Johannesburg – The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa on Tuesday said it would also be embarking on an indefinite nationwide bus strike from April 18, 2018 “As Numsa we are dismayed by the intransigent and narrow minded attitude adopted by employers represented by their South African Bus Employers Association and Commuter Bus Employers Association during the negotiations where they consistently frustrated wage talks. “As a result, the union is left with no option but to call on all its members in the bus sector to down tools.
Local job readiness initiative, The Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative announced that it will be contributing R250 million to support skills development and job creation in South Africa. CiTi, which was launched in 1999 aims to equip unemployed South Africans with digital skills in Johannesburg, Durban and Port Elizabeth as well as at the organisations hub in Cape Town.
This year, Comedy Central named some foreign correspondents to contribute to overseas versions of the show. And one of them is Loyiso Madinga, a 31-year-old stand-up comedian.
KPMG LLP's South African unit is flying in trouble shooters from around the globe and hurriedly meeting clients to stem any further loss of business after becoming embroiled in three evolving scandals. Over the past eight months, the auditor issued a public apology for work done for the politically connected Gupta family, withdrew the findings of a report about the country's tax authority, and interrogated staff who signed off on VBS Mutual Bank's accounts before it failed.
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