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29 June 2016
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Gauteng voices satisfaction with services, government in survey
SURVEY
The largest social attitudes survey ever conducted in Gauteng was launched on Tuesday at the University of Johannesburg, revealing the level of satisfaction and the concerns of 30 000 Gauteng...
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Coal price forecast to rise on production fall
COAL
A greater-than-expected decline in global mine production, predominately in China, has prompted Fitch group company BMI Research to forecast higher coal prices. The research group now calculates...
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SABC denies any internal crisis, appoints new acting CEO
PUBLIC BROADCASTER
The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) chief financial officer James Laguma was on Tuesday appointed as acting chief executive following Jimmi Matthews’s protest resignation after he...
 
 
Waterberg rail supply disappoints Exxaro
COAL
Rail supply in the Waterberg region since the beginning of the year has been disappointing, Exxaro Resources said on Tuesday. The JSE-listed company reported receiving only 3.5 trains a week from...
 
 
KZN introduces its mayoral candidates
POLITICS
The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday admitted that the local government election nomination process had been difficult for the party. “The nomination process did put a...
 
 
DA protests outside SABC
POLITICS
A small group of Democratic Alliance (DA) supporters gathered outside of the South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC')s Auckland Park buildings on Tuesday, calling for the removal of COO...
 
 
59 candidates vying for Public Protector post
PUBLIC PROTECTOR
There will be 59 people vying to fill Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s shoes. This after the list of candidates was whittled down from candidates who declined and those who did not respond to...
 
 
SABC appoints new CEO
PUBLIC BROADCASTER
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has appointed a new acting Group Chief Executive Officer, the public broadcaster announced. In a tweet on Tuesday, the SABC Online revealed that...
 
 
Opposition parties undermining ConCourt on Nkandla – ANC
POLITICS
Opposition parties are undermining the Constitutional Court's decisions by questioning the National Treasury report on Nkandla, African National Congress (ANC) spokesperson Zizi Kodwa told News24...
 
 
SABC board must go back to drawing board – Sanco
CENSORSHIP
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board should go back to the drawing board to minimise instability in the wake of its acting CEO Jimi Mathews resignation, The South African...
 
 
Zuma to study treasury report on R7.8m Nkandla payment
NKANDLA
The Presidency will study the National Treasury report which found that President Jacob Zuma should pay back R7.8-million for non-security upgrades in his Nkandla homestead, it said on Monday...
 
 
SA cabinet minister to unveil anti-racism song
RACISM
South African Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa will launch the "Anti-Racism Song" on Wednesday amid continuing exposure of racism in the country. The Arts and Culture department said...
 
 
DA would have prevented Tshwane violence – Msimanga
POLITICS
The Democratic Alliance (DA) would have prevented the violent protests in Tshwane, its mayoral candidate for the metro claimed on Monday. “We would have ensured that the police were there to...
 
 
Parliament to announce Public Protector nominees
Public Protector
Parliament's ad hoc committee to select a new Public Protector will on Tuesday announce the names of nominees and applicants for the job. The committee had received 21 nominations.
 
 
Zille's 'spy' to appear in court
POLITICS
The man accused of spying on the African National Congress (ANC) for Western Cape Premier Helen Zille is expected to appear in the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court on Tuesday. Western...
 
 
 
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