Cabinet performance plan still on track, says Jackson Mthembu

Assurance follows a report in Business Day that President Cyril Ramaphosa had still not signed the agreements despite promising to do so before the end of ...

Telkom launches Yep! app to grow small businesses

SPONSORED | Yep! is a digital marketplace where customers can search and buy from small, trusted businesses

Unions call for classes to be suspended until after Covid-19 peak

The unions have threatened to strike if basic education minister Angie Motshekga keeps schools open

VIDEO | How the City of Ekurhuleni will spend its budget in 2020/2021

SPONSORED | Ekurhuleni limits tariff increases and invests in small businesses and infrastructure

Merged polls would violate constitution, says IEC

The commission says combining national, provincial and local elections is up to parliament, not the IEC

Covid-19-delayed academic year means Nsfas needs over R4bn more

And Nsfas says modelling for the shortfall was done solely on allowances for students and not necessarily tuition fees or accommodation

Committee to probe complaint against the chief justice

The judicial conduct committee is to review Mogoeng Mogoeng’s comments on Israel after a complaint by Africa4Palestine

Taxi commutes, even with masks, are a dangerous trip

According to the SA Medical Association, it could take just 20 minutes in a full taxi to be infected with Covid-19

Less load-shedding this week but it is not going anywhere

Andre de Ruyter has been asked about his June promise to parliament about there being only three days of stage 1 load-shedding forecast for July

SAA creditors support business rescue plan

Creditors voted overwhelmingly in support of the plan, meaning the government has to find more than R10bn in funding

WATCH | The role of accreditation in improving food safety

The Business Day Dialogue takes place on World Accreditation Day on June 9 at 9am

Another contractor denies being overpaid by Eskom for work at Kusile

Tubular Construction Projects says Eskom incorrectly reported it was awarded a contract for a waste-water treatment plant

Treasury ponders extending Covid-19 tax relief measures

Many of the measures expire at the end of July though the lockdown remains in force

Liquor bosses see disaster for industry and more job losses due to ban

Industry warns of billions in lost tax revenue as  illicit sales become further entrenched

EXCLUSIVE: Fewer than half of cabinet ministers confirm salary cuts

Ramaphosa has pledged that he and his cabinet will take a pay cut and donate the funds to help with Covid-19 relief

Scientific advisories on coronavirus will not be released, says Mkhize

The Ministerial Advisory Committee on Covid-19 has provided more than 70 advisories to the health minister since late March


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