There’s no doubt he knows what the biggest threats to the turnaround efforts are, but remains captured by party dogma, writes Pieter du Toit.
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AmaXhosa King Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu will be honoured with an official category 1 funeral, the Presidency has revealed.
A diamond mining company has filed a R29.9bn claim against President Cyril Ramaphosa and his government as a near three decade-long dispute over expropriated diamond mining rights in Lesotho reaches South African courts again.
Raising revenue collection and turning around the revenue service are just some of the tasks new SARS Commissioner Edward Kieswetter will have to tackle when he takes over on May 1.
Using the Nelson Mandela statue at the Union Buildings in Pretoria for shade, six Khoisan, say the time for talking about their demands is over.
Government needs to recognise its failure in terms of youth employment, says Percy Moleke from the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency.
The president’s coordinating council has adopted a series of interventions to stabilise education and healthcare in South Africa.
Most home affairs services such as birth certificates, ID's and passport are affected.
Suspended South African Revenue Services commissioner Tom Moyane’s legal team will head to court over a technical aspect of his disciplinary inquiry.
Proposed draft regulations for a state of emergency will allow the president to appoint a "control officer" which would have far-reaching powers, including the prohibition of dissemination of information.
For the first time in 20 years, the Presidency started to compose regulations for a state of emergency.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is reportedly investigating President Cyril Ramaphosa for alleged money-laundering related to donations of more than R400m to his ANC presidential campaign.
The Khoisan who have been camping outside of the Union Buildings for almost five months have called on all Khoi people to not vote for the ANC in the coming general elections.
SARS received 82 applications for the position of commissioner, a report from the selection panel reveals.
Former president Jacob Zuma has to pay his own legal costs which he incurred in his personal capacity in criminal cases instituted against him.
Cyril Ramaphosa has an upper respiratory tract infection but is recovering well, the Presidency says.
State websites were running on batteries after a power outage on Friday.
The Presidency says it has filed a notice to abide by whatever the court decides in the DA's application to have the court set aside an agreement to cover former president Jacob Zuma's legal fees.
Read the letter that now suspended SA Revenue Service head Tom Moyane wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday arguing against his suspension.
The Presidency has denied that it is working on regulations for a state of emergency.
The Presidency has announced it will appeal a judgment seeking the removal of the current National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams.
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