Mkhwebane threatens legal action against SACP’s Mapaila after rogue unit remarks
On Wednesday, Mapaila told delegates at National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union policy conference that Mkhwebane should not allow herself to be used as a hired gun of African National Congress factions.
Mantashe: If Mkhwebane behaves delinquently, action must be taken against her
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has been accused of driving the agenda of those within the ANC and its broader movement seeking to destabilise President Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidency and administration through her choice of investigations.
Mantashe calls on trade unions to work with govt to improve SA
The minister explained that if Nehawu and other unions do not play their role of being progressive leaders in the state, then the country is in trouble.
Cosatu’s Losi urges GEPF board to scrutinise PIC investments
Cosatu president Zingiswa Losi said workers must be vigilant in how the fund manager, which invests funds on behalf of the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), spends the money.
Legitimacy of Public Protector’s office under threat, says SACP
The party’s first deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila said Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s record of overturned findings had led to the SACP’s loss of faith in her.
SACP's Mapaila: Public Protector's office being used by rogue intelligence unit
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has come under increased pressure with some of her reports being overturned by the courts.
The ANC must not to get distracted by factionalism - Nehawu president
Speaking at the union’s policy conference on in Boksburg on Tuesday afternoon, Mzwandile Makwayiba said the ANC should stick to its 2017 conference resolution on the expansion of the central bank.
Nehawu convenes its policy conference
Nehawu said its policy conference would adopt a strategy on how the organisation would relate with the sixth administration in government led by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Employment growing at steady pace in SA since 2015 – Stats SA
Stats SA said there was a 9.2% increase in jobs between June 2015 and March 2019.
Group Five chair Nonyameko Mandindi, 3 non-executive directors resign
The company which has been one of the country’s construction industry beacons filed for bankruptcy protection after its lenders pulled funding, putting over 8,000 jobs on the line.
22,000 more jobs recorded in first quarter of 2019 – Stats SA
The last Labour Force Survey produced by Stats SA rated the country’s unemployment rate at 27.1% following a 0.4% decrease in the fourth quarter of 2018.
CWU to meet with MultiChoice with proposals to save jobs
The union, which represents workers at the pay-TV operator, has instead proposed that the employees be upskilled to avoid the jobs cuts.
Why MultiChoice will be cutting jobs
MultiChoice says it can no longer avoid restructuring its business as it needs to adapt to changing trends in the market.
Govt’s goal to eradicate hunger in 10 years is possible, says analyst
In his State of the Nation Address on Thursday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa expressed ambition to have no hungry South African in the country in the next decade.
Over 2,000 jobs at risk as MultiChoice restructures business model
The process was expected to last over the next two months.
Ramaphosa's job creation promise is not enough, says Cosatu
With over 10 million people unemployed and over three million working but still poor, Cosatu said the president’s proposal to create 155,000 jobs in the next five years was simply not enough.
How will economy be stabilised? Business Unity SA asks Ramaphosa
The organisation had bemoaned the lack of a comprehensive plan and strategy for dysfunctional and over-indebted state-owned-enterprises.
Zuma yet to indicate his availability to appear at Zondo commission
On Thursday, the commission said Jacob Zuma had asked for the list of questions before confirming his appearance.