South Africa is readying a mandatory vaccine policy and is set to implement it early next year, a senior labour union official said.
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Cabinet has decided to scrap the electronic tolling of Gauteng’s freeways, Moneyweb reported on Monday, citing transport minister Fikile Mbalula.
South Africa will soon agree on a comprehensive, unified approach to turning around Eskom, according to the public enterprises minister.
After years of wrangling, South Africa appears no closer to finalising a plan to cut Eskom’s R402-billion of debt to more sustainable levels.
Government has once again failed to make any pronouncement on the future of the controversial e-tolls scheme in Gauteng.
Key government ministers have reached a broad agreement to sell some of Eskom’s coal-fired power plants to help reduce its debt burden, finance minister Enoch Godongwana said.
Enoch Godongwana says topping his “to-do list” to bolster economic growth includes reforming the country’s electricity supply and assigning spectrum.
Government and some state-owned entities appear to be painting themselves into a corner on the user-pays principle, which government often uses to justify e-tolls.
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced 10 changes to his cabinet, including the appointment of close political ally Enoch Godongwana as his new finance minister.
South Africa has a new minister and deputy minister of communications & digital technologies, with Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams redeployed to the small business development portfolio.