9.12.2019 05:50 pm
Other ‘sacrifices’ include flying economy class inside SA and no security upgrades at private residences, the new ministerial handbook states.
Cars worth no more than R700,000, a R5,000 per month cellphone allowance, flying economy and no security upgrades to private residences: these are some of the "sacrifices" ministers, premiers and MECs will be making, according to the new ministerial handbook.
New City of Johannesburg Mayor Geoff Makhubo on Saturday announced his team to take the City ‘to the next level’, while acknowledging there were challenges.
The committee intends to publish an advert on January 2 calling for public input until the end of January.
The department of arts and culture says it has appointed Khensani Maluleke as the acting chairperson of the Robben Island Museum (RIM) following a disagreement with former chairperson Bernadette Muthien just months into her appointment.
While the upgrading of the road will ensure drivers’ safety, Mbalula warned this does not mean drivers could now be reckless.
The department was accused of neglect and failing to provide relevant services to shelters for victims of GBV by the Commission for Gender Equality.
Sars’s refusal to hand over the tax records is ‘a violation of the Constitution’ and ‘could be a criminal violation’, the public protector says.
But increasing its exposure to investments in international markets won’t happen ‘overnight’.
The RAF has had no permanent board over the last year and operated under an interim board that was appointed in July last year.
‘Commuting to and from work has become a matter of life and death, says commuter activist group.
Parties believe the airline being placed under business rescue is ‘the beginning of the end’.
Protesting foreign nationals held at repatriation centre have legal status to be in SA – home affairs
The department continues to encourage foreign nationals, who are in the country legally, to return to their places of residence.
Last month, Nokuthula Khanyile told The Witness she believed there was an orchestrated campaign to intimidate her.