Other National & Provincial News
Time to assess progress of African Unity: ANC25/5/2013 14:09
The 50th anniversary of the forming of the Organisation for African Unity (OAU) is a good opportunity to assess the progress made in living up to the founding principles of African unity, the ANC said on Saturday.
Fedusa, Motlanthe discuss mine strikes25/5/2013 12:13
Fedusa raised its concerns over the collective bargaining process in a meeting with Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, it said on Saturday.
93 held in Joburg south protest24/5/2013 21:36
More than 90 people were arrested for protest-related crimes in Evaton, Orange Farm and Sebokeng, south of Johannesburg, Gauteng police said
NUM can't be held responsible: Shabangu24/5/2013 20:15
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) cannot be blamed for the violence in the mining sector, Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said.
KZN MEC must apologise24/5/2013 14:37
Trade union Hospersa on Friday demanded an apology from KwaZulu-Natal health MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo for shutting down two radiotherapy machines at Durban's Addington Hospital.
Metro police dispute R2m claim24/5/2013 12:49
The Congress of SA Trade Unions was asked to make an upfront payment of R200,000 for the planned protest against e-tolls and not R2m, the Johannesburg metro police said on Friday.
Ministers to meet with mining companies24/5/2013 12:32
Ministers of finance Pravin Gordhan and mining Susan Shabangu will meet with leaders of mining companies on Friday, the Chamber of Mines said.
Minister confirms troop deployment24/5/2013 12:02
Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula confirmed on Friday that South Africa had deployed troops in countries neighbouring the Central African Republic.
E-toll protesters disperse24/5/2013 11:37
A group of protesters who had gathered outside Cosatu headquarters on Friday morning dispersed after the march against e-tolls was cancelled.