Vicki Momberg’s racist tirade will cost her R100,000

Equality Court orders her to pay R100,000, make an ‘unconditional’ apology, attend equality sensitivity training, and complete 100 hours of community service

Guptas’ PR machine, Bell Pottinger, goes to ground

The firm that helped promote the notion of ‘white minority capital’ has made its Twitter account private, South Africans call them ‘scum’

KZN has not ‘efficiently dealt’ with oncology crisis, health MEC Dhlomo says

But Sibongiseni Dhlomo has also tried to deflect blame for broken oncology machines from the department onto the company from which the equipment was bought

Opposition calls for one inquiry on state capture

DA, EFF and UDM demand an over-arching parliamentary ad hoc committee to investigate all the state capture allegations

Hlaudi Motsoeneng gets a month’s notice to serve and no golden handshake

The chair of the SABC’s interim board, Khanyisile Kweyama, also says the Special Investigating Unit will probe an R11m bonus paid to Motsoeneng

Joburg’s commuters under pressure as taxis block city’s main arteries

Taxi drivers have blocked key transport routes in Johannesburg‚ causing widespread disruption as parts of the city are brought to a halt

‘Zuma like Putin’ as Guptas’ smear campaign against journalists continues

Surveillance and intimidation of journalists, including Business Day’s Peter Bruce, smacks of Soviet-style dictatorship

Businesses come to aid of displaced South Africans

Airbnb, Vodacom and Standard Bank are among local businesses that have donated money and services to help the victims of the recent fires and floods

BUSINESS DAY TV: What the secret ballot ruling means for democracy

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The Constitutional Court ruling that pleases everyone

From the ANC to the opposition, to Parliament itself — everyone is claiming the ruling on a secret ballot in Parliament as a victory

Nursing union Denosa decries council’s decision to rewrite exams

The South African Nursing Council should have completed its investigation before punishing all students who wrote the May exam, the union says

Keeping it in the family: how wealthy parents can safeguard their fortune

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Mogoeng: Secret ballot up to Mbete

Speaker Baleka Mbete must use her discretion on secret no-confidence ballot, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng rules

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Pravin Gordhan axing stalls launch of youth internships

A million youth internships are on hold until 2018 as the CEO Initiative joint venture ‘remandates the team on the way forward’

Silos ready for record maize harvest

Capacity is adequate for the bumper crop, says Grain Handling Organisation of Southern Africa head

Reprieve for crime intelligence personnel

The unit gives in to demands by unions to withdraw the directive transferring all crime intelligence personnel to regular police stations