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Aspen joins long list of firms cutting jobs

Drugmaker to shed up to 219 posts as it aims to reduce costs by R400m

No hope for Jacob Zuma’s appeal, says NPA

Prosecutor rubbishes former president’s claims that he has been prejudiced by the 15-year proceedings

Court dismisses Amcu move against layoffs

Constitutional Court rules out appeal against 2015 retrenchment ruling

Municipal boundaries will be set after the 2021 elections

Voters could end up in different municipalities from the ones they cast their ballots in

Festive season road deaths drop 10%, says Mbalula

Transport minister lauds Arrive Alive campaign, but says UN goal set a decade ago is not being met

Western Cape health department puts up a fight against budget cuts

Damage would take years to repair, says incoming head as officials ask provincial treasury for reprieve

Malusi Gigaba blocked white CEO for Eskom, inquiry told

Former chair Zola Tsotsi tells how appointment of Steve Lennon was approved and then mysteriously stopped

Maile dares DA to challenge him in court

The suspension of former DA Joburg speaker Vasco da Gama and Tshwane speaker Katlego Mathebe ‘smacks of political harassment’, says the DA

SA still not doing enough to tackle corruption, index finds

Transparency International rates SA 43 on its corruption perceptions index, between Argentina (48) and Serbia (39)

CSIR warns of significantly larger energy gap and proposes action plan

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research study recommends quickest and most effective ways to close the energy gap

Medical schemes regulator to explain ‘puzzling move’ on low-cost plans

Players in the sector say the Council for Medical Schemes has reneged on mutually agreed plans to help more people access health packages

Union CWU to take fight against Telkom retrenchments to the ANC’s door

The Communication Workers Union wants Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko and the board to resign over 'up to 6,000 retrenchments'

We were caught off guard, Flight Centre on SAA cancellations

Out-of-the-blue flight cancellations on Monday night hit the global travel firm’s corporate travellers hardest

My brother died from torture, says Neil Aggett’s sister

Jill Burger tells inquest the activist doctor was accidentally killed and did not commit suicide

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