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More than 1 200 academics plead with government to address funding crisis
More than 1 200 academics plead with government to address funding crisis
More than 1 200 academics from 18 universities have penned an open letter to President Jacob Zuma, higher education minister Blade Nzimande, and...
​The state must invest in rental stock for people earning less than R3 200 a month
​The state must invest in rental stock for people earning less than R3 200 a month
No formal rental options exist, public or private, in high density urban areas for people earning less than R3 500 a month.
SAA doubles back in subsidy saga
SAA doubles back in subsidy saga
SAA has made an extraordinary about-turn on its admission that it subsidised Mango by leasing it aircraft at a discount. It now denies this.
Subsidies won't make a dent
Subsidies won't make a dent
The Democratic Alliance remains convinced that the youth wage subsidy "can really help to defuse the [unemployment] bomb". So much so...
Zambian govt risks ire by scrapping maize subsidy
Zambian govt risks ire by scrapping maize subsidy
Earlier this week President Michael Sata tore up his own populist political playbook, stamped on it and set it on fire by announcing weighty...
Private schools to be probed for alleged subsidy abuse
Private schools to be probed for alleged subsidy abuse
"In total, there are 14 schools that have been referred to the South African Police Service as a result of the Fivaz forensic audit that...
Car makers cash in on subsidies
Car makers cash in on subsidies
Industrial incentives are costing taxpayers billions, with vehicle subsidies -- the largest expense -- totalling more than R51-billion in the past...
US subsidies 'poison' emerging market talks
US subsidies 'poison' emerging market talks
The United States' subsidies for failing industries risk "killing" American attempts to discuss trade with China and other developing nations, US...
Govt to pay bus subsidies in full
Govt to pay bus subsidies in full
The first portion of a total of R1,2-billion in bus subsidies is to be paid next week, the Pretoria High Court heard on Friday.
Bus subsidy dispute rolls on
Bus subsidy dispute rolls on
Legal arguments over the outstanding payment of R1,2-billion in bus subsidies will be heard on Friday, the Pretoria High Court has ruled.
Satawu: Bus operators broke
Satawu: Bus operators broke
Bus operators can only afford to pay their staff wages for the next two weeks because of the government's failure to pay their subsidies, the South...

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