Will Ramaphosa pardon AbaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo?

Dalindyebo is serving a 12-year sentence for arson, assault, defeating the ends of justice and kidnapping

State-capture inquiry needs more lawyers

The commission of inquiry into state capture has admitted it needs to appoint more lawyers to increase its capacity

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A chartered accountant is on a mission to eradicate world hunger by 2030

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Local truck drivers threaten to block roads over Easter

Transport minister Blade Nzimande says the security cluster is ready to deal decisively with any such possible disruptions

Comair interdicts Numsa’s Easter strike

The Labour Court reserved judgement, but has interdicted a strike by National Union of Metalworkers of SA-affiliated ground crew

Deadline for special vote applications announced by IEC

The two types of special votes can be made at home or at a voting station

Condensed milk or an R80,000 bull? MPs reveal their gifts

From the ‘donation’ of an SUV worth R864,000 to two-minute noodles, MPs reveal their 2018 register of ‘interests’

PIC denies reports of new CEO being considered

‘The appointment of the CEO is done by the finance minister after receiving recommendations from the PIC board’

Government denies offering to sell Limpopo farm to tenant

Limpopo agriculture department did not have the mandate to offer farm to elderly farmer, court told

Ayo profit was adjusted, former CFO testifies

Naahied Gamieldien tells Public Investment Corporation inquiry she was asked to 'adjust' margins to increase Ayo Technology’s profit

Denel aims to end Airbus aircraft work in 18 months

A Denel spokesperson said terms were not yet finalised with Airbus about stopping production for the A400M aircraft

Surprises at Eskom are over, says CEO Phakamani Hadebe

After 15 months in the job, power utility's boss says he now knows what needs to be done and how it should be done

Zero-rating VAT plan is completely inadequate, civil society group says

The PMBEJD says zero-rated foods themselves are not affordable and households living on low incomes are highly exposed to VAT

Sibanye-Stillwater and Amcu to host joint press briefing today

The gold miner, which has bore the brunt of a prolonged and violent strike, gave no details on whether the two sides have come to an agreement

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