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Gauteng’s abandoned mines will take 17 years to be completely closed

Mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe  spoke after protests in parts of the West Rand about rising crime blamed on illegal miners

September expected to bring more fuel price relief

Price cuts in petrol and diesel expected for the second month running

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Everything you need to know about the spread of Covid-19

Mkhwebane allegedly made big changes to Vrede dairy report

A former senior investigator who worked closely with the public protector on the report accused her of watering it down and removing portions

Denel finally pays employees salaries

Some of the employees of the arms manufacturer have not been paid for more than two years

Zuma heads to SCA to appeal ‘unlawful’ medical parole ruling

The DA argues that the former president received favourable treatment because of his political standing

New date for Zandile Gumede graft trial, but more delays predicted

The former eThekwini mayor and 21 others are charged with racketeering, fraud and corruption related to a R320m Durban Solid Waste contract

10,000 graduates to be employed in home affairs digitisation project

Home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi says digitisation will speed up the processing of applying for unabridged birth and marriage certificates

Mkwhebane made substantial changes to the CIEX report, says another investigator

Livhuwani Tshiwalule said the draft report was “substantially” complete when former Public Protector Madonsela left but major changes were made to it after ...

New KZN premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube unveils her cabinet

The premier announced her cabinet after a meeting with the ANC’s deployment committee and its alliance partners

Clock is ticking for state to sweeten its wage offer to public servants

Unions have threatened to declare a dispute that could lead to a debilitating national strike if unresolved

Intelligence committee to probe Zizi Kodwa’s alleged role in robbery at Ramaphosa’s farm

It is alleged Kodwa knew about the robbery but kept it secret ‘rather than reporting it to appropriate authorities’

SIU to probe two water boards for corruption, maladministration

Ramaphosa gave the Special Investigating Unit the green light to investigate allegations against the two boards earlier in August

State has until the end of August to pay Marikana victims

Only R76m worth of settlements have been made and another 48 cases are being negotiated

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