According to reports over the weekend, Malusi Gigaba said the Denel joint-venture deal with VR Laser is not happening.
Despite getting the axe from Jacob Zuma, Pravin Gordhan still dominates the attention of the global economic elite.
Chris Malikane has yet again called for the nationalisation of the mines, banks and insurance sector, but this time he went as far as adding the option of taking it by force if the constitution prevents it.
Jabu Mabuza has a clear message for those in government pushing the white monopoly capital and radical economic transformation agenda: learn from history or it’ll be to the detriment of all South Africans.
The DA’s Beverley Schäfer has slammed the unabridged birth certificate legislation, calling it “economic suicide”.
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has a few questions for new finance minister Malusi Gigaba’s controversial adviser…
Malusi Gigaba has his work cut out for him as he heads out on his own international roadshow.
New finance minister Malusi Gigaba’s key advisor over the weekend published an opinion piece advocating for the nationalisation of mines, insurance companies and the banks, leaving Treasury with a PR disaster on Tuesday.
The South African Communist Party claims it wasn’t consulted over who would deliver the key address at the memorial service of its own former general secretary, Chris Hani.
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Except, Gigaba doesn’t just get the job for a weekend.
Well, Malusi Gigaba’s tenure as Finance Minister is getting off to a cracking start, then.
EFF leader Julius Malema isn’t pulling any punches and has been at the forefront of the opposition’s renewed drive to have Zuma kicked out of the presidency.
South Africans have zero chill.
It doesn’t look like cabinet will be renewing the special permits that allow Zimbabweans to live and work in South Africa after they expire at the end of 2017.
Home affairs minister Malusi Gigabe is in the process of finalising new legislation that the dept hopes will improve the current handling of migrants.
Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba refuses to back down over comments he made, that illegal immigrants are one of the root causes of crime in Jozi.
In his ‘100 days as mayor’ speech, Herman Mashaba said all illegal immigrants are criminals and should be treated as such, but home affairs strongly condemned the mayor’s statements as unjustified.
The Department of Home Affairs wastes millions of Rands of Tax Payers’ money due to numerous court battles, abject inefficiency and laziness, staff knocking off early, and more.
Home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba – the Instagram minister as Malema so lovingly christened him – is in talks with EU ambassador Dr. Marcus Cornaro to relax visa requirements for South Africans looking to travel to Europe.
South African Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, has hit back at critics who say SA’s new visa regulations have led to a drop in tourists visiting the country.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has clarified that there are no immediate plans to review the dual citizenship laws for South Africans.