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.
FINANCE Minister Pravin Gordhan has initiated a fundamental review of South Africa’s tax system by a team of eminent tax experts led by Judge Dennis Davis.
New minister has to address complex issues COMMUNICATIONS industry experts have urged the newly-appointed minister Yunus Carrim to urgently restore stability to the department and address policy issues such as radio frequency spectrum allocation‚ and the migration to digital TV broadcasting from analogue.
SOUTH African Communist Party national deputy chairman Thulas Nxesi lamented the media and opposition Democratic Alliance for using assassinated SACP leader Chris Hani’s name to “demonise” the current tripartite alliance leadership.
A LEGAL row is brewing following an alleged assault on the financial director of a top East London company and his wife on their family farm in the Western Cape.