‘Energy policy uncertainty is being addressed on an ongoing basis through the reform process that is at the centre of our national economic recovery effort.’
The union had submitted a memorandum to the president on improving occupational health and safety, conditions of service and salary adjustments for the 2020/21 financial year.
Emfuleni Local Municipality shames itself into the legal record books
The R492m default judgment awarded against the municipality is unheard of, and the eye-watering interest of R134 834.49 per day equally so.
It’s now patently clear that acting Government Printing Works (GPW) CEO Alinah Fosi was guaranteed the job despite a slew of allegations of improper conduct.
The operation targeted Dainfern Extension, Dainfern Proper, and Dainfern Ridge, where City Power said it was owed and losing millions in revenue.
The matter is now subject to an internal investigation according to the department.

Government Gauteng depts meet to discuss R82m unoccupied Mayibuye Primary School

The DID will also make a submission to the provincial treasury for additional funding to finish the project.

Government Customary Initiation Bill provides guidelines on virginity testing

Comments can be sent to the Western Cape government by 28 September.

Community treated in tents, with R124 million white elephant clinic next door

Government Community treated in tents, with R124 million white elephant clinic next door

The community of Hammanskraal are receiving medical services in tents and containers, while a newly built R124-million stands unused, due to squabbles between the Gauteng Provincial and Tshwane Metro governments.

Government ANC Gauteng tells Ramaphosa Diko cannot return as spokesperson just yet

ANC Gauteng secretary Jacob Khawe said the party told the president that it was in the government’s best interests for the party to reach finality on the cloud over her head before she returns to work.

Government Gauteng arts, culture dept to ‘probe’ non-operational Women’s Monument in Pretoria

In 2016, the monument had been was unveiled by former president Jacob Zuma with Sophie de Bruyn attending the event.

Government Presidency confirms Ramaphosa is on bed rest for common cold

Nehawu held a protest outside the Union Buildings on Monday in a bid to get the president to respond to their demands submitted earlier this month.

Government Sisulu directs departments to start paying invoices, finalise outstanding water use licences

Sisulu expects a report within 14 days of all outstanding invoices and applications of water use licences.

Government New Bill could ‘expunge’ criminal records for admitting to guilt fines

A draft legislative proposal, in the form of the bill, would revise the current admission of guilt fine ‘as provided for in the CPA’.

Government KPMG ‘rogue unit’ payments ‘acceptance of culpability’ – Van Loggerenberg

Van Loggerenberg said, however, he had no idea KPMG and Sars had been in these discussions until Friday, and raised concerns around those who were actually affected not having been involved.

Government Ramaphosa ‘careful’ with Covid-19 graft report due to ANC politics – analyst

‘While trying to come out as someone who is anti-corruption, the party internally is not so much aligned to his stance.’

Government R1.2m Sassa fraud: Eastern Cape man nabbed over false disability grants

According to Hawks spokesperson Lwando Zenzile, the man allegedly recruited people in Bisho and Zwelitsha to supply him with ID numbers which he provided to Sassa officials who then fraudulently created disability grants between August 2018 and September 2019.

Government DA says district model is risky

Brink said while the plan is being rolled out, government has been silent on pressing issues in local government, including the electricity crisis in municipalities that are defaulting on their Eskom debt.

Covid-19 SA moving from ‘eye of storm’, but virus still a threat – Dlamini-Zuma

Dlamini-Zuma said adjusted transport and education protocols will be elaborated on by the relevant ministers soon. 

Government Free State premier says DA’s allegations regarding 214m spend on events are ‘misleading’

Sefora ‘Sisi’ Ntombela’s office says media inquiries regarding the spending make ‘dangerously misleading’ claims that it held ‘parties’ using taxpayers’ money.

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