A National Summit for Religious and Church Leaders took place at Rhema Church, Randburg, Johannesburg, Gauteng on Wednesday 13th February.
The settlement agreed to by South African Airways (SAA) with Comair for SAA to pay Comair R 1,2 billion in damages plus legal costs has added to the cash crisis at the national carrier.
The Auditor General South Africa (AGSA) report for 2017/18 released this week that delivered an adverse outcome on Nuclear Energy Corporation SA (Necsa) and casts doubt on the its ability to continue as a going concern, is misleading and should be investigated by the media.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's plan to reduce South Africa's nine provinces to six will not necessarily bring about a decrease in state expenditure; instead, it creates the impression that the government wants to centralise all power and decision making.
Due to continued pressure on the national grid, Eskom will implement Stage 4 loadshedding from 13h00 today and is likely to continue until 22h00.
The Portfolio Committee on Police will on Tuesday evaluate the current anti-gang strategy of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in its first meeting of 2019.
Today, Monday 4 February 2019, the Leader of the DA Youth, Luyolo Mphiti, will launch a petition on the campus of the University of the Free State, to stop the Black Land First (BLF) party of contesting the upcoming 2019 General Election.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in KwaZulu Natal is extremely angry with Somkhele Mine following the company's failure to adhere to the Labour Relations Act of 1995, Section 189(A) when dealing with retrenchments.