Numsa, Sacca accuse SAA of declaring war after wage talks break down
Unions are putting more pressure on the airline, with the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) serving a secondary strike notice on catering company Air Chefs.
Numsa serves SAA with secondary strike notice
The latest move comeas after talks between trade unions and SAA brooke down on Tuesday night.
CRL concerned over lack of monitoring use of indigenous languages in govt depts
It said while some departments had language policies, they were lagging behind in ensuring indigenous languages were accorded the same rights and treatment.
Nehawu threatens to make Mpumalanga ungovernable if grievances not dealt with
Workers union Nehawu said it hoped that government would intervene and urgently beef up security at Emalahleni's Witbank Hospital following a deadly shooting at the facility in Mpumalanga.
GED working hard to place over 14k pupils in schools by end of November
The department said it was closely working with high-pressure zones to increase their classroom capacity and was also looking at the possibility of placing mobile classrooms in overpopulated areas.
DA confident candidate Funzela Ngobeni will be next Joburg mayor
Herman Mashaba resigned last month, citing that he couldn't reconcile himself with a group of people that thought race was irrelevant.
Funzela Ngobeni is DA's candidate to replace Mashaba as Joburg mayor
Herman Mashaba resigned last month as mayor and DA member, saying he could not reconcile himself with a group of people that thought race was irrelevant.
Workers protest over safety after man shot dead at Witbank Hospital
Workers took action after the recent murder of a patient who was recovering from gunshot wounds at the facility.
SA officials verifying refugee status of foreign nationals arrested at UN office
More than 180 refugees arrested following clashes with police outside the offices of the United Nations Human Rights Agency in the Pretoria have been remanded in custody until their next court appearances.
Refugees arrested for trespassing at UNHCR offices abandon bail application
They were part of a larger group of more than 180 refugees who appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court after violent clashes broke out with police in Brooklyn last week.
Refugees chant 'no more South Africa' as case postponed
They were arrested last week for trespassing after they allegedly tried to force their way back into the UNHCR offices where police were carrying out a court order to remove them.
Black South Africans among most vulnerable in country - Inequality Trends report
Statistician-General Risenga Maluleke released the Inequality Trends report for South Africa on Thursday, which found that the country remained one of the most unequal nations in the world.
Stats SA: SA is one of the most unequal countries in the world
Statistician-General Risenga Maluleke has released the inequality trends in South Africa.
Kingswood College vows to act against those involved in racial incident
Tensions have been running high after black pupils took to social media alleging that their white classmates were referring to them as 'snoobab'.
Does SA have enough money to fix public healthcare?
On Wednesday, Eyewitness News revealed how a pregnant woman was trapped inside a toilet at the Thelle Mogoerane Hospital in Vosloorus for more than an hour while in labour.
EC school condemns racial incident after students called ‘snoobab’
Tensions have been running high after black pupils took to social media, alleging that their white classmates mates were referring to them as 'snoobab'.
Mom's nightmare labour ordeal highlights poor state of govt hospitals
A pregnant woman has told Eyewitness News how she was trapped inside a toilet at the Thelle Mogoerane Hospital in Vosloorus for more than an hour while she was in labour.
Eskom says poor power station maintenance the reason for rolling blackouts
The power utility said the implementation of stage 2 load shedding on Thursday night assisted with the partial recovery of its emergency reserves.