The bill seeks to broaden intelligence powers drastically but fails to address longstanding weaknesses in their oversight.
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SAP has entered into final settlement agreements related to a corruption probe into dodgy contracts in South Africa.
An acute shortage of skilled workers is restraining already tepid growth in South Africa – and the problem is self-inflicted.
Worries are growing that Russia and other nations could use technology in an effort to sway the outcome of the 2024 election.
South Africans should use next year’s elections to vote out “useless” politicians, a top bank CEO has said.
South Africa is set to miss all but one of the 2030 targets the National Planning Commission set just over a decade ago.
Former President Jacob Zuma appeared at a correctional facility on Friday but was released under a remission process.
Government incompetence has left critical infrastructure in tatters, forcing companies to step into the breach.
As Africa seeks to become an international hub for the trade of carbon offsets, its choice of partners may lead some investors to think again.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has given his cabinet six months to deliver on key priorities as elections loom.