The DA wants to know how Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan plans to debt collect from Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia.
‘You have helped unite the country and you have lifted the spirit of the country,’ the president said.
The Springboks stopped at the Union Buildings to kick off a five-day trophy parade, which will end in Cape Town on Monday.
Questions asked about conflicts of interest and unfinished projects.
VBS-tainted Vhembe district gets new municipal manager
‘Dedication, commitment, hard work, transparency and teamwork are my five pillars for success,’ said Sylvia Ndou, Vhembe district municipality municipal manager.
She said she had completed her interviews with all the politicians allegedly involved, including those at national level and among the ANC’s top brass.

Cape Town calls on residents to reconsider harmful Guy Fawkes antics

Smith said there were also numerous reports throughout the day of youths attacking people and vehicles.

Axed Public Protector senior executive Basani Baloyi to challenge dismissal in court

Baloyi was reportedly deemed unsuitable for the position of chief operating officer, lacking the required skills and conduct.

Public Works owes municipalities over R1bn, De Lille reveals

This amidst the financial struggles of various municipalities in South Africa which resulted in many being placed under administration.

Nelson Mandela Bay metro faces being placed under administration

Cogta MEC Xolile Nqatha stated his intent to intervene in the metro was motivated by the ‘persistent failure of the municipality to fulfill its obligations’.

Magashule denies involvement in failing R200m dairy project

The province which brought you the Vrede Dairy Project is alleged to have spent millions on two failing agri-villages.

DA complains about government’s ‘house of horrors’ in Cape Town

An inspection visit of one state building revealed 30 families living in squalid conditions.

Prasa gunning for former exec to pay back the money

Prasa gunning for former exec to pay back the money

Daniel Mthimkhulu was fired in September over fraudulent activities, including playing a central role in the ‘too tall’ train tender scandal.

After RWC victory, Ramaphosa ready to face investors

Held under the theme ‘Accelerating Growth by Building Partnerships’ the investors’ conference aims at attracting much-needed foreign direct investment.

Bobani still safe as council meeting turns into chaotic screaming contest

‘Personal agendas were used to defend Bobani, none of what happened today was in the interest of the city,’ said Lulamile Moolman, special adviser to the AIC deputy mayor.

Mbalula spells out his mission to modernise Prasa

He said service providers have been appointed and billions of rand invested to safeguard train commuters and prevent crime.

Nelson Mandela Bay council sits again to decide mayor Bobani’s fate

The sitting began on Monday with a moment of silence for ANC councillor Mzuvukile Boti, who died in October.

Gauteng hospitals need R6bn to be safety compliant, says the DA

The party says critical areas include general machinery regulations, electrical installation regulations, firefighting equipment, lift regulations, storage, exits, stairs, and aisles.

Ramaphosa pays tribute to SA stars – avoids any mention of Proteas and Bafana

The president says the nation can learn a lot from the Springbok team under Siya Kolisi.

Gauteng social development MEC Thuliswa Nkabinde-Khawe dies

Gauteng Premier David Makhura confirmed on Saturday that Nkabinde-Khawe died in hospital on Friday evening.

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