The nettle must be grasped and the bloated labour force that imperils efficiency and economic sustainability in the utility addressed. Eskom has more than 48 000 workers on its payroll, writes Ghaleb Cachalia.
Protests and road closures have become a daily occurrence across South Africa as marginalised communities take to the streets – and the cost is rising.
The work and pensions secretary described the prime minister's sacking of moderate MPs as an 'act of political vandalism.'
Nearly eight months after former opposition chief Felix Tshisekedi was elected president, the Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday unveiled a coalition government dominated by supporters of his predecessor, Joseph Kabila.
The government is considering a R3.2bn guarantee for the country's cash-strapped national broadcaster to help it raise money from lenders, according to the Sunday Times.
Real-time transparency in everything government does in the procurement of services and goods can go a long way in solving corruption and state capture, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
The verdict is clear: Home Affairs officials who are on the frontline are not allowed to use their cellphones. And citizens can call out any officials who provide bad service.
The cash-strapped public broadcaster issued the statement in light of what it says are incorrect reports that its board had taken a decision to suspend the retrenchment process.
Part of our radical economic transformation agenda must be to turn around township economies through infrastructure investment, market access and easing the regulatory burden, writes Pule Mabe.
It could increase the GDP by more than 1%.
SITA acting CEO Ntutule Tshenye said among its challenges involved getting government departments and entities that used its services to pay up.
Over R76m in outstanding rental fees is due to the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure for properties it has leased.
The personal assistant to Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has confirmed over Twitter that the government will be withdrawing from the World Economic Forum Africa being held in Cape Town this week.
The ruling ANC can address gaps in skills, capacity and service delivery through a technocratic model of government, says Mills Soko.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has set aside R341 million for the resuscitation of all wastewater treatment infrastructure in the Vaal
SIBONGILE Mthembu’s school is not being properly supported by the education and health departments.
It is important for business in SA to have a unified voice - something which is lacking currently, says the SA-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
When the ANC incorrectly demands Israel retreat from Gaza there is a bigger story that the media chooses to ignore, writes Howard Feldman.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni introduced the Carbon Tax bill to Parliament for consideration this week. Here's what you need to know.
The Government Employees Medical Scheme is aligning its benefits with the objectives of the National Health Insurance fund, to provide primary healthcare access to the vulnerable.
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