2 schools specialising in nuclear technology launched in Atteridgeville: Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the department plans to open 25 specialisation schools in the province.
Activists against proposed CT budget to march to Parliament on Wednesday: Demands include, stopping the installation of water management devices, reducing level 6B water tariffs and scrapping all arrears and incorrect bills.
‘Cash-strapped SAA urgently needs fresh cash boost to keep going’: CEO Vuyani Jarana told MPs that of the R10 billion cash injection SAA was given last year, R7.6 billion went to repay loans and R2,4 billion was used for operating costs.
Mineral Resources to appeal ruling on black ownership threshold: The High Court in Pretoria ruled in favour of a Chamber of Mines’ challenge to a government regulation which specified that a black ownership target of 26% must be maintained.
EFF throws weight behind Saftu march: The red berets say they stand in solidarity with the trade union federation and are urging workers to join the industrial action.
Parliament passes bill to regulate e-hailing services: Transport Minister Blade Nzimande says the National Land Transport Amendment Bill will help to better respond to challenges facing the public transport industry.
Maxhosa’s Laduma on Zara design knock-offs: It’s shocking & lacks integrity: A post on social media raised eyebrows as it showed a range of socks being sold at Zara with one of the distinct patterns Maxhosa has come to be known for.
Inquiry told SABC spent about R700K on travel, lodging for ex-board, officials: DA MP Phumzile van Damme says the money needs to be recovered from those who snubbed the ad hoc committee tasked with the inquiry.
Abrahams slams AfriForum over Malema private prosecution bid: NDPP Shaun Abrahams says AfriForum is misinforming the public and has no reason to privately prosecute Julius Malema.
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