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 Sassa cash hastily funded “dubious” events

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) has on Tuesday stuck the knife into the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) for evading supply chain management process when planning three events in KwaZulu-Natal. The damage tear open, following a presentation made to Scopa in Parliament which revealed that former  Sassa Chief …

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Presidency file a notice to comply with the court ruling on Zuma legal fees

The Presidency has on Monday filed a notice in the Pretoria High Court to comply with the court’s decision on the application by the Democratic Alliance (DA) on the provision by the state of legal help to former President Jacob Zuma. “The Presidency has demonstrated that it intends to submit …

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DPSA still waiting for unions to sign

The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) says it’s still waiting for labour unions to sign off the principal public sector wage agreement which was reached on Friday. The unions were meant to sign at 11am on Monday  by 12:30  but the unions had not budged. Minister of Public …

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Ramaphosa’s ‘bloated cabinet’ costs South Africans billions of rands, says DA

Since becoming head of state, President Cyril Ramaphosa promised to address government lavishness including giving due thought to chopping his Cabinet, says Democratic Alliance (DA) Shadow Minister of Public Administration Desiree van der Walt. In a statement on Sunday, Van der Walt said it is obvious from some Parliamentary answers …

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DA files papers to set aside Fraser’s appointment

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has filed papers with the Pretoria High Court to have President Cyril Ramaphosa’s appointment of Arthur Fraser as National Commissioner of Correctional Services set aside with immediate effect. In court papers on Friday, DA argues that President Ramaphosa flopped in his constitutional rights in appointing Frazer. …

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Volvo invests R25 m to YES initiative 

 Responding to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s “Thuma Mina” initiative, the Volvo Group Southern Africa is introducing a Youth Employment Initiative. The global Swedish automobile giant hopes that the initiative, unveiled on Saturday in its assembly plant in Durban, will help address South Africa’s high unemployment rate among the youth. Since 2015, Volvo …

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The Royal Wedding to be broadcast on SABC3

SABC 3 is excited to announce the broadcast of the Royal Wedding which will be aired on Saturday. The countdown to the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – which takes place on Saturday – has begun. The wedding will be taking place at St George’s Chapel, Windsor …

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Bold projects to transform SA transport industry

Transport Minister Blade Nzimande used his Budget Vote speech on Friday to announce several bold projects that his department will undertake. The projects, which will be implemented within the next 12 months, are in line with the National Transport Master Plan (NATMAP) 2050, which aims to transform the transport system …

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Five steps to being investment-savvy newlywed

With the imperial wedding days away, one would trust that every magnificent participant has all that they require altogether – from their planner outfits and colourful caps to the extremely essential wedding endowments. In any case, what do you get for a couple that has everything? For what it’s worth, …

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Trade Union disrupts Wage Bill meeting

Portfolio Committee on Labour says the alleged conduct of the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) activists who tried to disturb a council meeting intended to discuss the National Minimum Wage Bill is wrong. Chairperson of the Committee Sharome van Schalkwyk said the episode was terrible and does not address …

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