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Unions issue SABC with ultimatum

The South African Broadcasting Corporation's management body has two days to meet the 12, 2% salary increase demand by unions.

Workers vent frustration at SABC

More than 300 SABC employees sacrificed their lunch hour on Wednesday to demand a 12,2% salary increase.

SABC strike: ‘There will be no broadcast blackouts’

SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago said on Tuesday that there will be no broadcast blackouts should a strike by SABC workers go ahead.

Free to walk history’s streets in Soweto

There were five different ways I could walk -- five different ways to repeat the routes that the students who marched on June 16 1976 had taken.

Pirates force Seacom to delay cable switch-on — again

Somali pirates have once again delayed Seacom's cable installation plans, shifting the switch-on date to late July.

Plane collides with car in freak accident

A freeboarding outing among colleagues turned into a freak accident in Kugersdorp on Sunday afternoon after an aeroplane collided with a car.

Concourt hears M&G journo’s case

Journalist Stefaans Brümmer's arguments this week on the constitutionality of sections of the PAIA may result in a change in the Act.

ANC, DA drag heels in removing election posters

Johannesburg Metro police will fine political parties if they don't remove their election posters by Monday, spokesperson Wayne Minnaar said.

Pamodzi Gold tarnishes

Eskom gives cash-strapped Pamodzi Gold less than a week to settle its electricity bills amounting millions of rands to avoid power cuts at operations.

Saving the sickest

The new ART guidelines strictly state that initiation of treatment should not be delayed for more than a week in patients who fit certain criteria.

Don’t mess with my weave

The feel-good factor is boosting the local beauty industry, regardless of the economic crisis. Thembelihle Tshabalala reports.

Styled to shine

Survey reveals that the new 'black diamonds' are less bling-obsessed and more financially prudent. writes Thembelihle Tshabalala.

South Africans ‘not optimistic about the future’

South Africans are not optimistic about the future, according to this year's South African Reconciliation barometer.

Large and green

David Tlale's new range aims to make fuller-figured women feel light and feminine, writes Thembelihle Tshabalala.

‘I’ve lost faith in the ANC’

Nosimilo Ndlovu and Thembelihle Tshabalala asked ordinary South Africans to share their views on the possibility of a new political party.

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High court grants Dlamini-Zuma leave to appeal adverse ruling on tobacco ban

The court held that the ongoing state of disaster meant there was public interest in the legal test applied to measures taken to contain the pandemic

Concourt to hear Zondo commission’s application for contempt order against Zuma on March 25

The former president has one week to file answering papers in the application that also seeks a prison sentence imposed on him

Koko maintains he had no idea he was exchanging emails with a man likely to be Salim Essa

On his fourth appearance before the commission, the former Eskom CEO maintains he was tricked into sharing company information with a third party

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