Home Governance Governance

Governance

Government to pump R3.9 billion to help businesses affected by unrest

-
Government is working around the clock to get businesses affected by looting and damage to property in parts of the country back on their...

R36 billion relief set aside for unrest hit businesses

-
Government has set aside R36 billion financial assistance and incentive relief to businesses hardest hit by the recent riots in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal with...

Moves to ease tensions in Tunisia underway

Tunisia's leading Islamist party moved to ease the country's political crisis, calling for dialogue and urging supporters not to protest after accusing President Kais...

DA looking to make SA unrest report public

-
The opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) party is seeking to obtain a report from the State Security Agency (SSA) on the recent looting and unrest...

Tanzanian court charges opposition leader with terrorism-related crimes

-
A court in Tanzania has charged the leader of the main opposition party with terrorism-related crimes, police said on Monday, following his arrest while...

Groenewald looking to change disaster management legislation

-
South Africans have lived under various alert levels in compliance with government edicts in terms of a national state of disaster since March last...
video

Tunisian democracy in crisis after president ousts government

-
Tunisia faced its worst crisis in a decade of democracy on Monday after President Kais Saied ousted the government and froze parliament with help...
video

Man accused of attempted assassination of Mali president dies in custody

-
A man accused of attempting to stab Mali's interim President Assimi Goita last week has died in hospital while in the custody of security...

Ethiopia’s Amhara state rallies youth to fight Tigrayan forces as war widens

-
Ethiopia’s Amhara region on Sunday called on “all young people” to take up arms against forces from the neighbouring region of Tigray, who claimed...

Sierra Leone parliament votes to abolish death penalty

-
Sierra Leone's parliament voted unanimously on Friday to repeal the death penalty more than two decades after the West African country carried out its...

COMPANY NEWS

Additional troop deployment is welcome and shows the need for a strong SANDF

-
The announcement on Wednesday 14 July that 25 000 members of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) will be deployed to help counter...