A report by the National Credit Regulator tabled in Parliament shows that 40% of credit active South Africans have bad debt.
UNISA’s professor, Lesiba Teffo, has challenged African language speakers to develop their languages to an academic level to fully encompass all forms of teaching, rather than attack trade union Solidarity for building a campus for Afrikaans speaking students.
South African businesses MTN and Shoprite closed stores in Nigeria on Wednesday (September 4) after their facilities came under attack.
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa says Africans must be united and fight the scourge of xenophobia.
The Zambian government has issued a travel advisory – warning its truck drivers to avoid travelling on South Africa’s major routes on Sunday and Monday.
Delegates from the African Telecommunications Union have urged African countries to invest in new technologies in order to bridge the digital divide and prepare for the 4th industrial revolution.
The Mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba and municipal unions, SAMWU and IMATU have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at minimising strikes during labour disputes.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) has expressed disappointment at unions not being further united in their fight for workers’ rights – post the Marikana tragedy.
Central African Republic may be getting safer, according to new figures from the United Nations (UN) that show a sharp drop in the number of attacks and human rights abuses since 2018.
Residents of Uniondale in the Southern Cape have accused their local South African Police Service (SAPS ) of selective policing.