Documents reveal SAP knew it was dealing with Guptas: The latest documents show that when problems were identified, the Guptas transferred their interests to a front company and SAP turned a blind eye.
National minimum wage implementation date to be announced in ‘due course’: Once the select committee has concluded its work, only then will it be possible to consider a date for promulgation of the bill as well as a date for the implementation of the national minimum wage.
15 South Africans stranded in China expected home today: It’s understood the group of about 50 were offered jobs as English teachers but didn’t have the correct documents.
Local investors encouraged to back local businesses: Eskom board chair Jabu Mabuza says the international investment is unlikely to happen at a large scale if local investors are not on board.
Govt & major banks to help bring SEOs into ‘sustainable position’: Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and Treasury have reportedly appealed for heads of major banks and asset managers to help bring SEO’s back to health.
Aldred Dreyer to manage SA’s digital migration project: Mokonyane says the Sentech executive has unparalleled knowledge of the digital migration project and has recently led a similar project in Namibia with great success.
Taxi bosses give JMPD 7 days to respond to demands: At least 500 taxis have been impounded as they are considered to be unroadworthy, but the drivers are disputing this.
[OPINION] The trouble with making LGBTIAQ people live on heterosexuals’ terms: Gay and lesbian South Africans can help to challenge homonormativity by seeking to understand who is made invisible by the privileges they now have access to.
South Africans hail Sjava for displaying African pride with BET Awards outift: South Africans hailed Sjava for proudly displaying his culture on an international stage, without fear of being ridiculed for the distinctly African threads.
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