State is cracking down on corruption at border posts, Hlengiwe Mkhize says

The home affairs minister says her department has implemented biometric access control on the enhanced movement control system at the ports of entry

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Finance ministry and PIC paper over the cracks

Public Investment Corporation chairman Sfiso Buthelezi says he has full confidence in CEO Dan Matjila, who backs down on claims of a plot to remove him

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DA lays charges against Just Coal CEO and ANC Youth League leader over R500,000 donation

‘This was not just a donation. This was clearly a bribe to persuade politically aligned individuals close to Eskom to act in Just Coal’s ...

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GEMS’s online advice column called potentially illegal and as medically sound as Dr Google

A former staff member of the public relations firm that managed House Call with Dr Joe says the people who manned the advice service had no medical training

Cosatu must take its strike to ‘Saxonwold, the headquarters of state capture’, says Mashaba

The mayor of Johannesburg says the labour federation’s national strike should also go to the Gupta residence

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Gigaba, PIC to clear up ‘plan’ to raid pensions

Gigaba denies SAA requested funds from the PIC, but SAA confirms it has done so

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EXCLUSIVE: SARS chief Tom Moyane’s fishing expedition widens net

Probe into the tax office’s modernisation programme is interpreted widely as targeting former finance minister Pravin Gordhan

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Icasa freezes cell rates for 12 months

The Independent Communications Authority of SA move allows time to conclude new regulations

Teachers’ unions want no limit on the right to strike

Teachers’ unions attack a DA proposal calling for limits on their right to strike

IN-DEPTH: Ethics under scrutiny as medical malpractice claims soar

Attorneys have gravitated to medical malpractice claims since changes to the Road Accident Fund

Business backs Cosatu march against state capture

Business Unity SA and Business Leadership SA say they support the marches against corruption and state capture

Only two drug firms in breakthrough AIDS medication tender

Only two companies have applied to register three-in-one pills containing the state-of-the-art ingredient dolutegravir

Malusi Gigaba and PIC to clear up ‘plan’ to raid pensions

Gigaba denies SAA has requested funds from the Public Investment Corporation, but SAA confirms it has done so

CCMA infighting worries labour ministry

Agency staff in Joburg complain that management is wasting funds and undermining morale

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