Justice Minister Michael Masutha is yet to decide whether to lay fraud charges against Clive Derby-Lewis – the assassin of the late SA Communist Party leader Chris Hani – for misrepresenting his medical records in his bid to receive medical parole.
Daniel Mahori says he briefly lost his mind as he held his dying son and watched the 14-year-old’s blood seep on to his hands.
The man accused of instigating the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto on Monday night will not back down on his warnings to community members about not following municipal bylaws when letting out their properties to foreigners to trade.
An uneasy calm returned to Soweto last night following the xenophobic violence that has seen spaza shops that are owned by immigrants looted and the owners fleeing with heavily armed police escorts.
The City of Tshwane will put 81 properties and 10 prime portions of land on auction to raise R500 million to fund various projects aimed at improving the lives of the poor, mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa has announced.
A new policy proposes awarding government tenders worth more than R10 million only to companies that have 50% youth representation.
The Constitutional Court will on February 10 hear arguments about why political parties should come clean about who funds them.
Itumeleng Molosi, the suspended public works official who pleaded guilty to irregularly appointing contractors and flouted tender procedures on the R246 million Nkandla project, has been allowed to continue working for free, despite being slapped with a two-month unpaid suspension.
South Africa needs more entrepreneurs and fewer tenderpreneurs, says Deputy Minister in the Presidency Buti Manamela.
A senior department of public works employee has become the first official involved in the upgrades of President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead to take the fall for the R246 million project.
Taxpayers will continue to fork out for the maintenance of security installations at President Jacob Zuma’s private Nkandla home, but he will foot the bill for any work done on his private home, the department of public works has said.
Some of South Africa’s civil servants are paying for their own Christmas parties and bringing their own booze as Treasury’s cost-saving measures finally take hold.
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I run because I run, and lately it feels like I’ve been running for my life.
From the corridors of Parliament to the beautiful plains of Giyani, the notion of a rainbow nation is sung out as an obvious reality.
Former president Thabo Mbeki made a promise to the world in July 2008.