If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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Gauteng police are waiting for the man who was beaten up inside the casualty ward of South Rand Hospital in Johannesburg to recover so that they can obtain a statement from him and begin the hunt for the perpetrators.
The EFF has argued before the High Court that the R500 000 damages claim awarded to Trevor Manuel in a defamation case against the party is "disproportionately high".
A member of the PIC board has shed light on the events that led to the board’s mass resignation early this month, saying they were told to quit
Mondli Gungubele has started his testimony at the judicial commission of inquiry probing allegations of impropriety at the state-run asset manager.
Atandwa Kani has spoken out against popular Mzansi Wethu break-up reality show Seng’khathele.
Saica has recommended that ex- VBS board chairperson Tshifhiwa Matodzi be stripped of his registration with the organisation. The decision means that Matodzi won't be recognised as a chartered accounted.
IRBA has concludes the disciplinary hearing of a former KPMG auditor who worked on the books of a Gupta-linked company.
PIC inquiry witnesses have received death threats, a spokesperson has said.
Mobile phone operators have not ruled out unexpected signal loss as a result of current power outages
In a bid to provide a peek into the lives of prisoners and the challenges faced in South Africa's correctional facilities, the Department of Correctional Services took the media on a tour of the Leeuwkop Correctional facility in Johannesburg. Watch.
THABO Matlaba still hurts that he is no longer with Orlando Pirates.
Corruption allegations from an anonymous source crippled the board and created a climate of distrust, the PIC commission heard on Tuesday.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni implored the PIC board to look within itself prior to its resignation early this month.
Key witnesses are set to testify before the Commission of Inquiry into the PIC this week.
Platinum producer Lonmin says it has received a notice for a sympathy strike from the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) in support of the ongoing stay away at Sibanye-Stillwater.
Reducing spending is expected to take centre stage in this year’s Budget, but questions remain about where the Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will manage to find money, given the current tough economic climate.
A man posing as a Hawks official has been arrested for allegedly attempting to extort R200 000 from a person implicated in allegations of wrongdoing at the state capture inquiry.
The unions says the unbundling of Eskom as announced by the president would be an expensive exercise that pushes the struggling power utility further into debt.
Cosatu says its nation-wide marches in eight provinces is a start of things to come in fight against job losses in the country.
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