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Can the law compensate for grief ?
Can the law compensate for grief ?
In a country where the Constitution aspires to equality and dignity for all, how do the courts ensure proper compensation for the loss...
Still on temporary contracts after 12 years
Still on temporary contracts after 12 years
For the past 12 years, about 150 people have swept the streets and cleared blocked drains in Uitenhage and Motherwell. They work in a government-funded programme administered by the Eastern Cape Department of Transport. But despite their long service, they are still casual workers on...
CPS is now claiming over R1-billion from Sassa
CPS is now claiming over R1-billion from Sassa
Net1 subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) is demanding that the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) pay it more than R1‑billion, in...
Letters to the editor: August 28 to September 1 2017
Letters to the editor: August 28 to September 1 2017
Despite South Africa being an economic power on the continent, the nation’s $294.8-billion in gross domestic product masks the poverty and...
MPs accuse Sassa of 'delay tactics'
MPs accuse Sassa of 'delay tactics'
Come March 2018, the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) may find itself in a "mad dash" to secure grant payments once again. According to...
Postbank could speed up change
Postbank could speed up change
Creating a state-owned bank is seen as being central to the speedier transformation of South Africa’s financial services sector. It was an issue...
Concourt judgement disproves Dlamini's assertions of 'media-created' grants anxiety
Concourt judgement disproves Dlamini's assertions of 'media-created' grants anxiety
NEWS ANALYSISAs questions were mounting about the crisis developing in the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) in recent months,...
Dlamini rejects Gordhan's social grants proposal
Dlamini rejects Gordhan's social grants proposal
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has rejected Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's proposal for banks and the Post Office to distribute...
Barking up a lot of weird trees in 2015
Barking up a lot of weird trees in 2015
It is New Year’s resolution time again as countless people pledge once more to return to the gym stop smoking or. But though most of us are content...
Post office strike continues as union talks collapse
Post office strike continues as union talks collapse
Negotiations to end the strike – which has been carrying on intermittently for at least three years – have now "collapsed", said the...
Mafika Sihlali: A man 'in a hurry' to succeed
Mafika Sihlali: A man 'in a hurry' to succeed
He had been drawn into a scandal where none existed, Mafika Sihlali said in a letter to the Mail & Guardian in 2009. Despite the best...
ConCourt hearing could change methods of foreclosure
ConCourt hearing could change methods of foreclosure
A mix-up at the Post Office might change the way banks and other companies foreclose on people heavily in debt, following a Constitutional Court...

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