Author: Mpho Sibanyoni


Business, News

Transnet and Eskom are a huge drain to South Africa’s fiscus

Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana has slammed state-owned entities (SOE), saying they are being run in an unsustainable way. This comes after the SOEs have not ... Read more.

Youth unemployment is top priority

Members of the public will be on tenterhooks as Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana delivers the last national budget speech before the upcoming elections expecte... Read more.

Is Zondo’s office curtailing freedom of expression? 

Since the dawn of democracy, efforts have been made to ensure that the courts are institutions in which law is applied without fear, favour or prejudice. It is ... Read more.

Loadshedding, corruption high on Marokane’s agenda as new Eskom CEO

Organised black business has expressed happiness that Dan Marokane will be starting his job as Eskom chief executive earlier than initially expected, on March 1... Read more.

Salary disparity behind most strikes at mines

Since the birth of the mining industry in SA in the 1800s, relations between mine bosses and workers – especially along racial lines – have been far from co... Read more.
Business, News

Sasol slammed for failing black managers

Petrochemical giant Sasol’s poor performance on workplace transformation has put the spotlight on JSE-listed company’s seriousness in promoting black people... Read more.

Parents feel pinch as school uniform prices keep rising

Parents have cried foul as they believe they are being subjected to exorbitant school uniform prices. Soweto resident Gwen Khumalo, whose child goes to school i... Read more.

Top Sita managers suspended following R1bn tender bungle 

State Information Technology Agency (Sita) is facing more woes after two of its executive managers were placed on suspension due to a R1-billion tender bungle a... Read more.