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Fuel supply at OR Tambo gets back to normal but airlines are counting their losses

Uncertainty on supply disrupted the schedules of airlines, forcing some to cancel flights or refuel at other airports

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DA argues for parliamentary oversight of government guarantees

Currently the public only gets the details through parliamentary questions or a budget review

Land Bank targets end-September to resolve debt default

Capital reduction of R14bn of the debt to local lenders is being implemented, MPs told

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Ministers rack up R3.6m in hotel bills in three years

Department of communications and digital technologies has spent R15.3m on catering, entertainment and accommodation since May 2019

Supreme Court of Appeal yet to rule on Zuma’s ‘reconsideration’ application seeking to oust prosecutor

Jacob Zuma wants Billy Downer removed and the delay means former president’s corruption trial is unlikely to resume before August 15 at the earliest

Bank lending allowed to restart in Zimbabwe after speculators drive down currency

Zimbabwe’s government says only organisations being probed for abusing loan facilities will not be allowed to borrow from banks

Another bruising fuel hike on the cards in June

Petrol is expected to increase by between R1.93 and R1.97 a litre

Insurance claims show road crashes on their way back to pre-Covid-19 levels

Old Mutual Insure spokesperson Lizo Mnguni says it is worrying to see that the number of accidents is almost back pre-pandemic levels

Weather service defends quality of its work despite headwinds

Tight finances, vandalism of equipment and  loss of rainfall observation stations have not weakened forecasting capability, says SA Weather Service CEO

Africa’s female entrepreneurs battle ‘tomato seller’ stereotype to secure funding

For every $1 (R15.21) invested in women, $25 goes to men in the African start-up space, according to the World Bank

Impeachment process is tainted, Mkhwebane says in affidavit

Public protector has applied to file new evidence in the high court

Eskom battles to keep the lights on while unions want double-digit wage hikes

About 19,000MW of generation capacity unavailable as power utility struggles to bring units back online

Jacob Zuma avoids yet another court appearance

The NPA says there has been ‘no communication from the SCA’ yet about feedback on Zuma’s ‘reconsideration’ application

Senzo Mchunu explains how he will turn around the water department

The water & sanitation department has been plagued by fraud and corruption for years

Unions to embark on ‘full-blown strike’ at Sars for higher wages

The Public Servants Association and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union will start their strike on May 25

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