outside of those permissible, with the weights of passengers and baggage different to those recorded by the ...

Minimum wage act bungle leaves workers exposed to employers dodging new law

Workers whose benefits or working conditions have been changed unilaterally in reaction to the new minimum wage law will have to wait until parliament fixes ...

Khanyi Dhlomo’s Ndalo Media prepares to shut down

The media company that produces Destiny, Destiny Men and Elle magazines will close its doors at the end of January 2019

NEWS ANALYSIS: End of road for officials milking fiscus for endless litigation

High court precedent-setting ruling puts a stop to state funding the legal fees of public office-bearers accused of corruption

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In an African first, a cannabis expo ... without any cannabis

The expo is regarded as pre-empting the legalisation of public trade in marijuana but, as one put it, it was like a party without the music

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