Jeff Radebe in court on Thursday for racial
discrimination case brought by Solidarity
Citizen reports that energy minister Jeff Radebe appeared before
the Equality Court on Thursday in respect of a racial discrimination
case brought by trade union Solidarity.
Strikers barred from picketing at Dis-Chem, four
reports that four men were arrested when 200 workers demonstrated on
Wednesday in front of the Dis-Chem store in Canal Walk, Cape Town.
Springs guard dies from burn wounds after alleged
assault by strikers in plastic sector
Star reports that the ongoing violent strike in the plastic
sector has claimed its first fatality, after a security guard
succumbed to burn wounds on Tuesday.
Attacks on EMS staff causing reduction in
ambulances services in Western Cape
Argus writes trauma experienced by Emergency Medical Services
(EMS) personnel attacked while on the job, is an indication of larger
socio-economic challenges facing SA, according to Deputy Minister of
Health Mathume Phaahla.
Seven Anglo American employees make global list
of top 100 women in mining
Weekly reports that seven female Anglo American employees made
it onto the Women in MiningÃ¢Â€Â™s annual 100 Global Inspirational Women
in Mining list.
President Ramaphosa to announce effective date
for national minimum wage on Friday
reports that President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Friday proclaim the
effective date for the recently approved national minimum wage
Horseracing industry ordered by MPs to improve
living conditions of grooms
reports that the horseracing industry has been told by MPs to clean
up its act when it comes to the living conditions of grooms employed
at facilities in the sector.
Another worker injured at FNB Stadium, following
upon rigger who fell to his death at gig
reports that following the tragic death of a rigger at FNB Stadium,
another person got injured at the same venue on Monday.
Ex-lecturer appears in court for murder of
UniZulu academic who uncovered fake PhD syndicate
reports that a former lecturer at the University of Zululand
(UniZulu) appeared in court on Tuesday for his alleged part in the
murder of prominent academic Professor Gregory Kamwendo.
Minister's 'meddling' in SABC over retrenchments
might be unlawful, says civil group
reports that the Save Our SABC Coalition has warned newly appointed
Minister of Communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams that she might
have acted unlawfully by "meddling" in the affairs of the
SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
ANCYL in eThekwini wants R1bn for youth
development and no requirement of experience for jobs
reports that the ANC Youth League (ANCYL) in KwaZulu-Natal is pushing
ahead with its demand for the eThekwini municipality to allocate R1bn
for youth development.
GEPF may expand foreign portfolio so as to
Premium reports that the Government Employees Pension Fund
(GEPF) is continuing to seek ways to diversify its returns in the
wake of scandals surrounding Steinhoff, which has exposed the fundÃ¢Â€Â™s
dependency on the local market.
Placement of new nurses for 2019 going smoothly,
reports that MPs were assured on Wednesday that virtually all of SAÃ¢Â€Â™s
newly qualified nurses have been placed in public sector posts for
Teaching determined not to be an essential
service, so teachers may strike
reports that the Essential Services Committee has determined that
school managers and support staff are not essential services,
effectively upholding their right to strike.