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No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices
No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices
It takes more than eight hours of constant heating at 1 000°C to turn coal into the coke that’s mixed with iron ore to make steel.
Headless cats and government promises back in 2005
Headless cats and government promises back in 2005
In Steel Valley, residents say cats are born without heads, a piglet had sexual organs growing out of its anus and a cow born a hermaphrodite had...
Gauteng quality of life increases despite deepening inequality
Gauteng quality of life increases despite deepening inequality
Despite very challenging economic conditions, the overall quality of life in Gauteng continues to improve.
6 police officers assaulted, gunshots fired during Vanderbijlpark raid
6 police officers assaulted, gunshots fired during Vanderbijlpark raid
Vanderbijlpark police are investigating a case of murder, attempted murder and assault after a group of foreign nationals attacked them while they...
Radical change won't happen with Sasco, Malema tells VUT
Radical change won't happen with Sasco, Malema tells VUT
Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), last night laid into the ANC-aligned tertiary organisation the South African Student...
Another Mbeki supporter purged from union
Another Mbeki supporter purged from union
Trade union supporters of ANC president Jacob Zuma scored a victory this week by toppling one of former president Thabo Mbeki's most vocal...
Numsa elects new president
Numsa elects new president
The newly elected president of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa), Cedric Gina, was expected to address delegates at the...
Zuma greeted with song at Numsa conference
Zuma greeted with song at Numsa conference
African National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma was greeted with a song insisting he become president as he arrived in Vanderbijlpark on...
Boats collide on Vaal River
Boats collide on Vaal River
Rescuers were searching on Saturday for a woman's body after two boats collided in the Vaal River in Vanderbijlpark, emergency services said.
Cosatu outraged at Mittal Steel job cuts
Cosatu outraged at Mittal Steel job cuts
Africa's largest steel producer Mittal Steel SA will cut 800 jobs through voluntary severance packages by the end of 2006, CEO Davinder Chugh said...
Lekota warns of 'real challenge' of regime change
Lekota warns of 'real challenge' of regime change
Southern African countries face a "very real challenge" of regime change encouraged by foreign powers, Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota said on...

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