Parly committee won’t probe state capture claims at Transnet, Denel: Parliament’s Public Enterprises Committee is hoping to table its final report on the Eskom inquiry in the National Assembly next month.
SA citizens to be given another chance to hand in illegal firearms: Parliament’s police portfolio committee on Tuesday said that it will consider a firearms amnesty following a request from the Minister of Police.
Zikalala: Zuma not source of divisions in ANC: Hundreds of party members are expected show former President Jacob Zuma solidarity when he returns to the dock on Friday.
Khayelitsha man left heartbroken after granddaughter (4) brutally murdered: Uyathandwa Stuurman disappeared while playing at her grandparents’ home in Lambatha Close in Makhaza on Monday evening.
Nkosi-Malobane calls on Sars to help keep illegal firearms out of SA: The MEC was speaking at a panel discussion and demonstration of new security technology by manufacturers of cash protection equipment, All Ask.
Ramaphosa, Mkhwebane to have say on extension of state capture inquiry: President Ramaphosa, the Public Protector and several political parties will have an opportunity to oppose the finalisation of the order on 2 October.
Numsa denounces bid to privatise Eskom: The union says it has been reliably informed that there is an intention to privatise the power utility, and it has informed the board of this.
Ramaphosa to deliver opening address at Brics summit: The summit, held in Sandton this year, will also hear remarks by China’s Xi Jinping, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, India’s Narendra Modi, and Brazil’s Michel Temer.
SAPS to remain in Zwelihle until order restored, says Cele: Police Minister Bheki Cele addressed thousands of residents in the area on Tuesday after meeting with protest leaders.
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