Corruption Watch adamant Moyane should face criminal charges: Corruption Watch says it welcomes the filing of disciplinary charges against Tom Moyane, the hearing alone is not enough.
Gordhan appoints new interim board at Transnet: Minister Pravin Gordhan says he is confident that the new interim board has the capacity to provide the kind of corporate governance needed during this period.
Rob Davies: US steel tariffs having adverse effect SA steel sector: The duties came into effect in mid-March and include a 10% tariff on the imports of aluminium and a 25% tariff on imports of steel into the US.
Ramaphosa orders security cluster ministers to meet over KZN killings: The latest victim was Maqatha Mchunu who was shot and killed outside his home in Pietermaritzburg on Friday.
#RandReport: Rand rides risk sentiment higher: At 1638 GMT, the rand was trading at 12.2750 to the dollar, around 0.1% stronger than its close on Friday.
Bus services expected to resume tomorrow: Satawu’s Zanele Sabela has confirmed all agreements have been signed and strike is over.
Winter readiness campaign launched in CT: Through the campaign, the department will be helping shelters and NGOs assisting vulnerable residents.
Police monitoring Delft following taxi protests, violence: Earlier on Monday, demonstrators burned tyres and blocked Symphony Road between Hindle and Saartjie Baartman.
Device found at Verulum mosque confirmed as homemade device used to start fires: It was initially believed to be a bomb but now the Hawks have referred to it as a ” homemade incendiary device”.
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