Mathunjwa: Lonmin provoking workers into another Marikana
Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa has accused management at Sibanye-Stillwater’s Lonmin mine of instigating another Marikana by offering workers paltry wage increases as salary negotiations continued in the platinum sector.
Semenya: There's no proof my testosterone levels give me an advantage
Caster Semenya believes the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is targeting her because of her dominance in the 800 metre races.
Mathunjwa: SA needs dictator style of leadership
In an interview with Eyewitness News, Amcu leader Joseph Mathunjwa said such a government would take a stern position against businesses which exploit workers.
Amcu welcomes inclusion of unions in Nedlac
Nedlac is a forum where government, labour, business, and community discuss and formulate labour market policy.
Ramaphosa: Where there is unity, there is growth
President Cyril Ramaphosa is sounding the alarm bells amid infighting in the African National Congress (ANC) and divisions in the country, saying these scared away local and international investors.
ANCWL: Women in ANC as capable as men
The league’s president Bathabile Dlamini told a gathering in Johannesburg on Tuesday night that this should come to an end, stressing that women in the party were as capable as men.
I’m willing to be led by others, says Mathunjwa on upcoming Amcu congress
Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) said on Tuesday it was ready to hold its congress next month and its president Joseph Mathunjwa said he was ready to serve another term should members renew his mandate.
Employers are provoking Amcu to strike - Mathunjwa
Wage negotiations are now in the second month and there are fears that failure to conclude them amicably will lead to a debilitating strike affecting an already struggling economy.
Ramaphosa: NHI will prioritise women’s healthcare needs
Although the NHI was yet to be implemented with Cabinet only recently approving it and sending it to Parliament for the legislative process to get under way, the president already placed a bet on it.
Ramaphosa: Unemployment among women, economic crisis receiving gov't attention
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the national Women’s Day event in Vryburg, North West today, where he committed to the empowerment of women and reflected on the struggles they are facing.
Govt calls on all parties to prioritise upliftment of women
Sixty-three years after women mounted a show of force against apartheid, South Africa's government has acknowledged there's still a long way to go for women.
Presidency says court ruling on PP's remedial action brings certainty
The Pretoria High Court’s decision that saw the Public Protector lose another legal challenge has been met with mixed reaction.
Govt concerned by destruction of public property during protests
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said that government discussed these developments during its Cabinet meeting on Wednesday and expressed concern about the major financial and social implications it caused.
No need for IMF bailout but SA must be financially prudent - Mthembu
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said that while there was no appetite from government to approach the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout, there was a need to exercise prudent financial management.
Mthembu: We’re not mulling public servant salary cuts
Jackson Mthembu said the Minister of Finance would at the relevant time address issues pertaining to the salaries of public servants, ministers and other public office bearers.
Mthembu: We condemn Jhb CBD attacks on police
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said government was calling on law enforcement officials to act decisively against people who violated the country’s laws.
Government will not approach IMF for bailout, says Mthembu
Several commentators and leading business people warned that South Africa could be forced to go to the IMF with a begging bowl unless drastic measures were taken to address the economic crisis.
Ramaphosa was within his rights to be involved in campaign fundraising – analyst
Governance specialist Judith February said although the public was sceptical about the influence of money in politics, no law criminalised President Cyril Ramaphosa’s conduct as exposed in leaked emails recently.