Gordhan has been widely criticised for his handling of SOEs, which has led to calls for his resignation.
The communications minister has denied all allegations made against her and called reports ‘a malicious smear campaign’.
Flights will remain operational as government struggles to raise business rescue money.
The president has promised ‘consequences’ for public officials not doing their work and a commitment ‘to end the practice of poorly qualified individuals being parachuted into positions’.
The people now have the power to fight failed municipalities
A court ruling against the Makana municipality means time may now be running out for similarly dysfunctional local governments.
Over the last few months, Necsa has reportedly been trying to obtain Mantashe’s approval to redirect pre-allocated funds in order to cover salaries and operational expenses.

DA’s Ghaleb Cachalia labels Alexkor ‘another SOE circling the drain’

According to Cachalia, the SOE has thus far amassed an accumulated loss standing at R173.6 million and therefore stands as a reason why mines should never be nationalized.

Brian Molefe’s ex-wife tapped as front-runner in search for Transnet CEO

Portia Derby is said to have been chosen for her experience in governance and her strong leadership skills. 

Cele to visit Alex following the fatal shooting of a woman allegedly shot by cops

The 28 year old was shot and killed allegedly during a crossfire between police and suspects on Wednesday,15 January 2020.

Northern Cape will blossom if premier’s plans work out

Northern Cape will blossom if premier’s plans work out

Dr Zamani Saul said the province had huge potential and he planned to leverage it, to grow its economy and create jobs.

Mazibuko calls for calm in Alex after woman killed in a shootout involving cops

‘Until it has been established whose firearm shot and killed Mathane-Radebe, I would like to request that the community exercise restraint.’

SA’s new refugee regulations could have been drafted by Trump, says activist

Ban on political activity is ‘illegal, unconstitutional and contrary to the UN convention on refugees’.

SAA, Eskom expected to take centre stage at ANC’s NEC meeting

Issues concerning SAA were partially discussed at the party’s last meeting shortly before the 8 January celebrations.

Improving school infrastructure high on govt’s agenda

Mud schools should be banished to the past so that ‘all our children can go to the toilet in safe and hygienic conditions’, the president said.

Last board members leaving ‘sinking’ Necsa ‘long overdue’ – Nehawu

Last board members leaving ‘sinking’ Necsa ‘long overdue’ – Nehawu

The trio jumped ship to escape responsibility and accountability for pushing the agency to the brink of collapse, the union says.

Tshwane council: Battle for sequence of motions ends in acrimony

As ANC and EFF councillors argued with the speaker, the council was disrupted on several occasions.

‘I want police action’ – Gauteng premier on Winterveld schools robberies

‘People shed their blood for our country to be free. We can’t allow criminals to terrorise our communities and destroy the infrastructure we have.’

Mokgoro fires North West health dept HOD for fraud

Thabo Lekalakala not only lied on his CV, a disciplinary hearing found, he also was involved in financial irregularities and gross misconduct.

I found out about the new job from my daughter – new Eskom chair Makgoba

The former UKZN vice chancellor and health ombudsman says he’s honoured to serve the nation in his new role.

I will not be a ‘doomsayer’ about Eskom at Davos – Mboweni

The finance minister says the upcoming World Economic Forum is a place to attract potential investors, rather than a platform for political speeches.

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