‘Workers fought too hard for freedom to accept R20/h minimum wage’: Zwelinzima Vavi says the struggle for better wages didn’t come cheap and workers will not settle for an insult of a minimum wage offered by government.
Mabuza faces MPs’ questions in National Assembly: Deputy President David Mabuza is set to face questions on investor confidence, state capture and job opportunities for the youth.
[WATCH LIVE] David Mabuza Q&A Parliament: Deputy President David Mabuza is answering oral questions in the National Assembly on, among others, the state of investor confidence in SA’s economy.
[LISTEN] Zille explains latest tweets on colonialism: WC Premier Helen Zille says colonialism may have been evil but there are aspects of the its legacy which can be positive although these do not outweigh the bad.
Officials on high alert amid protests in Grabouw: There are reports of tyres being burnt in the roadway as well as vehicles being stoned. The N2 highway between Botriver and Gordons Bay remains closed in both directions.
3 burnt bodies found in bushes at Wells Estate: The exact cause of the deaths and injuries have yet to be determined but it’s suspected to have been a vigilante attack.
Saftu protesters hand over memoranda of demands: Saftu affiliates have described the proposed minimum wage of R20 an hour as an insult and are instead demanding a R12,500 minimum salary for all workers in the country.
‘Threat of violence’ detected ahead of Nedbank Cup semi-final: Moses Mabhida Stadium manager Vusi Mazibuko says risks assessments were done ahead of last weekend’s match.
CT’s draft budget ‘unreasonable, unfair & unjust’: The Water Crisis Coalition will hand over a petition containing more than 3,500 signatures.
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