Pretoria- Power utility Eskom says it is using this weekend to embark on a massive maintenance drive in an effort to improve the performance and reliability of its power generating units, ahead of the expected peak winter demand.
Pretoria- The Office Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday said it takes exception to statements made by energy analyst, Ted Blom, that the Deputy President had benefited improperly from Eskom coal contracts.
Pretoria- Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality on Sunday said technicians were continuing to repair the substation at Alberton that was left damaged after two transformer oil valves were stolen in the early hours of Friday morning.
Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Bulelani Magwanishe has called on church leaders to play a leadership role in fighting violence against women and foreign nationals.
Pretoria- President Jacob Zuma has conveyed a message of condolences to the government and people of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, following a massive earthquake there on Saturday.
Acting Public Service and Administration Minister Nathi Mthethwa says government is only prepared to increase public servants salaries by 5.8 percent.
Leaders of different organisations representing foreign nationals who live in South Africa say most of their members migrate to the country because they know their lives will be well-protected than in their countries of origin.
The Minister of Police Nathi Nhleko has noted with concern media comments insinuating that he opted to attend a conference in Russia rather than deal with the issues pertaining to attacks on foreign nationals.
Johannesburg- The Minister in the Presidency reponsible for Women Susan Shabangu says attacking foreign nationals or chasing them out of the country will not reduce the problems facing South Africans, but could increase unemployment and lead to job losses.
Musina - Communications Minister Faith Muthambi will this morning visit the border town of Musina in Limpopo to promote good relations between South Africans and foreign nationals living in the area.
Pretoria - Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa has sent condolences to the families of Darrel Rea and Jastun Visagie, who lost their lives battling a mountainside fire in the Bains Kloof area near Wellington in the Western Cape.
Pretoria - Suspended South African Airways (SAA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Monwabisi Kalawe has resigned with immediate effect, the national carrier confirmed on Friday.
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Pretoria - The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) has joined the rest of the country in supporting government’s stance against the attacks on foreign nationals.
Pretoria – According to an International Labour Organisation (ILO) study, the number of HIV infections has declined steadily over the last decade in general terms.
Pretoria - The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, has launched a mobile application to support government's efforts against attacks on foreign nationals.
Johannesburg - The community of Alexandra says it is totally against the attacks on people from other African countries.
Pretoria - The Department of Basic Education has rejected accusations that it has refused to release a report that was compiled by the National Education and Development Unit (NEEDU).
Pretoria – The community of Tshwane today turned up in large numbers to march against the recent attacks on foreign nationals.
Pretoria - South Africa plans to eliminate malaria by achieving an incidence of zero cases of locally transmitted malaria by 2018, says the National Department of Health, ahead of the World Malaria Day.