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Saftu opens the door to Cosatu’s Western Cape leader

Cosatu’s Western Cape secretary has informally met senior leaders of the South African Federation of Trade Unions and could soon join Saftu

Cosatu condemns ‘all white’ Springbok selection

Cosatu is not encouraged to support the "all white" Springbok team that will take on the All Blacks, says provincial secretary Tony Ehrenreich.

Ehrenreich stands by ‘eye for an eye’ Israel comment

While the Jewish community seeks an apology, Cosatu's Tony Ehrenreich maintains that his Facebook post does not incite harm or violence against Jews.

‘Don’t pour oil on the fire’ Motshekga, says Cosatu

Cosatu has warned Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga not to take action against protesting teachers at the Sadtu march.

Zille wants army in Western Cape’s rural areas

Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula must send army troops to Western Cape rural areas to prevent farmworker violence, says Helen Zille.

You might need to apply for an extra day of leave …

People who think they only need three days' leave between Christmas and New Year's Day are in for a shock -- they actually need to apply for four.

That’s that, then: Dalai Lama cancels South Africa trip

The Dalai Lama has cancelled his trip to South Africa to attend Archbishop Tutu's birthday after the state failed to grant him a visa in time.

Government under siege for ‘weakness’ on Dalai Lama

The state has been slammed by Cosatu for "exchanging SA's morality for dollars or yuan", in dithering over whether to grant the Dalai Lama a visa.

Condemn strike violence, De Lille tells Ehrenreich

Patricia de Lille has called on Cape Town's ANC leader to support a claim for damages from striking Samwu workers who went on a rampage in the city.

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