Gungubele: No less than R60bn required to shut down SAA: Deputy Finance Minister Gungubele told Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriations that the government had considered the impact of liquidating SAA.
Eskom to issue new coal contracts soon to avert power crisis: The utility says it has put a number of measures in place to deal with coal shortages at seven of its power stations.
Family of man killed during NW protest demands answers over death: Bulelani Sizani’s family says that he wasn’t part of the ongoing protests that have gripped the province over Premier Supra Mahumapelo’s fate.
Saftu pleased with turnout at nationwide marches: Thousands of workers joined the trade union federation in various cities to protest against a R20 per hour minimum wage and other labour laws.
Top SANDF general’s personal driver arrested for robbery: The police arrested Corporal Jacob Marakalla in the Vhembe district on Tuesday after receiving information about suspects who were planning a cash-in-transit heist. Instead, they allegedly robbed a local business.
Saftu comments on Ramaphosa’s salary unfortunate, says president’s spokesperson: Ramaphosa’s spokesperson Khusela Diko says the personal comments about Ramaphosa’s income and personal lifestyle is unfortunate and uncalled for.
Nzimande to meet with unions over nationwide bus strike: Repeated attempts to stave off and to end the countrywide industrial action have come to nothing.
De Lille ready to fight to stay on as CT mayor: The majority of the Democratic Alliance (DA)’s city caucus on Wednesday night voted in favour of a motion of no confidence for De Lille to go.
[WATCH] DA caucus votes in support of motion of no confidence in De Lille: The Democratic Alliance caucus has voted for the removal of Patricia de Lille as the mayor of Cape Town following a vote of no confidence against her.
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