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Micah Reddy

Micah Reddy

    The business of war in Yemen­ – how Saudi dollars keep the arms flowing
    The business of war in Yemen­ – how Saudi dollars keep the arms flowing
    Diplomatic hiccups are one thing — an awkward handshake or quibbles between French and Iranian diplomats over whether the banquet table will...
    Numsa cornered by capital?
    Numsa cornered by capital?
    When the National Union of Metalworkers (Numsa) was expelled from Cosatu in 2014 it had a reputation for being independent and fiercely militant....
    Vavi harassment complaint went 'nowhere'
    Vavi harassment complaint went 'nowhere'
    For the past year, another sexual assault allegation has hung, like a sword of Damocles, over 
    Another nuclear safety scare at Pelindaba as management fumbles
    Another nuclear safety scare at Pelindaba as management fumbles
    Another safety incident has shaken the Pelindaba nuclear facility outside Johannesburg, resulting in the total shutdown of the NTP Radioisotopes...
    Mashaba fiddles as roads agency burns
    Mashaba fiddles as roads agency burns
    Dubious contracts and a staff exodus have shaken the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) under its IFP-aligned board over the past year, while the...
    Zuma-linked spies 'capture' key airports service
    Zuma-linked spies 'capture' key airports service
    A bizarre battle to protect two Zuma-era spooks has decimated the board and management of the Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS), raising...
    Is a nuclear success story about to be snuffed out?
    Is a nuclear success story about to be snuffed out?
    Staff at South Africa’s world-leading nuclear medicine supplier, NTP Radioisotopes, have been left fuming after the removal of their managing...
    Shortcomings of SA laws exposed through controversial shoreline mining on west coast
    Shortcomings of SA laws exposed through controversial shoreline mining on west coast
    There are wide-ranging concerns about the environmental impacts of “coffer dam mining” on the 330km Northern Cape coastline, where state-owned...
    Govin Reddy fought for the freedom of people and the media
    Govin Reddy fought for the freedom of people and the media
    Govin Reddy, anti-apartheid activist and former SABC deputy chief executive who pioneered transformation at the public broadcaster, died on October...
    How Gupta associates ‘fleeced’ Cosatu in HQ deal
    How Gupta associates ‘fleeced’ Cosatu in HQ deal
    The #Guptaleaks have shone light on the role former acting Eskom chief executive Collin Matjila played in facilitating the Guptas’ access to the...
    #GuptaLeaks: UK PR firm tried to push ‘white monopoly capital’ agenda
    #GuptaLeaks: UK PR firm tried to push ‘white monopoly capital’ agenda
    The recent cache of leaked Gupta emails support claims made in an anonymous report earlier this year that controversial PR firm Bell Pottinger...
    EXCLUSIVE: Eskom funding may be muffling dissenting voices on nuclear
    EXCLUSIVE: Eskom funding may be muffling dissenting voices on nuclear
    The lure of millions in Eskom funding appears to have muzzled two research institutions previously highly critical of the state-owned utility’s...