Teacher unions in the Northern Cape have welcomed the decision by the provincial education department to delay the reopening of schools for Grade 7 and 12 learners to the eighth of June.
African academics from different regions have met virtually to deliberate on COVID-19 and the continent’s future developments.
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.
Its time Africa stamps its authority on the use of the continent’s heritage of indigenous medicinal prowess to help solve complexities in medical science.
South Africans that SABC News spoke to, believe Madagascar’s claim that they discovered a cure for COVID-19 should not be belittled and that African remedies should be given a chance.
African Investors agree that fast-tracking the African Union’s 5% infrastructure agenda is critical in the fight against COVID-19.
A majority of unions at SAA have decided to take a pay cut to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic which has seen all flights grounded.
The Traditional Healers’ Organisation (THO) has called on government and African leaders across the African Union to unite and forge an African health organisation akin to the World Health Organisation (WHO), but one that embraces traditional African medicine.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says the cooperation of unions at South African Airways (SAA) would play a crucial role in the formation of a new airline, which is still work in progress.