Sarah Evans is a Mail & Guardian news reporter.She's a recovering musician who became a journalist while interning for the Diamond Fields Advertiser in Kimberley.She spent three years reporting there before completing an internship at the Mail & Guardian Centre for Investigative Journalism (amaBhungane).Her areas of interest include crime, law, governance, and the nexus between business and politics.Her areas of disinterest include skyscrapers.
Thousands of South Africans turned out for the march against xenophobia in Johannesburg on Thursday.
MPs say transfer pricing, though legal, presents challenges when determining if firms have evaded taxation and they want the practice criminalised.
The ConCourt has ruled that state organs, as employers, have to take over the employment contracts of workers - if a contract or tender is cancelled.
Although the latest outbursts revolve around xenophobia, the state needs to put a stop to all violence in South Africa.
A march to the Durban City Hall is expected to take place this week as violence against foreign nationals in KZN is falling short of being quelled.
The Northern Cape, with its abundance of unpaved tracks, is riddled with disputes over the awarding of lucrative infrastructure contracts.
Numsa says its members still have to vote on Eskom's offer that they return to work, but the NUM says they have already accepted the deal.
Workers are considering Eskom's offer to reinstate them even though working conditions at the Medupi power plant have not yet been addressed.
Only three of the 20 candidates being interviewed for vacancies in South Africa's higher courts are women.
Suspended SAA boss Monwabisi Kalawe strikes serious allegations against SAA chairperson, Dudu Myeni, and her drive to "control" all SAA decisions.