The president says each structure of government operates on its own, without much reference to another.
He told MPs that in deeply troubled companies, the chances of successfully implementing a turnaround strategy has been remote.
The Rules Committee will determine the appropriate course of action based on the report.
Opposition parties suggested stronger punishment for unruly behaviour by elected representatives.
The legislature wants to ‘ensure no member is payed for staying at their house’, even if this meant that salaries would be docked for not attending meetings.
In the last two months, gang warfare saw the closure of several schools in the city’s northern areas after a spate of killings.

Organised violence in freight, construction ‘is hurting KZN’

In the past weeks and months, trucks have been torched along the N3, and construction has been interrupted by groupings who demand a slice of the tenders.

Coal, nuclear and fracking back on the table as energy debate continues

The Integrated Resource Plan, which details the country’s future energy needs in all forms, is being finalised and will then go before cabinet for approval in September.

Sekhukhune mayor must come clean on report of R5.4m theft – DA

According to the DA, investigations found the fraud involved seven senior officials attached to the IT and finance department of the municipality.

DA calls for immediate recall of ambassador Bruce Koloane

Koloane’s actions were a direct breach of national security and a violation of the National Key Point Act, argues the party.

No more retrenchments at SABC, despite Sunday Times report – spokesperson

The broadcaster wants a funding application finalised to end ‘panic and uncertainty’ among SABC employees and the public.

DA welcomes SIU investigation into ‘dodgy’ Free State asbestos contract

This investigation, signed off by President Cyril Ramaphosa, would hopefully get to the bottom of the awarding of the contract.

Lamola to stop arrested Mozambican finance minister going home

The US in May expressed its anger over South Africa’s decision to extradite Chang to Mozambique.

SANDF goes to the Cape Flats… but when will their work start?

While the authorisation for a battalion has been granted, what a minister of police wants, a minister of police does not always immediately get.

Is self-confessed liar Bruce Koloane being recalled as ambassador?

South Africa can’t afford to have a representative who is ethically discredited, analysts say, and Foreign Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor will discuss the matter with President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Western Cape govt aims to address issues in crime-ridden hotspots

An inter-ministerial collaboration will facilitate intelligence gathering and sharing, and the roll-out of integrated social programmes in gang-ravaged communities.

Sanef says Mamoepa strived for a good relationship between the media and government

As part of honouring his legacy, the government unveiled and officially named the media centre at the GCIS offices in Pretoria after him.

Ramaphosa should ‘consider’ recalling Koloane – Pandor

This follows the minister saying at a media briefing that she would discuss the future of the ambassador with the president.

Public Works tenders will be open to public scrutiny, says De Lille

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure has undertaken to speed up the renewal of leases, appeals to property sector to help root out corruption.

Eskom only meets peak demand half the time

The risk of load shedding remains, but the outlook has improved as it slowly catches up on its maintenance backlog, and as it brings new units at Medupi and Kusile online.

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