Vavi lambasts massive salaries of CEOs, president: Thousands of workers took to the streets of Johannesburg in opposition to the proposed minimum wage of R20 rand an hour along with other proposed amendments to labour law.
City of CT slams govt decision to slash urban settlement grant: Addressing council earlier on Wednesday, officials say the cut will have a knock-on effect on projects the Transport and Urban Development Authority is currently implementing across the city.
Tiger Brands confirm presence of listeria strain at factory: Earlier this year, government, which has been criticised for taking too long to find the cause, linked the outbreak to “polony” made by Tiger’s Enterprise food in Polokwane.
Man dies in Klerksdorp violent protest: Its alleged the man was shot by police in Jouberton during violent anti-Supra Mahumapelo demonstrations.
NW Nehawu hopes go-slow will be resolved: Workers at the Mmabatho Medical Stores barred the receipt and delivery of medical supplies to all facilities across the province bringing the situation to crisis point.
DA caucus supports no confidence motion in Patricia de Lille: The Democratic Alliance caucus has voted in support of a no confidence motion in Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille on Wednesday.
Does zero-VAT rating of food items help those needing money most?: Judge Dennis Davis was addressing Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance, which Wednesday held hearings on the VAT rate hike from 14 to 15% that came into effect this month.
Water released from Berg River arrives at Misverstand Dam: The department released five cubic million meters of water on Wednesday. It says it will help alleviate pressure from the ongoing drought.
#RandReport: Rand, bonds hit hard as dollar rally continues: At 1530 GMT the rand was down 1.1% at R12.4675 per dollar, its weakest since 10 January, after hitting a low of R12.5325 as emerging-market currencies dropped.
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