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JOHANNESBURG, 24 April 2018 - Trade union federation, Saftu gears up for its nationwide strike tomorrow which will affect several industries. Trade union, Numsa's members will be joining the action, organised by the South African Federation of Trade Union
JOHANNESBURG, 24 April 2018 - Minister of Higher Education and Training, Naledi Pandor, says over 80,000 university students will benefit from the new funding system this year.
JOHANNESBURG, 24 April 2018 - The Federation of Unions of South Africa says it also won't take part in the nationwide strike planned for tomorrow. The federation says the set minimum wage is a start.
NORTH-WEST, 24 April 2018 - The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) is investigating the death of a 16-year-old boy during violent protests that rocked the North West province. The boy was killed in Taung on Monday night.
JOHANNESBURG, 24 April 2018 - Cosatu, and a group of public sector unions, are warning government of a total shutdown, if it doesn't agree to a new wage deal for public servants. Talks with the state have deadlocked, as workers demand a 12-percent wage.
JOHANNESBURG, 24 April 20118 - A mother says she feels let down by police. Her 15-year-old daughter was allegedly raped by two armed men on Good Friday. To date, there's been no action from Khayelitsha police.
JOHANNESBURG, 24 April 20118 - Numsa General Secretary Irvin Jim says some of their members are being threatened not to take part in Wednesday's s strike. He says they must remember they have a constitutional right to take part.
Consumer appetite for credit seems to be increasing. The latest indicator is Pick n Pay's announcement that 56 000 customers have taken up its credit card, to the value of R1 billion, within 6 months.
In order to tackle low growth and increasing unemployment, South Africa needs to urgently redirect its strategy to industrialisation. This is according to the University of Johannesburg’s Industrial Development Think Tank
Mahikeng & Moses Mabhida stadium protesters