15.1.2020 07:50 am
The minister says the energy department is currently replenishing the board, of which only three members reportedly remain, and if they want to leave, he won’t stop them.
Energy expert and EE business Intelligence MD Chris Yelland dropped a bombshell on Twitter on Wednesday morning, saying the entire board of the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (Necsa) has tendered its resignation to Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe.
Tributes have poured in for the late ‘father of black retail’ following the announcement of his death on Monday.
The Limpopo-born entrepreneur, often referred to as the father of black retail, died early on Monday morning after a short illness.
Rumours that some staff members have still not been paid their December salaries are untrue to the best of the ANC spokesperson’s knowledge.
JP Balous was arrested following tensions apparently resulting from the split of refugees into two camps at the Central Methodist Mission.
According to reports, a BMW SUV travelling from 7th Street opened fire at restaurant patrons seated outside.
The body of the 17-year-old boy who went missing while swimming at Guinjata with his cousin on Sunday has been found.
After park users were asked to share information, numerous messages streamed in.
An attempted theft incident at a block valve at Transnet’s Durban to Johannesburg petroleum pipeline resulted in petrol spillage and fire.
Though an independent investigator has been appointed, the expected duration of the investigation is unclear.
SANParks acting CEO Lize McCourt said the five were on precautionary suspension pending the finalisation of the investigation.
Momberg was found guilty of crimen injuria after she called a black police officer the k-word 48 times when he came to her aid following a smash-and-grab incident in 2016.
Following the incident Environment, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Barbara Creecy has instructed SANParks to suspend the officers involved.
Barbara Creecy instructs SANParks to suspend officials who were involved in scuffle with Nic Dlamini
The minister visited the cyclist in hospital on Friday to hear the turn of events directly from him.