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Amcu Under Threat Of Being Deregistered As A Union

There are now questions over the fate of union Amcu after a notice was filled by the Labour Registrar this week, stating an intention to deregister the union, which has close to 250,000 members. Although Amcu can continue operating should the Labour Registrar decide to revoke its registration, it would do so with close to no powers. […]

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Ramaphosa Honors Local Citizens With National Orders Awards

A number of South African icons of the local arts and culture industry have been recognised for their decades-long contribution to their craft by President Cyril Ramaphosa who bestowed the 2019 National Orders Awards on a number of local citizens and eminent foreign nationals on Thursday. The national orders are the highest awards that South Africa bestows, through the […]

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Cyclone Kenneth Takes Aim At Mozambique

People in Mozambique should brace themselves as Cyclone Kenneth is about to make landfall. The storm will impact on the northern Cabo Delgado province of the country and it packs a punch, says the South African Weather Service which has been monitoring the cyclone. “It hasn’t made landfall yet; it’s almost there. From around 14:00 […]

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Alexandra Protest Leaders Accused Of Financially Benefiting From Renewal Project

Some leaders from the Alexandra shutdown movement are being accused of benefitting financially from the Alexandra Renewal Project. Those cited in the City of Johannesburg’s investigation into the multi-million-rand project include protest convenor Sandile Mavundla and African National Congress (ANC) councillor Tefo Raphadu. Mavundla was at the forefront of the recent protests in the township. The demonstrations have […]

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