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Dennis George ‘shocked’ in the wake of Fedusa sacking

The federation’s former general secretary has been implicated in a dodgy Ayo listing deal which he claims is a ‘deliberate misrepresentation’

EFF spurns minimum wage in National Assembly debate

Labour minister, however, calls the approval of the National Minimum Wage Bill ‘a milestone’

Numsa urges all workers to strike against ‘R20/hour slave wage’

Workers are expected to take to the streets across the country to protest among other things the minimum wage

Fedusa bemused by transport changes

Fedusa says unions should have been consulted about plans to introduce an integrated public transport system controlled by municipalities.

Fedusa urges repo rate cut

Fedusa says the South African Reserve Bank should cut the repo rate by at least 100 basis points to stimulate the economy and create jobs.

South Africans get another day to take it easy

Kgalema Motlanthe has declared December 27 a public holiday after Fedusa asked the presidency for an extra day as Christmas falls on a Sunday.

Fedusa to submit proposals on development plan

Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel says Fedusa is to draft proposals for the National Development Plan after hearing about issues of concern.

Zuma calls for more public sector internships

President Jacob Zuma says the government wants more public sector internships to increase job creation and aid skills development.

Domestic workers need a helping hand, says Fedusa

Some domestic workers from disadvantaged backgrounds are not aware of their legal rights and are vulnerable to bad labour practices, Fedusa says.

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Hard-hit municipalities brace for more deaths

South Africa’s Covid-19-related deaths have been comparatively lower than the rest of the world. But municipalities are preparing for the worst

It’s just not cricket

Near Makhanda in the Eastern Cape in the village of Salem is a cricket pitch that is said to be the oldest in the country. Watered by blood and trauma, rolled with frontier nostalgia and contemporary paranoia, how does it play?

Three million jobs lost and hunger surging amid Covid-19 crisis — survey

Income shocks and the breakdowns in social protection schemes have had consequences for hunger and food insecurity in South Africa

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