To round off the year, Elitsha brings you some of the stories we covered this year.
The Ekurhuleni branch of the Unpaid Benefits Campaign arranged the interview with the Mahlangu brothers and other informants in KwaThema.
These are some of the testimonies from Look Beyond the Bottom Line, published
by Open Secrets. It profiles some of the informants of their research into the South African pension fund industry, unpaid benefits, and the unlawful cancellation of hundreds
of pension funds.
Meet some of the informants of a report by Open Secrets, The Bottom Line, that investigates the cancellation of pension and provident funds by fund administrators and the financial sector authority.
Former SAB workers have vowed to continue with their struggle to get monies owed to them.
Ex-mineworkers in Cape Town are cautiously optimistic about getting monies owed to them by mining companies.
Former SAB workers and widows of those who have since passed on are searching for their provident fund benefits after their unfair dismissal in 2001.
As from today we will take a pause in production until the 22nd of January but we thought it would be a great idea to end the year by looking back to some of the big stories we have covered over the course of the year.
Elithsa meets speaks to women whose husbands died as a result of their work in the mines. Living in conditions of dire poverty, they support the campaign to unlock the benefits due to former mineworkers – and to their families.