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Judgment reserved on Transnet pensioners' case

Jul 22 2014 18:51

The High Court in Pretoria has reserved judgment in an application by two Transnet pensioners to sanction the institution of a R80bn class action.


Patel: Competition policy must focus on jobs

Jul 23 2014 07:00

SA's competition authorities will be asked to focus on jobs, industrialisation and small business development, says Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel.


Don't overcharge electricity consumers - Nersa

Jul 23 2014 05:00

A standardised tariff for electricity resellers is needed to avoid consumers being overcharged, says energy regulator Nersa.


Sound operations key to good service delivery

Jul 23 2014 06:00

Proper and effective operations management can improve the system, says an academic tasked with advising the government on tackling service delivery challenges.


SA pulls citrus consignment to EU

Jul 22 2014 21:00

The agriculture department has withdrawn a consignment of citrus to the European Union in its first sighting this year of black spot in fruit exported from SA.

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Auditors probe prisons tender

Jul 22 2014 17:05

An auditing firm has been appointed to do a forensic investigation of a tender awarded by correctional services, says the department.


Bosses warn of metal sector jobs bloodbath

Jul 22 2014 14:32

The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa says the pay deal it accepted to end the metalworkers' strike could lead to heavy job cuts.


Employers accept pay deal for metalworkers

Jul 22 2014 11:22

The main employer body in South Africa's metals and engineering federation has accepted a government proposal to raise wages by as much as 10%.


Plan to sell Amplats mines shocks union

Jul 22 2014 11:45

The Workers' Association Union has warned that plans by Amplats to sell off mines will have a devastating effect on workers in the wake of the five-month strike.


Talks resume to end metalworker strike

Jul 22 2014 10:16

Unions are set to hear a response from the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of SA on a wage proposal that could end an almost four-week strike.



Sanral to comply with minister's e-tolls call

Jul 22 2014 07:00

Sanral will heed Transport Minister Dipuo Peters' call for the prosecution of non-paying e-toll users to be halted for now.


FF Plus keen to help Transnet pensioners

Jul 21 2014 20:03

The Freedom Front Plus has pledged to prevent the dissolution of a Transnet pension fund.

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