The Public Service Commission announced that all civil servants will receive a top-up on their salaries but it does not match teachers’ salary demand.
International solidarity in a time of pandemic crises, courtesy of Numsa, sadly did not garner the media attention bestowed on the xenophobic Only One South Africa march in Pretoria.
The unhygienic situation is a sign of an uncaring government.
The inadequate and lack of services at Silvertown informal settlement near Malmesbury affects women the most.
Silvertown’s water supply quadrupled thanks to covid-19 with the installation of three taps.
Parents and SGBs of mud schools in Port St Johns say they have tried in vain to get government to build proper classrooms.
Labour Court fees are almost equivalent to the minimum wage which means that the majority of workers can’t afford to pay them.
Mining unions in Zimbabwe blame the employer and poor inspections by the mining ministry for the deaths last week of two miners.