Denel workers want their bonuses: Relations between state arms manufacturer Denel and its employees have been strained after the company failed to pay bonuses at the end of November. According to trade union UASA’s Sector Manager Willie van Eeden, Denel is in such a poor financial state, employees are scared they might not get their December salaries. Denel workers give
Many badly hurt’ as huge fire engulfs Abidjan paint factory: A huge fire ripped through a paint factory in the Ivorian capital on Wednesday, causing multiple explosions, and witnesses said several people were badly burnt. There was no immediate word on the tally of people caught in the blaze, which sent a thick column of smoke high above Abidjan’s industrial zone, an AFP correspondent said.
International bursary scheme won’t backfire, says premier: Free State Premier Ace Magashule believes the province’s international bursary scheme won’t backfire but will instead help stimulate its economy by equipping its youth with advanced skills/ Speaking during the inaugural TNA Conversation hosted in Mangaung this morning, Magashule responded to a question on whether the province risked triggering a brain drain by sending pupils
SuperSport awarded PSL rights for another five years: The Premier Soccer League announced on Wednesday that SuperSport TV has been awarded the broadcasting rights for PSL in a new five-year deal. The new deal will now see PSL matches continue to be broadcast on DStv for the next 5 years. “PSL is delighted to continue its special relationship which has existed over a
CT residents may have to pay drought charge: The city of Cape Town says residents may have to pay a monthly drought charge from February 2018. These charges would be temporary as city officials aim to raise R1 billion annually while the dams in the Western Cape recover. Cape Town Executive Mayor Patricia De Lille says the drought charge is a necessary consideration
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