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Increasing the VAT rate could generate more revenue than wealth tax, says an expert.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is waiting to hear what you would like to see in the budget.
The demand for a living minimum wage is not a plea for charity but for workers to get back a bigger share of the wealth their labour creates, says Patrick Craven.
The reinstatement of a union's registrar has highlighted areas of deep concern to the labour movement, not the least being political interference, says Terry Bell.
The case of union Ceppwawu being placed under curatorship provides a worrying insight into the state of the unions and the dangers of capture, says Terry Bell.
We live in a time of uncertainty when demagogues and ambitious populists jockey for power with politicians desperate to cling on to challenged authority, says Terry Bell.
Instead of demonising so-called illegal workers, unions should organise them and fight for their rights under the constitution and labour laws, says Patrick Craven.
An ongoing dispute has focused on Samwu's debilitating factionalism and moves by worker groups across the board to demand a return to grassroots democracy, says Terry Bell.
In their 22-year fight for pensions and jobs, former Midrand municipal workers have highlighted the debilitating factionalism in Cosatu-affiliated union Samwu, says Terry Bell.
It is time to revive the campaign for a basic income grant to ensure that no South African, with or without a job, is condemned to a lifetime of poverty, says Patrick Craven.
Terry Bell highlights the 22-year battle of a group of Midrand municipal workers who won't stop fighting for their right to jobs and pensions.
Angry and jobless young people with few prospects of betterment make for a worrying outlook, but there are also many examples of bravery and solidarity, says Terry Bell.
Punitive laws just intimidate and drive obnoxious notions underground where they can fester and multiply in secret, says Terry Bell.
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Fake news is just another strand of propaganda. An expert shows how to combat it.
Obama’s farewell speeches present a cautionary tale of how South Africa could be going.
Here's a guide on how life cover works and where disability and dread disease insurance fit in.
Waking up early can boost personal productivity. Here are some tips to tackle those early starts.
A growing crisis in SA's education sector could portend a grim future for the country.
There may be others who have not yet been identified, have a lot to lose and need to hide.
Market sentiment may be driven by politicians and not central banks' monetary policies.
Unions and fee-free campaigners should consult the various initiatives around SA that can provide guidance toward the sort of education and support systems it needs, says Terry Bell.
Shattered expectations around a minimum wage leave the jobless and the working poor with prospects that seem even bleaker than before, says Terry Bell.
Telkom is considering a bid of as much as $1bn for wireless operator Cell C, which has missed debt payments and is trying to complete a recapitalisation, according to people familiar with matter.
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