The public protector suffered her first court action loss when the North Gauteng High Court ruled against her remedial action to change SARB’s mandate.
An outbreak of bird flu has been detected on two ostrich farms in the Western Cape.
Bench Marks Foundation has called on mines entering a state of suspension to establish a system of social grants to support the mineworkers being retrenched.
South Africa dodged a ratings downgrade bullet on Friday when credit ratings agency Moody’s chose not to release a ratings review as expected.
Economists believe that Jacob Zuma surviving the no confidence motion may positively effect Moody’s decision on whether to further cut SA’s credit rating.
Former Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni says he was fired from the Brics New Development Bank board.
President Jacob Zuma’s narrow victory in a no confidence vote on Tuesday has given some economists reason to hope, Fin24 reports.
Cosatu in the Western Cape has called on President Jacob Zuma to step down.
It has been discovered that Prasa has been paying more than R1 million a year for bodyguards to protect axed CEO Collins Letsoalo.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has changed his tune and announced that a forensic investigation into Eskom’s coal contract with Tegeta will go ahead.