Opposition slams the idea as a waste of money that could cost billions.
The Eskom board, in court documents, said it did not want to be embroiled in a spate over whether Molefe’s return was legally valid.
National Treasury would also move to have the post of CEO of the airline, which has been vacant for nearly two years, filled.
The DA said the charter, which raises the target for black ownership for new mining rights holders to 30%, would only benefit ruling party "cronies".
The police minister, in a series of tweets, said Gauteng Premier David Makhura was the best candidate to succeed Gwede Mantashe as the ANC SG.
South Africa Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa thanked a group of silent protesters for "being so orderly" at the 8th South African Aids Conference.
Justice Johan Froneman said there has to be an investigation to test allegations that Minister Bathabile Dlamini was to blame for the Sassa debacle.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has welcomed the release of the Mining Charter, however he noted the sudden drop in mining stock on the markets.
South Africa’s mining houses will have to raise its black ownership to 30 percent in terms of new targets set in the 2017 Mining Charter.
The deputy finance minister said he chaired the board for 10 years and was surprised to hear allegations of corruption related to his tenure.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says President Zuma has called a meeting of key ministers to devise a strategy to spur the economy out of recession.
Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba is holding a media briefing to talk about the way forward for the South African economy.
The DA’s compromise deal on Helen Zille’s colonialism tweets has cast a spotlight on the case involving its former youth leader, Mbali Ntuli.
Concourt rules that investigation must take place to determine whether Minister Bathabile Dlamini should be held personally ...
Former police commissioner Riah Phiyega is fuming after SAPS submitted a report alleging she was doing business with the State during her tenure.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has launched a preliminary investigation into allegations of influence-peddling Eskom, Transnet and Prasa.