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Ditch dull talks and hone in on the power phrase, says Ian Mann.
A proposed toll system in the Western Cape Winelands will not impact the poor as they will be able to go around them, says road agency Sanral.
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA must be more militant and even risk death, but also foster unity, says Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi.
The procedure followed by Sanral for the winelands tolling project is unlawful due to the lack of a board decision, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
Numsa must remember that an increase in membership also means greater responsibility, says ANC national executive member Enoch Godongwana.
Attacks on Cosatu unions and its officials should be taken seriously, Numsa president Cedric Gcina says.
The leader of platinum union Amcu has threatened to bring the economy "to a standstill" and demanded a meeting with President Jacob Zuma.
Business relations between Turkey and SA have aided the achievement of some goals of the National Development Plan, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe says.
Trivial issues don't warrant mineworker strikes, says Mzwandile Jacks.
The National Youth Development Agency has a new vision that seeks to restore the agency's credibility, chairperson Yershen Pillay says.
The military, which has a budget of around R10.9bn, needs at least 2% of South Africa's gross domestic product to function effectively, a top army chief says.
Big business is the greatest obstacle to the growth of small business in South Africa, Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says.
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Eskom and the SABC will now give daily real time information on the power system.
Opposing National Health Insurance is futile, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says.
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Looking for a job? Learn German my young friend, says blogger Bertie du Plessis.
Seven cranes worth R700m will boost productivity at Durban's container terminal.
AngloGold is set to shed jobs as it prepares to roll out its mechanisation plan.
SA may be the Saudi Arabia of platinum on steroids but unlike crude, it cannot manipulate the price by turning its "taps" on and off at will.
Sanral has not shown a shred of evidence to prove its proposed winelands tolling project is properly authorised, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
A necessary evil as most people need credit to buy homes and cars.
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Possible only for well-disciplined consumers.
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