President Cyril Ramaphosa has won praise for his response to the coronavirus outbreak. Now, he’s risking a public backlash after members of his cabinet reversed some of his measures and made racially charged statements.
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Net1 UEPS Technologies is seeking to place a subsidiary that’s been ordered to repay hundreds of millions of rand to the welfare department in business rescue.
With South Africa in lockdown, citizens need to stand up to irrational decisions by politicians who think they know better. E-commerce is one area where this fight needs to be waged. By Duncan McLeod.
Parliament has published rules for virtual meetings of the national assembly and the national council of provinces, and their committees.
Energy regulator Nersa on Tuesday defended its decision to suspend its operations during the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown, a move that has surprised energy experts.
Government plans to spend R500-billion shoring up an economy devastated by the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and supporting those who’ve been worst affected.
South Africa is entitled to as much as R80-billion in emergency funding from the International Monetary Fund should it request financial support to fight the coronavirus, and it could do so with few strings attached.
Vodacom has rejected allegations published in a report on Thursday that it “gifted lucrative partnership deals” to companies linked to former Free State premier Ace Magashule in return for major government contracts.
Government has set up a hi-tech monitoring and evaluation platform in an effort to ramp up state capacity to monitor and respond to “fake news” proliferating during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Government is holding firm in a pay dispute with labour unions that represent more than 1.2 million workers, denying them promised increases.