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Nehawu: ANC has shown ‘arrogance and disdain’ in wage offer

Nehawu says the ANC is taking workers for a ride after the government revised ts initial wage offer from 5.8% to 5% at the bargaining council.

Parliament staff strike: ‘We are ready to be fired’

Parliament workers who say they want to strike over a wage agreement process could threaten the president's State of the Nation Address.

Hospital staff dismissed for striking against dodgy doctor

Four Messina Hospital staff members, who are also shop stewards for the union Nehawu, have been dismissed for inciting strike action against a doctor.

McCord Hospital board contests Nehawu court interdict to stall closure

The National Education Health and Allied Workers' Union has claimed that an interim court interdict has been granted, despite others rejecting this.

Walter Sisulu University students lash out at Blade Nzimande

As the university prepares to reopen, students say Blade Nzimande's inaction during crippling strikes has cost the ANC their support.

NWU-Pukke defends Afrikaans-centric language policy

NWU management has defended its controversial language policy, which sees non Afrikaans-speaking students using translation headsets during lectures.

Dodgy doctor gets back top job

Despite an ongoing probe into alleged misconduct, he's back at Messina Hospital – as chief executive.

Opposition tackle, welcome Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle

From questions about Angie Motshekga staying in office to parties embracing Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle, here's what was said about the moves.

VUT’s plots and dealings exposed

A former unionist says claims were fabricated to protect Vaal techinkon's vice-chancellor.

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Corruption allegations: It’s a family affair at Dihlabeng municipality

The mayor, her relatives and their friends keep landing lucrative tenders and using state resources. Yet Lindiwe Makhalema has failed to declare the list of her relationships with people and companies benefiting from the municipality

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Municipal audit outcomes reveal public sector financial management must be professionalised

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