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Thulas Nxesi Appoints Onke Mjo as Acting DG of Labour Department

Thulas Nxesi, the Minister of Employment and Labour, has named Onke Mjo as the acting Director-General (DG) of the department, effective from January 1 until a permanent appointment is made.

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The Alarming Surge in Murders: South Africa’s Most Dangerous Areas

The Alarming Surge in Murders: Understanding South Africa's Most Dangerous AreasIn recent years, South Africa has grappled with a concerning

South Africa Prepares for Launch of New State-Owned Bank

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the commencement of the South African Postbank Amendment Act, slated to take effect on February

South Africa’s Toll Fee Hikes: Brace Yourselves for Wallet Drainage Starting Next Month

IntroductionWith the announcement of toll fee hikes by the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral), concerns rise regarding the impact

EFF Manifesto: Julius Malema’s Plan to End Load Shedding

Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), recently unveiled the party's ambitious manifesto aimed at tackling South

South Africa Bids Farewell to Another R5.2 Billion

IntroductionSouth Africa faces a significant financial setback as its municipalities have incurred losses amounting to just under R5.2 billion due

Funding the Basic Income Grant in South Africa

IntroductionPresident Cyril Ramaphosa's ambitious plan to implement a Basic Income Grant (BIG) in South Africa has garnered significant attention. The

Train Collision Shuts Transnet’s Main Export Line

I. IntroductionA. Overview of the train collision incidentIn a recent development, South Africa's main coal export line, managed by state

Blade Nzimande Firm on Remaining in Office Amid Corruption Allegations by Outa

Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande vehemently refuted corruption allegations put forth by the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa), affirming his