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Lily Mine’s revival may be derailed if claims of negligence are proven

The situation at Lily Mine is 'out of control', Dwaine Koch said in a lawyer’s letter to Vantage Goldfields’s business rescue practitioner

Angry NUM members vow to boo Cyril over Eskom woes

NUM members also intended to voice their anger at Energy Minister Jeff Radebe, who was meant to address the conference but instead travelled overseas

Toughen up party funding Bill, NGOs say

Secret donations may soon be a thing of the past if civil society groups get their way in Parliament

Matatiele holds key to Bay politics

An ANC ally came to the DA’s rescue when its single councillor in Nelson Mandela Bay voted in favour of mayor Athol Trollip’s budget.

Unionist accused of stealing R600 000 of workers’ money

The general secretary of a Saftu-affiliated union is being investigated for corruption

Coloured civic ‘bloc’ set to contest poll

But there is already polarisation, as some activists disagree with the racist rhetoric doing the rounds

Sassa strike won’t disrupt grants payouts, says public servants union

The strike is planned from June  11 and will take place on days when there are no pay outs

‘Gatvol’ Capetonians stir up tensions

It’s not just about land. Now the Cape Town protests are also pitting coloured people against their black neighbours

Cosatu signs public sector wage deal but some unions hold out

About 40% of public sector unions have signed a three year wage offer from the department of public service and administration

Taxi peace is cold comfort

Rival bosses in Cape Town make up after a bloody feud that claimed the lives of 13 people and wounded commuters

Land hunger spreads across Cape

Fed up with living in squalor, people in backyard shacks pegged out plots of land illegally

Ramaphosa yields to wage concerns

Disagreements over the proposed amendments threaten to push back the implementation date of the minimum wage until after Parliament’s recess in July

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