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6th March 2018 The Gauteng departments of Education and Health have secured the largest slices of Gauteng’s R121.2-billion budget for the 2018/19 financial year.... →
1st March 2018 The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) plans to publish the final End-user and Subscriber Service Charter Regulations by... →
7th February 2018 As the ongoing drought and resultant water crisis threatens Cape Town’s credit ratings and gross domestic product (GDP) growth, warnings of the... →
17th November 2017 Corruption amounting to R16.2-billion across 2 469 cases, now under investigation, has been uncovered over the past year by the City of... →
9th November 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Thursday said South Africa’s most populous province was no longer just talking about pursuing radical... →
7th November 2017 South Africa has only entered the first phase of the political uncertainty that is expected to persist until at least the 2019 national elections,... →
25th October 2017 With the implementation of the revised – and heavily contested – Mining Charter Three postponed to December, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on... →
25th October 2017 A civil service wage agreement surpassing Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation by even one point will substantially widen the current shortfall in... →
25th October 2017 With increasing indications that South Africa, on its current path, will not achieve its National Development Plan (NDP) ambitions, government is... →
26th September 2017 Business Unity South Africa (Busa) on Tuesday backed the Congress of South African Trade Union’s (Cosatu’s) calls against State capture and... →