Cabinet has resolved to appeal the high court judgment that declared the Covid-19 regulations under levels 3 and 4 invalid and unconstitutional.
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Government has amended regulations that prohibited telecommunications operators from porting customers’ numbers and scrapped rules regarding the electronic tracking and tracing of individuals.
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.
It’s high noon for the future of e-tolls. A final decision on the controversial Gauteng tolling scheme is expected to be made in Wednesday’s budget speech.
Despite an imminent government decision on the future of e-tolls, the department of transport has published revised tariffs for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project that will be effective from 1 March.
Government is reviving a so-called energy “war room” to tackle the nation’s electricity crisis, as it brought forward the date when the incoming CEO of the state power utility will start work.
Cabinet has mandated public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan to engage the newly appointed Eskom chief executive, André de Ruyter, on the possibility on commencing in the role earlier than anticipated.
While the government pledged to name a new head of Eskom by the end of October, it’s missed repeated deadlines to act, evidence of how politically fraught the process has been.
Government will announce its strategy to turn around ailing Eskom after it has finalised a master plan to revive the economy, according to minister in the presidency Jackson Mthembu.
Much dust has been kicked up over MultiChoice’s channel agreements with the SABC and the Guptas’ ANN7 television news channel. The claim is that these parties colluded in a form of state capture and corruption to their mutual