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SA to urge US to extend Agoa

Jul 28 2014 16:10

SA will seek an extension of the African Growth and Opportunity Act at the inaugural US-Africa leaders’ summit in Washington for 15 more years


Numsa's Jim hints at new strike deal move

Jul 28 2014 10:03

There has been some development in strike negotiations but Numsa won't disclose details until union members have been notified, says leader Irvin Jim.


Policing the economists

Jul 28 2014 07:15

The world needs a global code of ethics for economists, says Mandi Smallhorne.


Numsa's NEC discusses wage offer

Jul 27 2014 17:49

The national executive committee of Numsa has consulted its members on the metal sector wage offer, with a final decision to be announced later in the day.


Transnet refutes pensioners' claims

Jul 27 2014 14:55

Transnet has refuted a report claiming plans may be afoot to dissolve the pension fund into which Transnet transferred pensioners from the apartheid years.


Mpuma's new land claim process kicks off

Jul 27 2014 14:00

The commission on restitution of land rights in Mpumalanga has successfully started to respond to the call to fast-track land claims.


Jacob Zuma’s family empire - report

Jul 27 2014 13:00

President Jacob Zuma's family have, among others, scored contracts in the oil, gold, cigarette, diamond and retail industries, reports City Press.


R50m for public servants to sit at home

Jul 27 2014 11:45

About 400 public servants are sitting at home on paid suspension and they have collected nearly R50m in salaries.


19 Cabinet members have business interests

Jul 27 2014 10:37

A City Press report shows a total of 19 members of President Jacob Zuma’s new Cabinet, including the president, have private business interests.


Acsa slaps petro-chem giants with R15m lawsuit

Jul 27 2014 10:06

Six petro-chemical giants have been slammed with a R15m lawsuit by Airports Company South Africa for the embarrassing fuel shortage crisis that threatened airport operations two years ago.



R1bn Gauteng health contract claims seized

Jul 25 2014 22:18

Over R1bn in contract claims upon the Gauteng health department has been seized, says the National Prosecuting Authority.


Bill should give back stolen land – EFF

Jul 25 2014 18:34

The passing of the appropriation bill has caused heated debate in parliament, with some MPs claiming it will place an unfair burden on future generations .

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