SAP CEO apologises for 'governance missteps' in SA

Friday

Bill McDermott strikes a confident note on SAP's future, hinting that further operating profit margin gains are on the way.

Public Protector probes R671m SAP contract

Mar 27, 2018

The anti-corruption agency investigates a government contract with SAP, which has admitted misconduct in separate deals involving the Guptas.

Guptas abandon Sahara Computers

Feb 19, 2018

The controversial family has reportedly closed shop at one of its key companies in SA.

SA scientist wins African Union award

Jan 30, 2018

Professor Robert Millar receives the Kwame Nkrumah award for his contribution to science and research.

Fail for Bathabile Dlamini in DA report card

Dec 5, 2017

More than half of the ministers in the National Executive achieved the lowest score possible in the Democratic Alliance's 2017 Government Report Card.

SAP faces US probe into SA kickback allegations

Oct 27, 2017

The firm admits to paying $7.7 million to Gupta-related companies in connection with Transnet and Eskom contracts worth $48 million.

New comms minister in surprise Cabinet reshuffle

Oct 17, 2017

President Jacob Zuma appoints Mmamoloko Kubayi as communications minister, moves Ayanda Dlodlo to home affairs.

Nearly 60 000 in SA face jobs axe: report

Oct 17, 2017

A report by Solidarity trade union shows that that employees in the mining industry are hit hardest with 36 companies having engaged in retrenchments in the past year.

Cloud of corruption hangs over STB tender

The DA urges the comms minister to release STB procurement findings after reports link president Jacob Zuma's son to bribery allegations related to the tender.

Social media analysis report on RSA protest actions: part 2

Praesignis in partnership with Insights Radar conducted an advanced social media analysis following the recent cabinet reshuffle and the protest actions in South Africa, says Ruan de Beer, Divisional Manager - Intellisignis (a division of Praesignis).

Qatar lauds SA's renewables amid uncertainties

Apr 13, 2017

The visiting Qatari delegation praises government's policies in driving green energy in the country.

Telecoms department survives shake-up to drive ICT policy

Apr 5, 2017

Siyabonga Cwele's continued stay as telecoms minister cements the importance of implementing government's ICT policy, amid the Cabinet shake-up.