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UIF benefits set to increase

Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) benefits are set to increase, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant said on Saturday.

Presidency says Zuma did not lose case brought by King Dalindyebo

The Eastern Cape High Court in Mthatha has not granted King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the AbaThembu an urgent interdict against President Jacob Zuma, the presidency said on Friday.

Gambling board blew R4 million on trips, including trip to Las Vegas

The suspended National Gambling Board spent R4.1 million on foreign travel in the past three years, almost a quarter of it on a trip to Las Vegas.

Justice minister to account to Equality Court

Justice minister Michael Masutha has missed his deadline to say whether he will reconsider appointing a white man as a senior magistrate, a union representing the Johannesburg magistrate has said.
SABC

SABC boss in 'cynical ploy'

Angry MPs have lashed out at SABC chairman Ellen Tshabalala after she successfully interdicted them from making her answer to allegations that she lied about her academic qualifications.

Hot topics

Malema teaches us the price of a Louis Vuitton belt

When Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula called out Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on his LV designer wear, we did a price check

China does not dictate to South Africa: Masango

The perception that China dictates to South Africa is unfounded, Parliament's portfolio committee on international relations and co-operation said on Friday.

Ire peaks over failed summit

Useless. Despicable. Bullies. Spineless. These are some of the words used to describe the government yesterday as international outrage over the ill-fated Peace Summit debacle grew.

Arms inquiry cautions detractors

The Seriti Commission of Inquiry into the 1999 arms deal hit back at its detractors on Thursday, warning that insults against it were "criminal".

EFF can't rule out the possibility of an armed struggle: Malema

The Economic Freedom Fighters may take up arms if their "peaceful revolution" is met with violence from the state, party leader Julius Malema said on Thursday.

No Dalai Lama means no Nobel summit: de Lille

The 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, due to be held in Cape Town later this month, will be moved to another city, mayor Patricia de Lille said on Thursday.

Black mark for BEE

Black entrepreneurs are fed up with the "failed" state-sponsored affirmative action policy and want to go it alone.

Energy department must be transparent about nuclear plans

The energy department's commitment to complete transparency over the nuclear agreement with Russia is an empty promise, the Democratic Alliance said on Wednesday.

Lawyers advising government should act in SA's interest

Lawyers advising government on matters relating to the work of the Public Protector should do their jobs in a manner that builds the country, Thuli Madonsela said on Wednesday.

Local government

Barn owls to take front line in war on Johannesburg's baby-eating rats

The City of Johannesburg has included barn owls in a R2.5 million plan to fight a rat infestation, the municipality said on Tuesday.

Water restored in joburg, except Hursthill

Water has been restored in all areas of Johannesburg, except those supplied by the Hurst hill reservoir, Johannesburg Water said on Wednesday.

Joburg without water

Large parts of the City of Joburg are still without water following a power cut from last night which disrupted water supply in various areas of the city.

Support for councillors to increase

Gauteng Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs will, over the next 30 days, review the role, responsibilities and support for ward councillors to enable them to work better.