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Edcon group gets R2.7-billion lifeline
Edcon group gets R2.7-billion lifeline
The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), debt holders and landlords have all come to the rescue of the troubled Edcon group — which owns...
Saving Edcon is about saving jobs, says CEO
Saving Edcon is about saving jobs, says CEO
The plan to save struggling retailer Edcon rests equally on securing a new investor, and reaching an agreement with the retailer’s landlords and...
Edcon: Experts split on PIC lifeline
Edcon: Experts split on PIC lifeline
As Edcon, the owner of Jet, Edgars and CNA, fights to keep its doors open, it appears that it is the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), with its...
Union maverick's road to 'BEE' riches
Union maverick's road to 'BEE' riches
Johnny Copelyn is a walking contradiction.
Textile union Sactwu endorses clothing strike
Textile union Sactwu endorses clothing strike
"As expected, we have received a strong 'yes vote' in support of a national wage strike in the clothing industry," Sactwu general secretary Andre Kriel said on Wedneday....
Bargaining extension fought on constitutional grounds
Bargaining extension fought on constitutional grounds
In yet another challenge to the principle of extending bargaining council agreements in South Africa to non-parties, the Free Market Foundation has...
Textile union Sactwu pledges R1m for farm workers union
Textile union Sactwu pledges R1m for farm workers union
"This is an act of concrete solidarity in our quest for a living wage and decent work for vulnerable workers, in true Cosatu tradition, "...
Pinnacle points finger at Absa
Pinnacle points finger at Absa
It was a luxury golfing resort development group that catered for the affluent, yet R250-million of clothing workers' pension funds was mysteriously sunk into the AltX-listed Pinnacle Point Group before it was liquidated last year....
Godongwana 'lied to inquiry'
Godongwana 'lied to inquiry'
Former deputy minister of economic development, Enoch Godongwana, allegedly misled the Canyon Springs Investments 12 insolvency inquiry while...
If only workers were not also people
If only workers were not also people
Socialists ought to be first to agree that wages are too high. Workers do price themselves out of jobs.
Buthelezi clams up at Canyon Springs inquiry
Buthelezi clams up at Canyon Springs inquiry
The arrested owner of asset management group Trilinear, Sam Buthelezi, refused to give evidence to the insolvency inquiry into Canyon Springs at...
Jailed Buthelezi to be grilled in Canyon Springs inquiry
Jailed Buthelezi to be grilled in Canyon Springs inquiry
The inquiry into how R100m of clothing workers' pension money went missing will move to Pollsmoor Prison in Cape Town to hear testimony from Sam...

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