Daily Archives: May 24, 2018

Legally or Not, Businesses Stay Afloat in Cape Town’s Drought

It's a sight you don't expect in Cape Town, where the city administration has threatened to turn off the taps because of prolonged, severe drought: children careening down gushing slides into pools of fresh water. This is Water World, a

State capture hearings set for August

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has announced that the first round of hearings for the State capture inquiry will be held in August.We are planning to have the first hearings in August. We have identified the witnesses who will be

Minister Pravin Gordhan on suspension of SA Express Certificates

The Minister of Public Enterprises, Mr Pravin Gordhan has noted the Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) decision to suspend South African Express Airways (SAExpress Pty SOC) Air Operators Certificate and the Certificates of Airworthiness (CoA) of nine of ...

White Privilege and Black Poverty Is an Issue That Confronts Our ...

The President delivered his budget vote debate yesterday and thereafter it was debated by various parties in the House who raised their concerns on what he deliberated on in his speech.Reacting to some of the criticism levelled against him yesterday,

Aviation authority clips SA Express’ wings

The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has suspended SA Express's Air Operator's Certificate (AoC) and the airline's Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) approvals. In addition, SACAA has also suspended the Certificates of Airworthiness ...

Deputy Minister Reginah Mhaule: Debate on Africa Day, National ...

Speech by Deputy Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, H.E. MS M.R Mhaule on the occasion of the debate in the National Assembly on Africa Day: The year of Nelson Mandela, a better Africa and a better