DA to abstain in no-confidence vote in Cyril Ramaphosa

The DA says the ATM, which tabled the motion, is a faction of the ANC representing secretary-general Ace Magashule

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Municipal ward handover allows IEC to start final preparation for 2021 poll

Electoral commission to determine voting districts and station locations, as well as a voter registration drive

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Stimulus has already led to over 400,000 job opportunities, says presidency

About R13bn has been allocated to implement the presidential employment stimulus in 2020, and the remaining R87bn will be allocated over the next three years

Solidarity Fund to continue to end of 2021

The Solidarity Fund, which was established as an independent, rapid-release vehicle in March to mobilise resources to assist in the fight against Covid-19, is ...

Government wants public sector wage bill matter postponed to reach a settlement

The state attorney says he was instructed to call on all parties to consent to the hearing before the Labour Appeal Court being postponed to after February 1

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Busisiwe Mkhwebane loses court bid to appeal interdict judgment

Full bench says they were of the view that the public protector had failed to establish any of the requirements for interim relief

Airlink’s court application for R430m dismissed by Supreme Court of Appeal

Court says no enforcement action can take place during SAA's business rescue

Musina to come back to life as Zimbabwe reopens borders

The move will help kick-start the economy of the border town as thousands of Zimbabweans flock to SA to buy basic necessities and foodstuff for the festive ...

‘Gordhan has no evidence that Moyane was captured’, says lawyer

Gordhan vs Moyane bout turns into a tug-of-war as lawyer Dali Mpofu accuses minister of using state capture narrative to protect himself

Cosatu puts pressure on Ramaphosa over delayed corruption legislation

The key alliance partner wants the The Political Party Funding Act, among other legal instruments, to be put into operation

Western Cape threatens legal action if Ramaphosa signs division of revenue amendment bill

Province says the bill will infringe on its ability to comply with its obligations and will affect the legality of revenue allocations

Eskom to be charged for supplying misleading pollution data

Kendal’s problems have driven air pollution from the utility to a 20-year high

Revenue Service-related testimony at state capture commission postponed

Evidence leader Alistair Franklin, who had been dealing with issues relating to the Revenue Service, has fallen ill


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