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Letters to the editor: January 18 to 24
Letters to the editor: January 18 to 24
We can be proud of having some of the most progressive legislation in the world. Our shame is that we are among the worst for implementing our own...
Battered Samwu again at odds
Battered Samwu again at odds
A forensic audit report said to have found evidence of corruption at the top of the embattled South African Municipal Workers’ Union is being...
Ramaphosa: 'Historic' minimum wage to come into effect on January 1 2019
Ramaphosa: 'Historic' minimum wage to come into effect on January 1 2019
The national minimum wage of R20 per hour will be effective from January 1 2019, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced at a ceremony on Friday in...
JZ schmoozes voters before his court date
JZ schmoozes voters before his court date
Jacob Zuma preached unity in the governing party when he hit the streets of Durban and Pietermaritzburg last week as part of a provincial ANC...
SACP welcomes Ramaphosa reshuffle
SACP welcomes Ramaphosa reshuffle
The South African Communist Party (SACP) has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s latest reshuffle, saying the decision to merge the telecommunications and communications departments was a signal that the Ramaphosa administration was listening to the public's desire for the size of...
Hogan: ‘ANC tried to force my hand in Gama matter’
Hogan: ‘ANC tried to force my hand in Gama matter’
Key members of the ANC and others lobbied for the appointment of Siyabonga Gama as the chief executive of Transnet in 2009, former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan told the commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday....
Numsa’s political party gets the go-ahead
Numsa’s political party gets the go-ahead
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) says it welcomes the Electoral Commission of South Africa’s (IEC) decision to register...
SABC unions will not go down without a fight
SABC unions will not go down without a fight
Unions say the SABC has not done enough to avoid retrenchments after it was confirmed that over two thousand workers could be axed from the...
Govt ‘no’ to public service wage hikes
Govt ‘no’ to public service wage hikes
The treasury has refused to provide additional funding for the public sector salary bill, because the government can no longer afford it.
Despite Twitter appeal, Mboweni has little wiggle room in medium term budget
Despite Twitter appeal, Mboweni has little wiggle room in medium term budget
New finance minister Tito Mboweni is set to deliver what is likely to be a difficult medium term budget policy statement (MTBPS) on Wednesday...
Freedom fighter and trade unionist Eric Mtshali dies
Freedom fighter and trade unionist Eric Mtshali dies
If moments of historical significance were marked by the blowing of horns and the tolling of bells, South Africa would be standing still to observe...
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....

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