SA expects decisive leadership from the president, including the fight against Covid-19 and holding his Cabinet to account, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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Cabinet has approved the Integrated Resources Plan for 2019. It is to be gazetted soon.
The work and pensions secretary described the prime minister's sacking of moderate MPs as an 'act of political vandalism.'
Former PIC CEO Dan Matjila told the commission of inquiry that he did not find anything unethical about meeting with Cabinet ministers during his tenure.
Tried and tested Democratic Alliance Members of Parliament in the respective portfolios have re-emerged in the final list of the official oppositions "shadow cabinet" announced on Wednesday.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and new Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille shared a sweet moment during the swearing-in ceremony of the executive in Pretoria. Watch.
Various organisations have welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa's new Cabinet, but they have all stressed that there is a lot of work to be done to turn around the economy.
While there is great progress, there's clear room for growth in South African politics.
Apart from combining departments within the economic cluster, President Cyril Ramaphosa also made new ministerial appointments. Here are the ministers Ramaphosa dropped.
Pravin Gordhan has been reappointed as minister of public enterprises by President Cyril Ramaphosa, while Tito Mboweni has retained his position as minister of finance.
Winde was on Wednesday sworn in as premier in the Western Cape Legislature, taking over from Helen Zille, who served two terms.
Cabinet says it s considering Treasury's economic policy paper, now that the deadline for public submissions has passed.
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu told reporters in Cape Town on Thursday that Cabinet expected to receive a paper detailing Eskom's outlook within the next two weeks, at Cabinet’s next meeting.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is in the process of concluding performance agreements with his ministers and deputy ministers.
Gwede Mantashe takes on responsibilities which fell on former minister of energy Jeff Radebe in the previous Cabinet.
You could almost see markets tick up when President Cyril Ramaphosa made his Cabinet announcement on Wednesday: as soon as he confirmed that Tito Mboweni would stay on as finance minister and Pravin Gordhan in public enterprises, the rand strengthened.
The downside of being the most liquid emerging market currency is that it’s hard to avoid the impact when investors turn cold on risk assets. Unfortunately, South Africa’s rand has other issues to wrestle with too.
The president took a step toward putting SA on a growth path and fighting corruption by naming a slimmed-down Cabinet that retained Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan in their posts.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has merged several departments within the economic cluster.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is announcing his much-anticipated Cabinet at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
This week on POLOTIKI, we discuss the tug-of-war between the ANC’s Fikile Mbalula and Ace Magashule, the incomplete list of premier candidates and whether the president will select a cleaner Cabinet. Listen.
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