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'They are effectively a celebrity couple, where public pretence and private subterfuge meet in a long list of conflicting sentiments'
The only questions remaining are: who will replace them and when will they be axed?
Kathrada’s funeral is the second at which Zuma has been snubbed
Unsecured lending market helps bank grow customers and loans
The minister says unemployment rates will remain high amid lower local and global growth
Pieter Faber from South African Institute of Chartered Accountants unpacks the uncertainties around the increase in the dividend withholding tax rate from 15% to 20%
London swiftly rejects proposal for negotiations as British Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger formal Brexit talks
Encounter was a game of two halves
The Spear artist says his works bring the personal into the political, writes Alexander Matthews
The South African Federation of Trade Unions to start recruiting members after registering with Department of Labour
The union files a complaint with the public protector to probe the RAF, technically insolvent since 1981
General secretary Irvin Jim says the union cannot ‘sit back and allow the power utility and the government to destroy the livelihoods of thousands of workers ’
The union is working closely with the South African Poultry Association to address the job-loss crisis in the sector caused by cheap chicken import
The union says at least 6‚000 jobs are on the line if Eskom goes ahead with its plan to shut down five power stations
Union federation backs minimum wage agreement, but lambasts Bathabile Dlamini over the looming social grants crisis
On Tuesday evening‚ Jozi@Work members overturned garbage bins‚ burnt tyres and threatened Pikitup staff in Johannesburg’s inner city
Agreement between the Chamber of Mines and trade unions in the sector is also binding on Amcu, although it had majority representation at only certain mines
Nehawu and the Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA will march to the offices of the Department of Health and the South African Nursing Council in Tshwane
Agricultural sector workers will be paid 90% of the minimum wage, that is R18 an hour, from next May but AgriSA is slightly increasing wages from March 2017
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