South African Post Office

 
Sassa should not have disqualified Post Office - Treasury letter
Sassa should not have disqualified Post Office - Treasury letter
A letter by National Treasury to acting South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) CEO Pearl Bhengu says the agency should not have disqualified...
'The country is gripped with panic' as deadlock continues with Sassa and Sapo
'The country is gripped with panic' as deadlock continues with Sassa and Sapo
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) and the South African Post Office (Sapo) have been entangled in a lengthy negotiation battle to...
New Sassa crisis looms as it goes back to drawing board on grants
New Sassa crisis looms as it goes back to drawing board on grants
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has announced that it will now restart...
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...
Post Office closes 221 outlets amid R1.1bn loss
Post Office closes 221 outlets amid R1.1bn loss
Financial woes continue to weigh on the South African Post Office (Sapo) as it has recorded a R1.1bn final loss for the year ended March 31...
Barnes storms the Post Office
Barnes storms the Post Office
Last week, I bought Mark Barnes lunch.
‘Corruption’ at Post Office – but not in billion-rand deals
‘Corruption’ at Post Office – but not in billion-rand deals
Someone is going to have some explaining to do.
Post Office wins court order against strike
Post Office wins court order against strike
The South African Post Office (Sapo) has won an urgent court interdict to halt planned strike action on Thursday.
Ramaphosa 'did not know who that plane belonged to'
Ramaphosa 'did not know who that plane belonged to'
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa did not know that the aeroplane he flew on to Japan last month belonged to the Gupta family.
How communication workers taught the labour courts a lesson
How communication workers taught the labour courts a lesson
"Loopholes" in South Africa’s industrial relations framework have resulted in a system where "precarious workers" are left outside of a system that...
How labour broking almost broke the post office
How labour broking almost broke the post office
A new working paper on the end of labour broking at the post office is a cogent critique of the labour broking system and its role in the downward...
New post office strike looms
New post office strike looms
The Communication Workers' Union (CWU) has asked for the removal of the South African Post Office (Sapo) administrator, whom the union accuses...

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