The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) PWV Region regard the march tomorrow against the IPPs as the beginning of a protracted war against the attack directed on working class and the poor by the South African government through IPPs and the closure of power stations and coal mines which will cause many
Canoeing South Africa is appealing to the national government to relook at its funding model to national federations as High Performance and development programmes continue to be slashed to deal with drastic cuts in funding from the national Department of Sport and Recreation and the National Lottery Commission to sport
In terms of proposed amendments to the Competition Act, authorities will gain the power to decide how much black-owned suppliers, amongst others, should be paid.
The African Christian Democratic Party welcomes the resignation of the now former Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba.
The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] blames both the Department of Higher Education [DHET] and Training and the management of the University of Mpumalanga [UMP], Nelspruit (Mbombela) for the violence that erupted at university today.
The ANC government is willing to save the struggling South African Airways (SAA) from financial ruin for the umpteenth time, but it refuses to do the same for South Africa's rural economy and its bankrupt municipalities.
Commission finds that the agreement between SABC and Multichoice enabled multichoice to influence the strategic direction of the SABC
On Friday, 09 November 2018, the Competition Commission (the Commission) filed a report with the Competition Tribunal(the Tribunal) in which it found that the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SOC) Limited (SABC) and MultiChoice (Proprietary) Limited (MultiChoice) implemented a merger transaction, without no
Following more than two years of unresolved safety concerns for health workers at Ramokonopi Community Health Centre (CHC) in Katlehong in Ekurhuleni which have been raised with the District Health, DENOSA has, in line with Chapter 2 of the National Health Act, decided to exercise the right of workers to a safe workplac