Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says his enemies and opponents must leave him alone so he could do his job of saving Eskom, SAA and other state companies.

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Goliath vs Hlophe: Unhappiness after Rohde trial allocated to 'junior judge' Salie-Hlophe, deputy claims

The allocation of the Jason Rohde murder trial to Judge Gayaat Salie-Hlophe by her husband Judge President John Hlophe resulted in unhappiness among her colleagues, Deputy Judge President Patricia Goliath has charged in a formal complaint.

Farm killings and land grabs: AfriForum reports Ramaphosa to the UN

AfriForum has laid a formal complaint against President Cyril Ramaphosa and Cabinet Minister Lindiwe Sisulu with the UN's Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders.

He’s ‘not entirely insane', says Eskom’s new CEO – here’s why he took the job

André de Ruyter says his turnaround strategy excludes consultants, and will include a lot of data.

Daan Human is the new Bok scrum guru

A congratulatory press release from the Cheetahs Rugby Union has confirmed that Daan Human will take up the mantle as the new scrum coach of the Springboks.


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Trump decries so-called 'prophets of doom' in Davos speech

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday assailed environmental "prophets of doom", delivering an uncompromising message in Davos after Swedish teenage campaigner Greta Thunberg slammed government inaction on the climate crisis.

No evidence of Sudan paramilitaries fighting in Libya - UN

A United Nations panel has said it had no 'credible evidence' of Sudanese paramilitaries fighting in conflict-wracked Libya for military strongman Khalifa Haftar as alleged by some media outlets.

"As I explained, body behaviour says a lot. I've been doing this job for 13 years."