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The report, released on Saturday by President Cyril Ramaphosa, details how the intelligence services were used to advance Jacob Zuma’s interests
President Ramaphosa has established a Special Investigating Unit Special Tribunal, in an effort to fast track the recovery of funds lost to the state
Beach-goers were told to leave Clifton beach by PPA guards last Sunday, two days before Christmas
The 2019 elections will take place in May 8, 15, 22, or 29 while the final voter registration weekend is set for the end of January, the IEC says
On Sunday, AfriForum said it had obtained a warrant from the high court to seize the moveable assets of EFF CIC Julius Malema and his party
The minister has apologised to his family and the South African public for the ‘pain and embarrassment’ that the circulation of the video will cause
Van Rooyen’s only act as finance minister was to have a go at his imposter on social media. Sarah Evans chats to "David".
David van Rooyen has dismissed cynical speculation that he approved any deals, particularly with regards to SAA, while serving as finance minister.
In his first press conference since being reappointed finance minister, Gordhan has pledged to ensure "sound fiscal management".
This week it was the mining companies’ turn to tell the court why they can’t be held responsible for the suffering of thousands of former mineworkers.
Precarious work is becoming the norm as bosses increase their levels of exploitation.
But a minority judgment would have granted My Vote Counts’s wish to see Parliament pass legislation giving citizens fair access to party funding info.
A task team formed to curb job losses in the steel industry is expected to meet with government in the next two weeks.
Two splinter groups have parted ways with the South African Municipal Workers’ Union, claiming abuse of funds.
Taking on Al-Bashir drew fire from political quarters unfazed by his human rights abuses
The local steel industry is vanishing and about 190 000 people face losing their jobs.
The Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela community will hold the legal rights to land they were deprived of during apartheid after seven years of litigation.
The refugee reception office in Port Elizabeth will have to be reopened, following a court ruling this week.
The case against Julius Malema may have been struck off the roll, but the charges remain unanswered.
Between the second quarters of 2014 and 2015, union membership in South Africa decreased by 17 000 members.
Two "political prisoners" were granted bail in Swaziland on Tuesday after being detained on terrorism charges for more than a year.
The Constitutional Court has handed down judgment against South African billionaire entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth over a R250-million exit charge.
Legal Aid South Africa says the order to fund representation for injured and arrested Marikana miners has implications for those seeking funding.
Cosatu’s policy is one sector, one union but there could be two, metalworker’s union if Numsa has its way.
Numsa has to figure out exactly what form of socialism its new party will adopt, what it will mobilise around, and with what resources.
Thousands of South Africans turned out for the march against xenophobia in Johannesburg on Thursday.
Although the latest outbursts revolve around xenophobia, the state needs to put a stop to all violence in South Africa.
The Northern Cape, with its abundance of unpaved tracks, is riddled with disputes over the awarding of lucrative infrastructure contracts.
With mounting debts hanging over its head, the future existence of the SA Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union remains under threat.
The metalworkers union says workers at the Medupi power station were partaking in a peaceful protest after which Eskom decided to shut down the plant.
Press Council appeals panel has ordered the Sunday Times to apologise to Ronnie Kasrils over a misleading poster and story.