SAA could see group structure changes as govt considers study recommendations: It was announced on Wednesday that oversight for SAA has been transferred back from the Finance Ministry to that of Public Enterprises, now under the leadership of Pravin Gordhan.
Proposed Tobacco Bill will cripple our business – informal traders: The bill proposes banning the display of tobacco products, and the sale of loose cigarettes and the introduction of plain packaging.
Nzimande instructs Prasa to get trains in order after safety permit refused: The Railway Safety Regulator says the company’s current safety permit expired on Tuesday.
Ramaphosa: Govt working hard to make gender-violence disappear in SA: Ramaphosa met with #TotalShutDown activists outside the Union Buildings on Wednesday night after they demanded he personally receives their memorandum.
#TotalShutDown: ‘It’s painful to see women & children suffer at hands of men’: Fatima Abrahams says while her organisation assists about 300 people per day, there are still too many children who are suffering at the hands of men.
Ramaphosa initiates process to suspend Jiba, Mrwebi: The two advocates returned to work last week after the Supreme Court of Appeal set aside the High Court order, which struck them from the roll of advocates.
Shabangu confident Sassa can eliminate cash payments by September: This is despite a panel of experts telling the Constitutional Court in July, that it expects Sassa to require another extension of its contract with Cash Paymaster Services.
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