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Sona hoped to reveal urgent, if expensive, Eskom rescue efforts

Eskom simply must be rescued — and Cyril Ramaphosa has given assurances that he won’t let it fail — ‘but how’ remains the R440bn question

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When it comes to peace, the world is sad‚ worried and stressed

The latest Global Peace Index puts SA at 137 out of 163, with El Salvador and Honduras both ranked higher

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Technology Innovation Agency board releases top-performing CEO

Despite TIA saying Barlow Manilal ‘agreed’ to his contract not being renewed, others say he was pushed, and are not sure why

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ANC picks tainted MPs to run committees

Controversial Zuma-era ministers such Mosebenzi Zwane, Faith Muthambi and Bongani Bongo are on the list

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Eskom veteran Bheki Nxumalo to lead generation business

Nxumalo, who has more than 20 years of experience at the utility, has held senior roles at a number of power stations

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Judge Nugent rules in Sassa’s favour in R1.3bn CPS claim

Cash Paymaster Service has a history of litigation with the SA Social Security Agency — this time it lost on all the claims and was ordered to pay costs

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Apartheid victims’ families want closure from Cyril Ramaphosa

In 1999, 300 cases were referred to the NPA after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; 20 years later, only one has been addressed

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Trillian ruling rips into directors and Eskom officials

The judgment sets aside and declares unlawful all the decision-making processes through which Eskom had concluded the contract with McKinsey

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NEWS ANALYSIS: State of the nation address has to be more than just talk

President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to unveil a clear action plan for Eskom, SAA and the issue of land, writes Ranjeni Munusamy

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Comment period extended for controversial ‘Airbnb’ bill

Interested parties have another month, until July 15, to comment on the controversial Tourism Amendment Bill

Increase public health funding, civil society urges government

The nation's goal of “a long and healthy life for all” will not be met if government continues to slash spending on health, when it should be doubling it, say ...

SABC on the brink of a switch-off

Public broadcaster is waiting for response from the government to a request for R3.2bn guarantee to stay afloat

Inquiry hears that ‘Myeni’s person’ ran the show at SAA

Former CFO Phumeza Nhantsi tells Zondo commission she was ordered to take instructions from the Dudu Myeni’s adviser for key multibillion-rand deals

Zandile Gumede’s supporters demand her reinstatement as mayor

Pro-Zuma protesters in KZN say the mayor’s removal was politically motivated, and also want the the reinstatement of the regional executive committee ‘with ...

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