Early attempts to resolve a wage dispute between the South African government and public-sector trade unions have failed and the dispute will now move to arbitration, according to the bargaining chamber where such wage disputes are heard.
The Motsepe Foundation Centre for Gender Equality and Leadership is hosting its 4th Annual Summit on Friday in commemoration of International Women’s Day.
Government’s decision to cut the wage bill of public servants by more R160 billion over the next three years has sparked an angry reaction from labour unions.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s budget for the 2020/21 fiscal year was delivered at the backdrop of a synchronised global economic slowdown.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africans should accept the reality of loadshedding.
African National Congress deputy president David Mabuza is on Tuesday expected to address the South African Communist Party’s fourth Special National Congress in Kempton Park.
A digital industrial policy, a revised mandate for the Reserve Bank and a blanket ban on privatisation of State Owned Enterprises , these are just some of the proposals that the South African Communist Party (SACP) will be putting on the table at its Special Congress.
Workers’ trade unions have warned that the spate of job losses and retrenchments is a ticking time bomb.
A report by the National Credit Regulator tabled in Parliament shows that 40% of credit active South Africans have bad debt.
David Makhura, Premier of Gauteng Province and the Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, have aired their differences over the electronic tolling of freeways in Gauteng on Twitter.