ANC: Having strategic equity partners in SOE's doesn't mean privatisation
The organisations held a briefing in Johannesburg on Wednesday on the outcome of its NEC meeting, which included the announcement of a package of interventions to revive the weak economy.
ANC admits 'new' economic recovery plan in fact not so new
The party said at its media briefing on following the special NEC that it has come up with a package of interventions to tackle low economic growth, inclusive economy and job creation.
ANC NEC agrees on plan to help grow economy, create jobs
Although many of the suggested solutions are already contained in existing policies including the National Development Plan, the party said it would focus on the implementation thereof.
Mathunjwa decries govt snubbing Amcu's elective congress
The organisation held the four-day gathering after the Labour Registrar threatened to deregister the union if it failed to hold a congress in line with its constitution.
Amcu willing to put off strike for ‘peaceful’ wage negotiations, for now
The union held a briefing earlier on Tuesday and announced that the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) facilitated wage negotiations with Amplats and Sibanye-Stillwater.
Sibanye-Stillwater remains stumbling block in wage talks, says Amcu's Mathunjwa
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) president Joseph Mathunjwa said on Tuesday the union and some employers in the platinum mining sector were headed for another round of mediation at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).
Transnet wants to reverse audit finding of R49bn irregular expenditure
The state-owned freight, rail and ports entity released its mixed-bag financial performance on Monday, which showed the company’s revenue had grown by 1.6%, while it received yet another qualified audit.
Disciplinary processes against suspended Transnet officials to begin in Nov
The group suspended four executives and several other senior managers and officials with full pay and benefits earlier this year over alleged misconduct.
Transnet blames mining sector, weak economy for drop in commodity volumes moved
The state-owned company has blamed the fall on the contraction in the mining sector and the weak economy among other reasons.
Transnet learning to build credibility with SA & lenders, says acting CEO
Transnet acting CEO Mahommed Mahomedy told reporters at the company’s results announcement in Midrand that the company’s 'reasonable' set of results pointed to a growth in the credibility of the organisation.
Transnet credits revenue improvement on petroleum volumes
The entity reported a 1.6% revenue increase amounting to R74.1 billion.
Nxesi blames SA's policy, political incoherence on ANC dynamics
The minister's bold admissions at the summit has put a challenge to the government he forms part of to get its house in order.
Busa says Nedlac needs to be overhauled
Nedlac is a forum where government, business, labour and community formulate labour market policy and other related legislation.
Amcu's Mathunjwa on his re-election: Why should you change what is working?
Mathunjwa has described the gathering as a display of Amcu’s democratic nature, despite criticism that the conference was merely held for appearances in light of the union’s troubles with the Labour Registrar.
Cosatu, Sasbo to lodge urgent appeal after bank sector strike ruling
Workers in the banking sector were angry at looming job losses brought by increasing reliance on technology.
Ramaphosa: If ANC alliance remains dysfunctional, we can't transform economy
Ramaphosa was addressing the South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) in Nasrec.
Ramaphosa warns teachers against having sexual relations with pupils
The South African schooling system is facing a massive challenge of teenage pregnancy, with experts saying adults including teachers are to blame for the problem.
Ramaphosa: Teachers' contribution in class has direct link to economic growth
President Cyril Ramaphosa told the hundreds of educators gathered at the South African Teachers Democratic congress that it was their direct influence on learners that was shaping their contribution in society.