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Nupsaw rejects public sector wage deal

Nupsaw general secretary Success Mataitsane said the union “rejects this agreement with the contempt it deserves”

Editorial: Halt DG merry-go-round

​South Africans who deal with bureaucracy often blame its apparent paralysis, or at least lethargy, on corruption, incompetence or laziness.

Spotlight back on Minister Faith Muthambi

The Sunday Times reported that a staffer claimed that every time Muthambi went home to Limpopo, she would return with a new employee.

It wasn’t just Gordhan: Other Zuma critics deposed in shock reshuffle sweep

Some of Zuma’s known detractors were removed and replaced with ministers who are sympathetic towards him

Government crosses fingers as municipal wage talks drag on

Government has tabled its final municipal wage offer but both sides are hopeful that this is not the end of the road and that a strike can be averted.

Padayachie pursued a better Africa — Zuma

President Jacob Zuma expressed condolences on Saturday morning following the death of Public Service and Administration Minister Roy Padayachie.

Padayachie was ‘a committed patriot’

Roy Padayachie was a committed patriot who died in the service of his country, deputy minister of public service and administration said on Saturday.

Public Service Minister Roy Padayachie dies

Minister of Public Service and Administration Roy Padayachie has died in Ethiopia, government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi said on Saturday.

Padayachie aims for single public service

Public Service Minister Roy Padayachie has said plans are under way to introduce a single public service, integrating all three spheres of government.

Richard Baloyi, deputy ‘at loggerheads’

Tensions are mounting between Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi and his deputy, Ayanda Dlodlo, say departmental officials.

Mail & Guardian is victim of ‘agenda setters’

Is it a question of being presumed guilty until proved innocent? Is it a representation of certain interests or political game-playing?

What’s fuelling our labour disputes?

Jacob Zuma's R2.4-billion loan to Swaziland has unwittingly strengthened the hand of unions, says <b>Rapule Tabane</b>.

SA hit by strike fever

As the country reels from twin strikes by the metal and chemical worker unions, a further strike is looming by nearly a million members of Cosatu.

Publishing of Ministerial Handbook ‘illegal and irresponsible’

Dumisani Nkwamba, spokesperson for the minister of public service and administration, responds to the <i>M&G</i>'s editorial.

The elusive Ministerial Handbook

In recent years the Ministerial Handbook has been held up as putting an official stamp on the spending habits of ministers.

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Zuma, Zondo play the waiting game

The former president says he will talk once the courts have ruled, but the head of the state capture inquiry appears resigned to letting the clock run out as the commission's deadline nears

Stern warning against Covid greets Mthembu’s death

The ANC has slammed conspiracy theorists and cautioned against showing complacency towards the deadly virus

Lala ngoxolo Mvelase Jackson Mthembu

In his announcement, President Cyril Ramaphosa called the late minister ‘a life-long champion of freedom and democracy’

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