Both the SABC and SIU are reportedly not done with Hlaudi Motsoeneng and are pursuing another claim against him for over R20 million
There are almost 4.8 million South Africans who have unclaimed benefits worth a whopping R42 billion. Are you a beneficiary?
Sassa under CEO Virginia Peterson is reported to have spent a total of R3.5 million in security for Bathabile Dlamini’s children and her spokesperson Lumka Oliphant
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development said it was the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) which ordered that Bathabile Dlamini’s pension be blocked
The SACP said it’s concerned that, unlike the international norm, South Africa invests only about 2% of its retirement funds into infrastructure development.
Compensation Fund pensioners are now required to submit certain documents. Failure to do so will result in their pension being terminated.
Researchers say the security and well-being of employees in the public sector are important as they deliver a range of crucial services to South Africans, from municipal services to education to utilities – many of which have been front-line services in the fight against COVID-19.
Reports have emerged that the ANC aims to launch a state-owned bank – using pension funds to fund its capital investment.
Will the pension funds of South Africa be used to rebuild the economy? A leaked document seems to suggest that the ANC will set the wheels in motion.
President Ramaphosa has gleefully welcomed the use of public – and private – pension funds to help rescue Eskom. His plans face stern opposition, though.
There’ll be no stopping the ANC’s plans to use pension funds in the funding of Eskom’s recovery. Cyril Ramaphosa also thinks private accounts should invest.
The DA has asked Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni, to probe and provide clarity on the PIC’s dodgy purchase.
The shadow finance minister is apoplectic with Cyril Ramaphosa, alleging that he’s bullied the PIC into bailing out Eskom by using workers’ pension funds.
It’s been almost five months since chief petty officer Dudley Malgas fired the noonday canon on Signal Hill in Cape Town.
The ANC is determined to implement a highly controversial policy of prescribed assets for pension funds.
During a fiesty session of Parliament, Cyril Ramaphosa was forced to answer a difficult question: Are the ANC planning to raid our pensions?
Despite what the ANC have promised in their manifesto, bosses of pension funds confirmed they will not allow Eskom to borrow their money.
Economists and the opposition party have expressed their fears that the ANC could target public pensions in order to keep Eskom alive.
A DA proposal to shut down SA Express and give their bailout money to pension holders as an “end-of-year” grant was blocked by the opposition.
The Financial Services Conduct Authority (previously Financial Services Board) has completed it’s preliminary investigation.
The Steinhoff saga continues.
The corrupt practices of the rich will severely affect the middle-to-lower classes.
The government made a statement about the future of its pension funds, as various changes seem to confuse savers and contributors to pension schemes