The supreme court of appeal ruled on Thursday that it is up to the social development department to consider drafting legislation that will protect social grant beneficiaries from predatory practices.
Author Ray Mahlaka
A judgment by the constitutional court that compels former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini to pay 20% of the legal costs associated with the social grants fiasco out of her own pocket is a significant development.
More than R260-million. That is how much the now-defunct Gupta media entities The New Age and Infinity Media scored from government advertising contracts from 2011 to 2018.
Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma has used his first visit to South Africa to encourage governments in Africa to support small businesses to address the crippling challenge of unemployment.
After facing a worst-case scenario in which thousands of social grant beneficiaries have found themselves empty-handed since the start of July, the South African Post Office said it cannot guarantee a payment
Cash Paymaster Services, the subsidiary of tech giant Net1 UEPS, is facing fresh allegations of using “dirty tricks” to sabotage the South African Post Office’s efforts to become the sole social grants distributor over the
Liberty could face massive fines through civil lawsuits or from a government-mandated information regulator after falling victim to a cyberattack by unknown hackers. The financial services firm is fighting to prevent the release
The South African Post Office is set to take over the administration of cash payments to two million social grant beneficiaries when the contract of service provider Net1 UEPS subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services expires
Net1 UEPS CEO Herman Kotzé has downplayed the cash crunch faced by its social grant-distributing subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services, yet fears are growing that nearly two million elderly and disabled beneficiaries might