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SABC drawn into NUM, Numsa feud

Tensions between Cosatu's National Union of Mineworkers and the National Union of Metal Workers of SA have now spilled over to the SABC.

Lenasia residents take up Thembelihle’s cause

Thembelihle residents have joined forces with their Lenasia neighbours to continue the fight for better services, this time at the negotiating table.

Residents up in arms over shooting

Residents of the Thembelihle are again up in arms following allegations that the police used live ammunition to break up their protests.

‘ANC government protects white privilege’

The state has the power to bring balance to SA, but is instead acting as "a bodyguard of whiteness", Andile Mngxitama told the M&G Literary Festival.

Pap, chicken, provocation and Malema

Carloads of journalists prowl the streets of Johannesburg in search of a rumoured night vigil to support Julius Malema.

ANC shuffle looming in Gauteng

As top leaders jostle for ­support in the run-up to next month's regional conferences, four ANC regions in Gauteng are heading for a shake-up.

Opposition declares war on strikers’ violence

As striking municipal workers laid waste to central Cape Town, the DA renewed calls for legislation to ensure that unions are held responsible.

Strikers rubbish ‘march-free’ Tshwane decree

Striking municipal workers say a metro ruling limiting protests to the workplace means they are free to march in their "office" -- Tshwane's streets.

ANC fingered in violent protests

Divisions at the local level of the ANC are among the chief factors fuelling service delivery protests.

State of the (striking) nation

Strike season is in full swing. Here's a breakdown of which industry sectors are experiencing strike action this weekend.

You get what you spend

What are some of the best South African loyalty cards out there?

Play-play work

Andrew Chaplin and twin brother Brian make up the electro-hop duo Locnville.

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