Cosatu: Leadership vacuum forces people to rely on courts for relief
Cosatu first deputy president Mike Shingange said the contestations within the tripartite alliance harmed more than just the political formations.
Cosatu reiterates call for moratorium on job cuts
The labour federation said employers had become too reliant on cutting jobs when faced with operational challenges, instead of considering other solutions.
Popcru: Attacks on police in JHB CBD were planned
Hundreds of foreign nationals stoned police vehicles and trashed the city's streets, halting a raid of counterfeit goods by the officials on Thursday.
Cosatu: Law must be changed to make it harder to retrench
As the country continues to reel from the 29% unemployment rate and mass job losses in key industries, Cosatu says it has called on government to review section 189 of the Labour Relations Act.
Old Mutual reassures customers it’s business as usual amid CEO dispute
In an email sent to its clients, Old Mutual guaranteed that the company was working tirelessly to continue delivering value to customers.
Organised labour: Govt's run out of ideas to revive economy
The country’s organised labour said that the government appeared to have run out of ideas on how to revive the economy.
We must accept SA economy in serious crisis - Black Business Council
The Black Business Council has likened government’s response to the economic and unemployment crisis to that of a deer in the headlights.
ANC NEC asks top officials to deal with Hanekom matter
Derek Hanekom admitted that he met with EFF leaders to discuss former President Jacob Zuma’s sacking from office after EFF leader Julius Malema outed him in public last week.
ANC admits factional fighting negatively affecting SA economy, society
While the ANC had been open about its concerns over the high unemployment rate in the country and slow economic growth, the party had rarely ever taken responsibility for the decline.
Magashule: Some members still undermining ANC's unity
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said the organisation must focus on building unity.
ANC Youth League disbanded, NW branch to be dissolved
The ANC Youth League has been on its knees for years with its members protesting in favour of its dissolution outside the NEC meeting over the weekend.
Magashule: ANC NEC did not discuss Zuma’s apartheid spies claims
Jacob Zuma accused former ministers Ngoako Ramatlhodi and Siphiwe Nyanda of being apartheid spies while testifying at the state capture inquiry.
More consultation required in Public Protector’s office, says outgoing deputy
In an interview, outgoing deputy Public Protector Kevin Malunga has detailed the weaknesses of the office, including a lack of consultation between officials.
Zuma to provide written statements on areas of interest in state capture probe
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said former President Jacob Zuma would provide written statements and return to the inquiry at a date yet to be determined.
Zuma to take no further part in state capture proceedings
Former President Jacob Zuma’s legal team on Friday said they no longer wanted to be a part of the state capture commission proceedings.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng joins Zuma supporters at state capture inquiry
Former President Jacob Zumba's supporters are streaming into the precinct where the state capture commission is being held in Parktown ahead of his appearance on Friday morning.
Zuma will only resume testimony if inquiry sticks to rules, lawyers say
The commission, chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, adjourned proceedings until Friday after the former president’s lawyers considered withdrawing.
Zuma expected to respond to Hogan's claims against him
Barbara Hogan told the inquiry that Zuma flouted procedure and interfered in the appointment of former Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama.