The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) on Friday rejected Eskom’s decision to engage in an arbitration process on the current wage dispute with workers unions, saying that such a decision was made without consulting them
Eskom on Friday obtained a court interdict prohibiting the intimidation of workers and contractors who are not part of an ongoing wage strike, as well as the highjacking of coal trucks and the sabotaging of electricity infrastructure
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday announced his appointment of the country’s former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke to lead the mediation team of the Southern African Development Community peace facilitation process in Lesotho
Load shedding couldn’t have come at a worse time for football fans. Especially after that thrilling World Cup opener that saw Russia score an impressive five goals against Saudi Arabia. Things are only just starting to heat up.
Power utility Eskom said on Friday it would implement scheduled power interruptions, or load shedding for a second day to relieve pressure on the grid as it grapples with sabotage linked to a wage strike
The Gauteng government wants to “immediately” expropriate idle land without compensation
President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed a panel, headed by former Mbeki-era Police Minister Sydney Mufamadi, to consider the mandate and running of the State Security Agency, his office said on Friday
South African Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Dr Siyabonga Cwele has been elected as the Chairperson of the International Telecommunications Satellite Organisation (ITSO)
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has committed to asking Eskom to resume stalled wage negotiations with labour unions, his office said on Thursday
The hosts defied expectations to thump Saudi Arabia in a mesmerising opening-game display
The cost of the overall damage caused during protest action at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital last month was almost R3 million
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa officially opened a R14,7 million library in Tshing in Ventersdorp in the North West on Thursday.
The police are addressing money laundering as part and parcel of an unconventional policing approach, as it has come to light that the cash-in-transit heists monies are involved in laundering, Police Commissioner General Khehla John Sitole told MPs
Testimonials and presentations from students across the country have revealed that large segments of the student population are struggling because they have no food