Mining industry leaders give Eskom’s De Ruyter thumbs up
Just over a month into the job, Andre de Ruyter has impressed the mineral council of South Africa which says he met with major Eskom clients four days after he took to office.
PSA senior employees lodge court action to overturn their suspensions
The PSA is one of the country’s largest public service unions with over 240,000 members.
Mamabolo refuses to apologise to Malema family over physical abuse claims
On Wednesday, Mantoa Malema’s lawyers demanded a retraction from Mamabolo adding that his failure to do so would cost him R1 million.
New Nedlac director to focus on strengthening social partner relationships
Nedlac is the country’s apex social dialogue structure where government, business, labour, and community organisations consider socio-economic and labour policy and legislation.
Actions speak louder than words, ANC tells De Klerk
The governing party was responding to a statement issued by the foundation on Monday, which withdrew the earlier remarks and apologised for the impact.
Dali Mpofu: Campaign to strip FW de Klerk of Nobel prize still ongoing
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to De Klerk and late former President Nelson Mandela in 1993 for their efforts in bringing about a democratic South Africa.
'We understand your concerns,' Ramaphosa tells SA over Eskom, economy
Ramaphosa says the party is working on job creation and the restoration of Eskom.
Bathabile Dlamini endorses new LGBTIQ desk after Nare Mphela's murder
As the ANC celebrated its 108th birthday in Kimberley last week, the organisation used the occasion to launch the new unit, which will focus on the rights of vulnerable groups South Africa.
Eskom keeps the lights on another day, Ramaphosa dismisses talk of privatisation
The state-owned entity suspended load shedding on Saturday after several days of consecutive rolling blackouts.
Corruption will be dealt with severely, warns Ramaphosa
President Ramaphosa delivered the ANC’s 8 January statement in Kimberley on Saturday, where the party celebrated its 108th birthday.
ANC wants ‘clear and sober’ assessment of SOEs
This was contained in the party’s 8 January statement which was presented in brief by President Cyril Ramaphosa at a rally in Kimberley on Saturday.
‘The return of the land will happen’, what the ANC promises supporters
In his delivery of the January 8 statement, ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa has promised an end to poverty, joblessness and accountability at local govt level.
January 8 statement: The ANC’S priorities for 2020
This year, ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa told hundreds of people attending the anniversary celebrations in Kimberley that its plans for the year are underpinned on the Freedom Charter.
Patriarchy, bias behind poor accountability in ANC, says Bathabile Dlamini
Dlamini says it appears some ministers are being treated differently to others, suggesting that patriarchy in the ANC and other factors including bias is the reason Gordhan remains in office.
Supporters arrive at Tafel-Lager stadium for ANC 108th birthday celebrations
President Cyril Ramaphosa will also deliver the January 8 statement, in line with ANC tradition dating back to 1972 when the party was still in exile.
Guests to dig deep for dinner with top officials at ANC birthday party
The ANC could score an easy R500,000 on what it calls a platinum package offering a sponsor a table for 10 people at the deputy president’s table.
Presidency denies Ramaphosa misled over load shedding as stage 1 cuts kick in
Deputy President David Mabuza told reporters in Kimberley that Eskom deceived government, as the maintenance backlogs at the power utility simply meant that load shedding was here to stay.
Mantashe defends ‘misled’ Ramaphosa over load shedding
Minister Mantashe, who sits on the energy war room meant to revive Eskom, was replying to Deputy President David Mabuza’s comments.