Friday, June 22, 2018

Massive jump in petrol price predicted by AA

Unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF) is forecasting a sharp jump in fuel prices at the end of...

‘This is an historic moment for Zimbabwe’

A law lecturer who acted as political advisor to former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai says that all evidence points to a “coup” under way...

WATCH – Military vehicles moved into Harare in an apparent military coup

Armoured vehicles and a tank were seen near Harare on Tuesday. A televised broadcast of a military spokesperson has said that Robert Mugabe is...

South Africa downplays Zimbabwe instability‚ says citizens can travel across border

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says South Africans planning to visit Zimbabwe on Wednesday should continue with their plans despite fears of...

Lynne Brown fears ‘kangaroo court’ in Eskom inquiry

Public enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says Parliament's inquiry into state capture runs the risk of becoming a "kangaroo court" after it heard testimony that...

South African women urged to lend support to Movember

South African women are being urged to support the Movember campaign in a bid to save more men from suicide‚ cancer and mental health...

10 things you need to know about the tertiary education fees report

President Jacob Zuma on Monday released the long-awaited Heher Commission report. The commission was appointed to look into the feasibility of scrapping fees at higher...

JUSTICE MALALA: Zuma keeps snout in trough

The president and his gang of thieves know that no one is going to lift a finger and arrest them On July 29 Eskom's now...

We’re broke but we can fix it‚ says Eskom

Electricity provider Eskom is in a precarious financial position and is desperately trying to avoid a liquidity crunch that may render it unable to...

Eskom confident it will manage cash crunch

State owned power utility Eskom is confident that it will survive a looming cash crunch if a new board is appointed and corporate governance...

Commission recommends bill of rights to guarantee taxpayers’ rights

The Davis Tax Committee has recommended SA adopt a taxpayer bill of rights‚ to guarantee taxpayers’ rights in their interactions with the South African...

Water department’s R30-million bonus bonanza

Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane has admitted that her department paid out R30-million worth of bonuses to its employees‚ despite the department...

United Democratic Movement‚ Patriotic Alliance attempt to oust Trollip in Nelson Mandela Bay

The Democratic Alliance’s coalition partners and opposition parties in Nelson Mandela Bay have filed their intention to move a motion to have Mayor Athol...

Thumbs-up by Gigaba for MPs salary hike

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba supported the recommendations of the Independent Commission for the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers to raise the salaries of ministers...

We don’t have money or staff, says fisheries department

MPs told directorate can’t implement co-operatives policy The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) has admitted in Parliament it does not have the resources...

Zuma: Free education article a fabrication

President Jacob Zuma’s office has rubbished as “a fabrication” a Sunday Times article revealing that his plans to announce free education in his State...

Sunday Times: How the Treasury blocked Zuma

Front page of the Sunday Times: President Jacob Zuma’s budget-busting plan for free higher education set off a flurry of panic among senior government officials...

Fabulous goods to buy at Settler’s Park Morning Market

Settler's Park have pulled out all the stops this year, and have a phenomenal assortment of gifts, knitwear, sewing, arts and crafts and more...

Kids leave their mark at Outdoor Focus

THE little ones from Tigger Tots had a fun and exciting day last Friday at Outdoor Focus and Kiddies Beach. Manager of Outdoor Focus, Renae...

One of Pauw’s sources was spooked by prospect of being sniffed out

One of journalist Jacques Pauw’s key sources for his explosive book was so spooked by the prospect of being sniffed out that he considered...

Charges laid against ‘President’s Keepers’ author Jacques Pauw

Gauteng provincial police spokesman Colonel Lungelo Dlamini has announced that criminal charges had been opened against author and investigative journalist Jacques Pauw. TimesLIVE understands that...

WATCH: Jacques Pauw’s book launch hit by power outage

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Shocking claims in Eskom inquiry

On July 27 2017‚ Eskom’s head of legal compliance Suzanne Daniels drove from Melrose Arch in Johannesburg’s northern suburbs to her home‚ poured herself...

‘Undue influence’ involved in setting up late night Eskom meeting

Eskom's former company secretary says she is “convinced there must have been some undue influence” in the setting up of a late night meeting...

Financial boffins query Gigaba’s motive for SARS inquiry

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's surprise announcement of an inquiry into South Africa's tax administration has financial experts querying his motive. In a statement‚ issued on...

SABC now has a R600-million debt

The SABC continues to bleed money. it emerged in Parliament on Tuesday that it now owes its creditors close to R600-million. This was revealed by...

Madonsela believes technology vital to increase inclusivity and accountability

In case you were wondering what President Zuma’s most acclaimed appointment has been up to since she left the Chapter Nine institution that she...

This year’s Black Friday promises to be ‘best ever’

It is time for shopping mayhem again so brace yourself for Black Friday on November 24. Economist Mike Schussler said he expects to see large...

Queues of desperation: Zimbabweans race against time for work permits

Home Affairs: As deadline looms, Zimbabweans wait for hours to get work permits Thousands of Zimbabweans have to queue for hours in a desperate race...

Sales of President’s Keepers soar as possible court battles loom

As the author and publisher of an explosive book revealing South Africa’s “shadow mafia state” prepare for a showdown with government agencies The President’s...
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