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Wendell Roelf

Wendell Roelf

    Africa's Ebola outbreak has not run its course - UN envoy
    Africa's Ebola outbreak has not run its course - UN envoy
    Africa's Ebola epidemic has not run its course and around 30 people are still getting infected each week, says the UN special envoy for the disease.
    Sona: Zuma expected to receive hostile reception
    Sona: Zuma expected to receive hostile reception
    With the economy in a precarious state, and the load-shedding crisis adding to the country's woes, President Jacob Zuma is under pressure.
    Numsa continues strike over wage offer conditions
    Numsa continues strike over wage offer conditions
    The union has accepted a wage offer from employers but will continue striking over conditions relating to future pay negotiations.
    SA military in 'critical decline', says review
    SA military in 'critical decline', says review
    The cash-strapped armed forces are in a "critical state of decline" that will take at least a decade to fix, according to the SA Defence Review.
    Strikes hinder car production in SA
    Strikes hinder car production in SA
    Worker strikes at car and vehicle part manufacturers have impacted negatively on production lines at South African automakers.
    Man dies from rubber bullets during W Cape farm protest
    Man dies from rubber bullets during W Cape farm protest
    A man died after he was hit by a rubber bullet during clashes between police and striking farmworkers in the Western Cape, said a police spokesperson.
    Satawu: The war is not yet over
    Satawu: The war is not yet over
    Three transport unions have agreed to abandon their industrial action but Satawu, which represents about 28 000 workers, says it will continue.
    SA keen to replace Iranian crude with Nigerian
    SA keen to replace Iranian crude with Nigerian
    Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe says SA is looking to Nigeria for oil, suggesting Pretoria cut crude imports from Iran to avoid looming sanctions.