ANC-government to open state-owned pharmaceutical company – the idea of this is terrifying since we are all aware of the lack of skill government officials has not to mention a treasury that is lacking funding – How on earth will this move be sustainable?
Durban’s meningitis warning after death of 7-year-old boy
Major traffic warning – Johannesburg is closing down the M2 highway for repairs – SA roads and bridges are facing a crises due to lack of poor maintenance
What a check! These kids want everything on a silver platter for free – UKZN students burn mattresses in protest over ‘uncomfortable’ beds – African mentalism is destroying our country
SA’s largest township owes Eskom R17 billion – Soweto residents respond: Hell no, we won’t pay for electricity!
Loadshedding left a trail of destruction in South Africa, weakening the poor economy by at least R10bn; this should be a costly lesson for the Ramaphosa government
Only senior ANC members have the sole right to elect SA’s president while expertise and reliability are not necessarily taken into account, meanwhile millions of voters must be satisfied with the decision
ANC joiner, Max du Preez recently announced the return of his newspaper Vrye Weekblad after it was forced to close a quarter of a century ago – most likely he will use this online version as a tool to spread the ANC’s propaganda?
Thanks to the ruling ANC regime, SA’s economy outlook is getting worse with Eskom already plunging the country deeper into debt
Gauteng family endures Valentine’s Day nightmare – Family members were robbed and their eldest daughter raped
BRITISH MP JUSTIFIES BOER WAR CONCENTRATION CAMPS – Boer woman and children put in concentration camps for their own good
While National Treasury and SARS scramble for money, a new focus has been placed on the revenue service’s plans to tax SA expats working abroad , who could face having 45% of their earnings over R1 million fed back to government
South Africa’s new state-owned bank could be a big R7 billion mistake, National Treasury has warned of the possible harmful effects of introducing a state-owned bank into South Africa’s current financial system
No wonder SA is a failed state, everyone wants to ride on taxpayers’ back and steel the state coffers empty – Icasa chief who stole R6m from Landbank, found guilty of money laundering and fraud charges
SAA pay Comair R1,1 billion, where does the bankrupt state entity get the money from?