Job Summit initiative aims to create 50k rail sector jobs in next 3 years: The organisation is currently hosting an Africa Rail Conference at the Sandton Conversion Centre, converging over 28 countries across Africa.
‘Executives must be held accountable for mineworkers’ deaths’: Four miners have died at Sibanye-Stillwater’s Kloof Ikamva mine, making the company the biggest contributor to mining deaths this year.
WC police-to-population ratio worsens: Mireille Wenger says over the past two years the Western Cape ratio has deteriorated from one police officer to every 385 people, to one police officer to every 509 people.
Sibanye-Stillwater ‘still unable’ to locate 5th miner: Spokesperson for Sibanye-Stillwater mine Thabisile Phumo says efforts to get to the miner, which have now entered their second night, are still underway.
NUM, Numsa reject Eskom’s 0% wage increase offer: The unions are demanding a 15% wage increase across the board and R2,000 housing allowance increase, among other demands.
Academic activities suspended at SMU following student protest: A student protest broke out there more than a week ago over allegations of corruption related to the infrastructure development programme.
Man seriously injured following gyrocopter crash: ER24 says its paramedics arrived on the scene after 14h00 on Tuesday afternoon to find the wrecked aircraft lying on its side in the middle of a field.
Nersa receives Eskom’s motion to take tariffs on judicial review: The regulator says it’s studying that motion and will decide its next step within the time allowed by the High Court.
‘Some Revolutionary Council members asked to give info on alleged plot to kill’: The group’s Lucky Kgabi says they are not prepared to divulge more details for now.
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