The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s management body has two days to meet the 12, 2% salary increase demand by unions.
I drive past the Soccer City construction site twice every weekday, and I am a chief critic of the progress, or the lack thereof, that takes place.
More than 300 SABC employees sacrificed their lunch hour on Wednesday to demand a 12,2% salary increase.
SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago said on Tuesday that there will be no broadcast blackouts should a strike by SABC workers go ahead.
There were five different ways I could walk — five different ways to repeat the routes that the students who marched on June 16 1976 had taken.
Somali pirates have once again delayed Seacom’s cable installation plans, shifting the switch-on date to late July.
A freeboarding outing among colleagues turned into a freak accident in Kugersdorp on Sunday afternoon after an aeroplane collided with a car.
Journalist Stefaans Brümmer’s arguments this week on the constitutionality of sections of the PAIA may result in a change in the Act.
South African President Jacob Zuma on Sunday toured Soweto to thank the people for putting the ANC into power.
Exactly a year ago Lovemore Sibanda told the M&G about how he lost his house during the xenophobic violence. We caught up with him recently.