Chris Gilili

Eastern Cape owes SMEs more than R2-billion

Small businesses are on their knees

‘Evasive’ and ‘reckless’ Dlamini due back in court in perjury case

The former minister of social development is alleged to have lied under oath

Young and jobless? Apply for one of 287 000 education assistant posts

Education department urges young, jobless people to apply for teaching assistant vacancies

Officials implicated in arts council mismanagement will be brought to book — Mthethwa

The National Arts Council vows that every cent from the sector’s Covid-19-relief programme will be disbursed to artists, after auditors uncover maladministration

R350 social relief grant not enough to live on

Nearly half of the population in South Africa — one of the most unequal countries in the world — is considered chronically poor.

Ramaphosa hits the right notes as he urges Cosatu to continue to support the ANC

Cosatu meets to deliberate on its support for the governing party in the upcoming local government elections

Matric exam timetable changes to accommodate elections

Moving the national senior certificate exams forward also allows matrics who are old enough to cast their ballots on 1 November

Court orders that Mugabe’s body be exhumed and reburied in Harare

Zimbabwean court dismisses appeal by former president Mugabe’s three children

Vaccine certificates in South Africa ready for lift-off end of September

Digital certification looms, but questions remain on implementation, worldwide standardisation, fraud and the ethics of mandatory vaccinations

A blended and vaccinated future for universities

Leadership will be at the core of how the learning space evolves and uses the pandemic as an opportunity to advance

Ipsos survey points to 49.3% support for ANC in local government elections

It is still unclear how discontent with politics, and the effects of Covid-19, will affect voter turnout, according to research company Ipsos

Teacher begs treasury to rethink excluding public servants from pension withdrawals

Cosatu pushes back against ‘treasury bureaucracy’ for not allowing civil servants emergency access to their retirement funds as a form of Covid-19 relief

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