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Pressing financial problems for SA Express, SAA
Pressing financial problems for SA Express, SAA

State-owned airline South African Express Airways is in an "extremely difficult financial position" and requires government financial assistance to prepare its 2013/14 annual financial statements Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown told Parliament.

By Linda Ensor 1 Oct 2014 12:00

Public Works has wasted R34,9bn
Public Works has wasted R34,9bn

The Department of Public Works has uncovered R34.9bn in irregular expenditure dating back to 2001, Public Works Minister Thembelani Nxesi says.

30 Sep 2014 10:05

Presidency asks everyone to assist Seriti Commission
Presidency asks everyone to assist Seriti Commission

The Presidency has advised anyone who has information that can assist the Seriti Commission of Inquiry to forward the information to assist the commission so that it can be interrogated.

29 Sep 2014 09:44

Disciplinary cases to be centralised on database
Disciplinary cases to be centralised on database

Government has established a central database of disciplinary cases in the public service in order to speed up the resolution of cases.

29 Sep 2014 08:44

Illegal mining solutions sought to end R5.6bn in gold thefts
Illegal mining solutions sought to end R5.6bn in gold thefts

The Council for Geoscience (CGS) will close 45 open mine shafts in the coming financial year to prevent illegal mining and to protect communities who live near the derelict and abandoned mines in Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.

26 Sep 2014 09:09

Concerns about reduction in interest deduction limitation rate
Concerns about reduction in interest deduction limitation rate

Interest deduction limitation provisions have been enacted in terms of s23N of the Income Tax Act, No 58 of 1962, which apply to so called 'reorganisation and acquisition transactions'.

By Andrew Lewis 26 Sep 2014 08:56

State will assist families identify remains of Lagos deaths
State will assist families identify remains of Lagos deaths

Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe, has assured South Africans that government will help families to repatriate mortal remains of those citizens, who died in Lagos.

25 Sep 2014 06:52

SA seeks transformation of UN Security Council
SA seeks transformation of UN Security Council

South Africa has vowed to push for the transformation of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) ahead of the 69th UN General Assembly debate taking place in New York, this week.

By Chris Bathembu 23 Sep 2014 09:02

Police have crime under control claims Phiyega
Police have crime under control claims Phiyega

While challenges within certain categories of crime such as murder and sexual offences remain, South Africa's police have a firm handle on crime, claims National Police Commissioner General Riah Phiyega.

23 Sep 2014 08:21

Kuruman protesters face legal action
Kuruman protesters face legal action

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the law must take its course against protesters in Kuruman, Northern Cape, who have prevented learners from attending school.

22 Sep 2014 08:32

Government commits to looking after its own people
Government commits to looking after its own people

The Department of Public says it is committed to honouring its Constitutional mandate to provide accommodation to government, including members of the Executive.

22 Sep 2014 07:41

E-tolls boycott hurts Gautrain's operations
E-tolls boycott hurts Gautrain's operations

More than R40bn has been spent but Gauteng transport chiefs are now coming to the realisation that the province's two flagship projects - the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project and Gautrain - are not having the desired effect

17 Sep 2014 11:02

Travel regulations for children are on hold
Travel regulations for children are on hold

The new requirement of an Unabridged Birth Certificate for all children travelling to and within South Africa's borders, as well as written permission to travel, has been postponed until June next year, says Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.

17 Sep 2014 07:58

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