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Talk of state spending rings hollow
Talk of state spending rings hollow
The ANC’s proposed economic stimulus package to boost growth and possible plans by the government to pump more money into ailing parastatals...
Whither the Mandela of the history books?
Whither the Mandela of the history books?
Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy is the subject of intense debate, and some people have labelled him posthumously as a “sell-out”,...
SOEs could undo the best laid plans
SOEs could undo the best laid plans
In the past few months, much work has been done to stabilise the country’s most precarious state-owned enterprises (SOEs) but it is nowhere near...
State’s IT merger plan slated
State’s IT merger plan slated
The government’s plan to merge state-owned enterprises to form one broadband firm is shortsighted and costly, according to the Democratic...
State loses patience with parastatals
State loses patience with parastatals
Last week PetroSA said it was offering its staff voluntary severance packages in a bid to right its dangerously listing ship.
Judicial activism can't just flout the Constitution
Judicial activism can't just flout the Constitution
Our Constitution envisaged that significant change to the legal system would be effected to ensure that the rules and principles that make it up...
E-toll bills burnt outside Sanral offices after drive-slow
E-toll bills burnt outside Sanral offices after drive-slow
Protesters burnt their unpaid e-toll bills on top of an empty coffin while singing the national anthem outside Sanral's offices in Pretoria on...
Cracks in Sanral's freeway support
Cracks in Sanral's freeway support
Pressure on the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) continues unabated, with the Gauteng ANC the latest voice to join the call to...
E-tolls could divide party and province
E-tolls could divide party and province
ANC leaders in Gauteng want the party to take a resolution against the controversial e-tolling ­system at its provincial conference in Pretoria...
Gauteng and national transport at odds over e-tolling review
Gauteng and national transport at odds over e-tolling review
The national department of transport has poured cold water on a Gauteng provincial review of the controversial etolling system, saying that a...
Transport Minister Peters apologises for Lwandle evictions
Transport Minister Peters apologises for Lwandle evictions
Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters has apologised for the evictions in Lwandle, near Somerset West.

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