The Budget presents a dilemma to the unions. Mboweni himself grappled with the conflicting demands, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Independent Newspapers across the country on Friday simultaneously ran similar articles as their lead story, all saying regulators, the JSE, and PIC were bullied into preventing it from listing.
The Cape Times has to issue a front page apology to the newspaper’s former editor, Alide Dasnois, following a newspaper headline published on 10 May 2016 the press ombudsman has ruled.
Independent Newspapers says its settlement with former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois "vindicates" the company’s position.
After more than two "stress-filled and anxious" years, sacked Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois says she is satisfied with her last minute settlement offer from Independent Newspapers.
News outlet Independent Online has faced social media consternation after a decision to close comments on stories on its website.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has strongly defended her provincial government's decision not to renew subscriptions to the Cape Times newspaper, saying it is purely a consumer choice.
Former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois has revealed details of Iqbal Survé’s “rants and threats” at her disciplinary hearing last year.
Independent Newspapers says it did not agree with Max du Preez's reasons for resigning as the organisation's columnist.
The presidency has called an opinion piece by columnist Max du Preez about President Jacob Zuma racist and mind-boggling.
Former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois has filed papers in the Labour Court following her dismissal.
The press ombudsman has directed Independent Newspapers to apologise to journalist Gill Moodie over a controversial article carried in several dailies earlier this year.
Former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois intends to lodge a complaint with the Press Ombudsman following two articles published about the settlement of the case between herself and Independent Newspapers, her lawyers say.
Independent Newspapers has retracted all allegations of racism against former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois and paid her a settlement for unfair dismissal.
Independent Newspapers erred in its reporting of President Jacob Zuma's remarks on racism, the Presidency has said.
Independent Media chairperson Iqbal Survé is suing political commentator Rhoda Kadalie for R1m, claiming a letter of hers that was published in the Mail & Guardian and in which she criticised him is defamatory.
Independent Newspapers has shuffled editorial staff at its Western Cape newspapers - again.
DA leader Helen Zille has written an open letter to Independent Newspapers executive chairperson Iqbal Survé, questioning the group’s independence.
Veteran journalist Max du Preez has quit as a columnist for Independent Newspapers after the group apologised for an opinion piece in which he criticised President Jacob Zuma.
The media has been barred from the disciplinary hearings of two public works officials in relation to spending on Nkandla, the Public Servants Association says.
Independent Newspapers has accused Mail & Guardian owner Trevor Ncube's of seeking a public spat because he had failed to acquire a portion of it.
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