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The future must change for women
The future must change for women
All stakeholders agree that the glaring gender inequalities that persist in South Africa require urgent attention. However, there is less agreement...
Business elites mint it as workers, shareholders lose out
Business elites mint it as workers, shareholders lose out
The average South African earned about R81 300 a year in 2012, and the median salary was less than half of that, according to an Institute...
Zim: The politics of ‘salary-gate'
Zim: The politics of ‘salary-gate'
Ongoing media exposures of the massive salaries drawn by parastatal bosses may have been welcomed by the public, but expectations that the...
SA's disposable income the highest since September 2010
SA's disposable income the highest since September 2010
There is good news for third-quarter growth as new research shows that take-home pay and the number of people taking home more than R10 000...
Report: Black women the lowest earners in SA
Report: Black women the lowest earners in SA
According to Statistics South Africa, information the South African Institute of Race...
Private sector ignores Zuma's pay freeze request
Private sector ignores Zuma's pay freeze request
In October 2012, President Zuma urged...
Salaried employees 'take home less'
Salaried employees 'take home less'
The BankservAfrica Disposable Salary Index, launched this week, shows how much cash consumers take home each month and could offer valuable insight...
Keeping tabs on executive pay
Keeping tabs on executive pay
The debate on excessive executive pay is as hot as ever – and what a difference 18 months makes to the discourse.When the...
Policy set to curb salaries of VCs
Policy set to curb salaries of VCs
The education department has released a draft policy that university councils should use to determine the salary packages of vice-chancellors and...
Troops fume over pay
Troops fume over pay
Soldiers are furious at President Robert Mugabe's government for refusing to pay them partly in foreign currency, a move meant to avoid a repetition of the December riots, which saw hundreds of them go on the rampage in Harare. ...
The vice in VC
The vice in VC
Education Minister Naledi Pandor is to crack down on exorbitant salaries earned by vice-chancellors after they failed to regulate themselves.
SABC workers receive 11,5% wage increase
SABC workers receive 11,5% wage increase
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Thursday reached a multiterm wage agreement with labour unions for the next three fiscal...

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