Enoch Godongwana has bashed Cosatu for rejecting the proposed youth wage subsidy.
ANC heavyweight Enoch Godongwana and his wife Thandiwe are being pursued for losses following the plundering of clothing workers' pension funds.
Canyon Springs' liquidators have advised law firm to claim large chunk of promised pension refund.
'If they can't produce, somebody else must be given the opportunity to produce,' warns ANC policy czar.
The ANC aspires to focus on the poor when policy proposals are fleshed out at its upcoming lekgotla.
Enoch Godongwana and his wife Thandiwe are party to the loss of millions in workers' pension fund money.
While disgraced officials may resign, firing them is tricky. SA's parties are trying to come up with ways to deal with those who try to brazen it out.
The Pinnacle Point insolvency hearing has heard that former trade unionist Richard Kawie was introduced to the developers by the Trilinear owner.
ANC draft policies have apparently been hurriedly watered down to calm investors who were alarmed by leaked reports.
The ruling party has motioned that Transnet help mining houses by upgrading or building rail infrastructure, which is a cheaper form of transport.
Subpoenaed bank accounts show former minister did receive a salary that he failed to disclose to Canyon Springs.
Fraud-accused Richard Kawie has failed to appear before the Canyon Springs liquidition probe, claiming he is too depressed and too ill to attend.
Former deputy minister Enoch Godongwana told the Canyon Springs inquiry he and Richard Kawie loaned money to each without any written agreements.
Why has Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel let off the hook by the Canyon Springs investigation into union workers' missing pension funds?
An independent actuary told the Canyon Springs Investments 12 insolvency inquiry how she found irregularities in investment statements.
Jailed Trilinear boss Sam Buthelezi has refused to give evidence to the Canyon Springs insolvency probe, citing his legal representative's absence.
The DA has accused Sactwu of shielding Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel from the fallout of R100-million worth of workers' pension funds.
Officials say minister left before he was pushed as case into missing worker millions continues.
Enoch Godongwana has quit as a deputy minister amid a scandal over missing unionists' pension funds. We trace his rise and fall in SA politics.
Enoch Godongwana insists his resignation as deputy minister of economic development is not due to a probe into how R100m in union money disappeared.