Including a few familiar faces, "Generations" will be back on air, with a rewritten storyline that goes back to the show's roots, says Mfundi Vundla.
The CCMA has objected to the Chamber of Mines's chief negotiator saying the commission was making it "incredibly frustrating" to reach a settlement.
Amcu members are marching to the Union Buildings, where they are set to hand over a petition raising grievances with government and mining companies.
The CCMA has met the platinum producers' mediators in talks aimed at ending Amcu's strike at three platinum mining companies.
Simplify and maintain sanity to meet demanding legislation, analysts say.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant and Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu will not be present when talks resume on Monday at the CCMA.
While Solidarity says a strike by Amcu members would yield no results, the labour minister says the market is entering a turbulent period.
Amcu has received permission to strike at Lonmin over demands for a minimum basic wage of R12 500 per month for its members.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union has lowered its demand of R12 500 a month for workers at Impala Platinum, says the union.
The biggest union in the platinum sector can now strike with a 48-hour notice after rejecting a pay increase offer from the platinum giant.
The CCMA has postponed the hearing about the recognition agreement between unions and platinum miner Lonmin to August.
The National Union of Mineworkers’ bid to stave of derecognition at Lonmin pending its CCMA case has been struck off the roll with costs.
The South African workplace must be opened up to regulated industrial democracy.
The CCMA has been asked to facilitate discussions between Anglo American Platinum and unions about planned retrenchments.
Anglo American Platinum has asked the CCMA to facilitate discussions with unions about possible retrenchments.
The Democratic Alliance's bid to overturn the dropping of corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma is critical to the ANC's succession race.
The Labour Court has dismissed the City of Johannesburg's bid to stop the Pikitup strike, which has left rubbish uncollected for three weeks.
Former SIU deputy Faiek Davids is suing for unfair dismissal based on the recordings.