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Explosive Khaya Sithole affidavit casts shadow over Saica

​An affidavit by the chartered accountant accuses Saica's top leadership of lying, not following due process and covering up corruption

Five massive data breaches affecting South Africans

The Information Regulator is concerned about the increasing number of cyber attacks affecting personal data

Liberty clients urged to change all banking passwords amid inside-job rumours

The financial services group admitted to a data breach on Saturday night, but said that no clients had yet been financially impacted

Eskom to reopen negotiations with trade unions, as it warns of constrained supply

​Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe has committed to reopening wage talks with trade unions

Unions say Eskom is seeking interdict to stop strike

Disgruntled workers are expected to hand over a memorandum to the power utility’s management demanding 15% wage increases

Eskom power stations facing blockages as workers picket

The parastatal's management team is holding an emergency meeting on Thursday morning to address the possibility of load shedding

Trade unions plan Eskom shutdown on Thursday over wages

The unions are demanding a 15% increases across the board, a housing allowance increase of R2 000 and the banning of labour brokers

Public sector wage deal inches closer as more unions sign

​The public sector wage agreement is close to being a done deal, with 48% of workers represented by trade unions at the PSCBC supporting the offer

Steinhoff 98% down

The stock – which had already fallen by 9.9% on Tuesday – reached a new low of R1.18 a share on Wednesday morning

Close to majority of unions sign public sector wage deal

​The protracted public sector wage negotiations are close to being clinched with 42% of the employees represented having signed the three year deal

Ramaphosa appoints new presiding officer for Moyane disciplinary inquiry

President Ramaphosa had initially appointed Judge Kate O’Regan to do the inquiry but has now appointed Advocate Azhar Bham

Gauteng turns to drones to monitor construction projects

The drone launched on Monday cost approximately R20 000 and is the size of a 500ml water bottle, weighing 700g

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