Tebogo Tshwane is a curious and enthusiastic journalist with an interest in public policy and labour. She started her career at Eyewitness News as an intern and then moved to the Mail and Guardian where she was a business reporter underneath the Adamela Trust before joining Moneyweb in 2019.

Commission ‘cannot hang me in public and leave me there’

Unclear whether alleged extortionist in PIC/SA Home Loans deal will have his day of redemption.

Surveillance laws under Rica ruled unconstitutional

Court puts the brakes on abuse of state entities by connected political individuals.

Can government fund measures to tackle gender-based violence?

President says state will find the money.

Eskom’s ‘credible’ plan to keep the lights on

What to expect in the summer months and beyond.

GDP growth is great but doesn’t signal a recovery

The uptick in the second quarter is welcome news, but comes off a low base.

Treasury’s strategy paper an illustration of SA’s inability to plan

Former statistician-general says there is no systematic process, nothing that makes everything go through ‘the eye of the needle’.

Justice slowly edges closer for VBS looters

The last of the two directors that were part of leading the demise of VBS have been handed final sequestration orders.

White domination: Transformation in the workplace is slow

Tougher regulations and fines of up to 10% of turnover for non-compliant companies in the offing.

Process to find new PIC CEO kicks off with search for headhunters

Bid documents for an executive search service provider appeared on the PIC’s website on Monday.

How VBS looted municipalities

And who was involved. Forensic investigation lifts the lid.

More public shame for PIC officials linked to VBS

Court declares them delinquent directors.

Ramaphosa: Economic turnaround requires urgency but will not be quick

President addresses National Assembly in his first Q&A since taking office.

Historical pact overshadowed by Samwu factional battles

Questions over whether Samwu’s formerly expelled leader in the Johannesburg region had authority to sign a partnership agreement with the city.

City of Joburg and unions ‘do away’ with wildcat strikes

Historic agreement will remain in place irrespective of which party is in power.

Kholofelo Maponya demands opportunity to clear his name

Says multiple attempts to appear before the inquiry were ignored despite serious allegations being made against him.

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