Cape Town may be SA’s most trusted council, but its score is steadily falling

The latest SA Customer Satisfaction Index shows that municipalities including Nelson Mandela Bay and Joburg experienced an increase in satisfaction scores

10 hours ago
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University keeps most of its name

According to the institution, dropping the word ‘Metropolitan’ from its name will help it ‘reposition itself on a global scale’

11 hours ago
Limited edition silver and platinum Krugerrand coins to mark 50th anniversary

New sizes of coins in the traditional gold range have also been issued to celebrate the 50-year journey‚ the South African Mint says

8 hours ago
DA to lay criminal charges against Eskom finance chief Anoj Singh

'Based on the absurd explanation Singh provided for why Eskom gave Gupta-linked Tegeta a 72% discount to acquire Optimum, it appears he may be one of a number ...

Hunters’ association challenges gun licence judgment

Police minister has noted an appeal to the Constitutional Court against a judgment that declared parts of the Firearms Control Act to be unconstitutional

HIV activist Mark Heywood asks Cyril Ramaphosa to vote out Jacob Zuma

At a funeral service for AIDS activist Prudence Mabele, Heywood said inherent to the epidemic was corruption, violence and abuse of women, which Jacob Zuma ...

Convict Radovan Krejcir moved to foil his latest escape plan

‘He corrupted some officials. He’s always trying something’

Students must sign loan deals or lose out on funding

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme has a R15bn budget for 2017 and is responsible for providing funds to poor students

Disgraced Aguma quits SABC, but is not off the hook

The acting CEO leaves SA’s public broadcaster under a cloud, but the board says an SIU probe may bring him to book

SA holds back Pan African Parliament

SA commits funds to the Pan African Parliament but has yet to ratify the Malabo protocol creating a legislative body

Plan to scrap tax exemption on income earned outside SA

Treasury’s controversial proposal is likely to be strongly opposed by tax practitioners, and the administrative burden of collecting the tax ‘would be a ...

‘White areas’ get bulk of police resources, SAPS deployment figures show

The Social Justice Coalition has gone to court to compel the police minister to admit that poor communities are not adequately policed despite a high crime rate

Transport department saga with Tasima goes on, in top court for second time

The department wants the Constitutional Court to set aside a February high court judgment, which requires it to pay Tasima about R30m for running eNatis

NPA declined to prosecute Duduzane Zuma’s fatal car crash

Leaked e-mails show he paid off traffic fines first, then his lawyer helped him doctor his testimony to avoid prosecution

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