2016-12-07 12:09:27.0
Stood up to Zuma: Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi. Picture Credit: Kgothatso Madisa

Doctors accuse Motsoaledi of riding roughshod over their objections to change on overtime

Government service doctors are planning to lodge a formal objection to the Health Department’s plan to scrap fixed overtime payments‚ which it says is being implemented while consultations are meant to be ongoing.

Beware: blind faith can lead to bodily harm

Fundamentally and ostensibly, all religions in the world are supposed to be forces of holiness and goodness. Generally, human beings tend to look at religions as reservoirs of love and kindness.

‘Gender transformation in the judiciary being addressed in silos’: CGE

The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) has accused key stakeholders of playing the blame game when it comes to picking up the pace of transformation in the judiciary.

Yello summer arrives with double trouble for MTN in posh Constantia

Cellphone giant MTN has been dealt a double blow in the prosperous Cape Town suburb of Constantia.

We have a bullying problem‚ admits Stellenbosch high school after two assault videos go viral

The management of a high school in Stellenbosch where school girl bullies viciously assaulted weaker classmates has admitted it has a discipline problem.

‘Rebellious’ Maguvhe angers MPs with court bid to halt SABC inquiry

A defiant and “rebellious” lone South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board member‚ Prof Mbulaheni Maguvhe‚ has launched an 11th-hour appeal against his failed court bid to stop a parliamentary inquiry‚ angering MPs.
Deputy Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams

Deputy again shows lack of faith in Faith‚ as SABC inquiry resumes

Deputy Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams appeared to take a swipe at her superior on Wednesday ahead of the resumption of the ad hoc committee on the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board inquiry on Wednesday.

Don’t be silly this festive season - Consumer credit watchdog’s festive spending tips

The festive season is aptly named the “silly season” because of a spending frenzy that appears to afflict people over this period‚ says the National Credit Regulator’s Mpho Ramapala.

‘Block believed anyone close to Zuma was untouchable’ - ANC 15-year jail sentence welcomed

The 15-year sentence given to African National Congress (ANC) heavyweight John Block for fraud and money laundering has been welcomed.

ANC heavyweight John Block jailed for 15 years for fraud and money laundering

ANC heavyweight John Block has to pay the state R2 million while he will also serve 15 years in jail for fraud and money laundering.
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