“Of serious concern are the drivers who are fatigued, who drive under the influence of alcohol and drugs, undocumented drivers as well as unroadworthy vehicles,” the department said in a statement.
FINANCE Minister Nhlanhla Nene says that while South Africa’s recent sovereign credit rating downgrade by Moody’s is concerning‚ the revision of the outlook to stable from negative is encouraging.
Lesotho police are investigating allegations that foreign “mercenaries” plan to kill Prime Minister Tom Thabane in a bid to further destabilise this crisis-hit nation still reeling from an attempted coup.
constant and clear flow of information is needed from Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and Eskom about the Majuba power station in Mpumalanga, the DA said on Tuesday.
TRADE and Industry Minister Rob Davies plans to accelerate job creation in the business process services sector by offering more generous incentives to investors.
The Department of Basic Education has finally paid some R29-million it owed to 32 Eastern Cape schools – but not before national education bosses’ luxury cars were attached.
Billions of rands in misspent money by the public works department is shocking, Minister Thulas Nxesi said this morning.
The government has repeatedly apologised for the death of Marikana miners, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Tuesday.