Ngobeni: I ditched DA because I bought into Herman Mashaba's vision for SA
Funzela Ngobeni resigned from the DA to join Herman Mashaba's People's Dialogue.
DA loses 2 senior members to Mashaba’s new political movement
Johannesburg chairperson and caucus leader Funzela Ngobeni and former CEO Paul Boughey have resigned from the party to join Herman Mashaba’s new political movement.
NTM calls for SAA’s rescue plan to be published without delay
The National Transport Movement said the plan should be released so that the airline’s employees could find closure.
DA calls for SAA’s rescue plan to be published without delay
The state-owned airline is under business rescue for two months now and was expected to publish a business rescue plan before the end of Friday next week.
Lamola concerned about judiciary’s integrity after Bosasa-linked Nair suspended
Pretoria Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair was suspended while an investigation into his alleged links to scandal-plagued Bosasa is carried out.
Magistrate Desmond Nair charged with misconduct over Bosasa links
Pretoria chief magistrate Desmond Nair was placed on provisional suspension pending the outcome of an investigation.
Stats SA report reveals young people still vulnerable to unemployment
The statistics organisation has released it’s the results on the education and labour market outcomes in South Africa for 2018.
SAA's BRP accused of failing to consult unions over retrenchments
Numsa and the South Africa Cabin Crew Association gave SAA's rescue practitioners until the end of Tuesday to make available their plan to them to study or face legal action.
Women doing better than men in education – Stats SA
Stats SA released the results of its survey called the Education and Labour Market Outcomes in South Africa for 2018.
Numsa, Sacca to approach courts to compel SAA to consult unions
The unions are adamant they were not consulted as stipulated in the Companies Act.
CGE mandates dept to act against doctors who performed forced sterilisations
On Monday, the commission released a report, which looked at over 37 cases in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
Cekeshe: No justification for damaging property during a protest
Kanya Cekeshe has been on parole for two months now after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a remission of sentences to offenders in December last year.
Report finds 38 cases of women tricked into sterilisation by doctors, nurses
The Commission for Gender Equality released a report earlier following complaints that women living with HIV were forced to consent to being sterilised in circumstances that undermined their ability to act voluntarily.
Kanya Cekeshe: I don’t regard myself as a hero, I stood for my convictions
Kanya Cekeshe has been on parole for two months now after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a remission of sentences to offenders in last December.
Time for new approach to dealing with SA's problems - Ramaphosa
In his fourth State of the Nation Address on Thursday night, he acknowleged that his government had not done enough to address the nation's economic challenges and mitigate the effects of devestating power cuts.
'Fire Gordhan, fix Eskom': Political parties want action from Ramaphosa
In his previous speech, President Cyril Ramaphosa made a number of promises, including creating 250,000 jobs every year.
Numsa threatens another strike if plans to cut SAA jobs not halted
The union approached the Labour Court on Tuesday seeking to interdict the airline’s business rescue practitioners from implementing job cuts.
Numsa: SAA managers still running show despite being under business rescue
The union, together with Sacca, filed papers in the Labour Court seeking to interdict the airline’s business rescue practitioners from retrenching workers.