Cosatu is not encouraged to support the "all white" Springbok team that will take on the All Blacks, says provincial secretary Tony Ehrenreich.
While the Jewish community seeks an apology, Cosatu's Tony Ehrenreich maintains that his Facebook post does not incite harm or violence against Jews.
Cosatu has warned Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga not to take action against protesting teachers at the Sadtu march.
Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula must send army troops to Western Cape rural areas to prevent farmworker violence, says Helen Zille.
People who think they only need three days' leave between Christmas and New Year's Day are in for a shock -- they actually need to apply for four.
The Dalai Lama has cancelled his trip to South Africa to attend Archbishop Tutu's birthday after the state failed to grant him a visa in time.
The state has been slammed by Cosatu for "exchanging SA's morality for dollars or yuan", in dithering over whether to grant the Dalai Lama a visa.
Patricia de Lille has called on Cape Town's ANC leader to support a claim for damages from striking Samwu workers who went on a rampage in the city.
Sactwu officials say that about 20 000 workers are affected by the missing pension funds, but others claim many more workers stand to lose.
Analysts have, by and large, fallen into two misguided camps: those who have breathlessly proclaimed a "sea change" or "watershed'' election.
Many analysts and news reporters, both at the SABC and in the private media, have emphasised how the 2011 municipal elections were "business as usual"
The DA believes it will win its first overall majority in the Cape Town metropolitan council, predicting "somewhere between 57% and 60%".
On Friday April 15 1994, Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk participated in the first debate of the new democratic South Africa.
Tony Ehrenreich has one dominant concern in Cape Town: putting social justice first.
Criticism of the Democratic Alliance and the media featured strongly in speeches at Cosatu's May Day rally in Cape Town on Sunday.
The ANC has promised to build houses for the poor in Constantia if it won the local government election in Cape Town.
Patricia de Lille says the same rules apply to all when it comes to hiring the Cape Town Stadium.
Cosatu says the City of Cape Town doesn't want the poor to visit its World Cup stadium, in a squabble over the cost of hiring it for a May Day rally.
The ANC says it won't announce its mayoral candidates until after the May 18 polls, saying the elections were about the party, not individuals.