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RUSTENBURG, September 18 - Suspended Kagisano Molopo Mayor Bitsa Lenkopane is challenging her suspension in the North West High Court in Mahikeng. In court papers, Lenkopane and Morufa Moloto, the municipality's chief financial officer, named municipal manager Olaotse Bojosinyana as the first respondent and individual councillors of Kagisano Molopo as second respondents. Lenkopane, 42, is seeking the court to declare her...
JOHANNESBURG, September 14 - Members of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) is preparing to down tools at the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) next month. The Cosatu affiliated union said it allowing the government time to consider tabled demands and that workers' have run out of patience. ''Having served the notice to strike on the 16th...
BRITS, September 13 - Listeners of a community radio station in Brits hijacked the airwaves on Thursday after station management did not come out to accept a memorandum. Former co-founder and presenter Lolo Moloto took to the air at Madibeng FM studios in Elandsrand, Brits, and told listeners that a letter had been sent to the board of directors and station...
DURBAN, 13 September 2018 – South Africa needs a “capable army” that includes women in order to contribute to and benefit from the fourth industrial revolution, says deputy minister of telecommunications and postal services, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams. “One thing that we realise is that in order to derive an effective economic spin-off from the fourth industrial revolution, we have to build...
JOHANNESBURG, September 13 - The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa said on Thursday the Constitutional Court had ruled that workers fired by a company for singing a struggle song during a 2013 strike must be reinstated. "NUMSA wins again!! The Constitutional court has found that workers who sang the Struggle song “Umama uyajabula mangishayi ibhunu” are NOT guilty...
Sello Theletsane JOHANNESBURG- The Patriotic Alliance(PA) in the Nelson Mandela Bay has taken a decision to withdraw from the shared legal action brought by the Democratic Alliance, Congress of the People and the African Christian Democratic Party against the council meeting last month that saw the ousting of Athol Trollip and the formerly governing coalition, of which the PA was...
JOHANNESBURG, September 13 - The commission of inquiry into state capture granted former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma permission to cross-examine witnesses, while former business partners, the Gupta family's application was turned down on Thursday. Commission chairman, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo rejected the controversial family's option to participate via video link from a location in Dubai, as he would...
JOHANNESBURG, September 12 - The University of KwaZulu-Natal and the Umtapo Board will on Wednesday evening host the annual Steve Biko Memorial Lecture at the Senate Chamber, Westville Campus. Anti-apartheid activist Bantu Stephen Biko who was at the forefront of the grassroots Black Consciousness Movement from the late1960s to the 1970s was assassinated by state security agents on 12 September 1977....
JOHANNESBURG, September 11 - The state capture commission of inquiry, that was scheduled to resume on Wednesday, has been postponed until further notice. "Please note that there will be no sitting tomorrow . I will issue another statement tomorrow with regards to the programme moving forward as indicated," commission spokesman Mbuyiselo Stemela said in a statement on Tuesday. Former public enterprises...
JOHANNESBURG, September 11 - The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) in the Western Cape on Tuesday said it would write to the labour department to formally request to be part of the formal inquiry into the blast which took place at Rheinmetall Denel Munitions (RDM). Eight people were killed when an explosion occurred at the munitions depot,...

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