Victory for NUMSA members at BRT bus service

Tebogo Msimanga | The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) has signed an agreement with Xtremetec, and Tshwane Affected Investment Operation (TAIO) for workers to receive Transport allowance and other benefits. These agencies offer services to the City of Tshwane’s Areyeng BRT Bus service. Workers at Xtremetec went on strike on 11 May […]

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FNB:Middle-income consumers spend up to 80% of their monthly salary in 5 days

Just News | FNB estimates that it takes an average of 5 days for a middle-income consumer to spend up to 80% of their monthly salary. This suggests that the average middle-income consumer, earning between R180 000 – R500 000 per annum, survives on 20% of their monthly salary for more than 20 days in […]

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NUM shocked by Kganyago’s decision to place UBANK under curatorship

Tebogo Msimanga | The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM)says it is highly shocked and surprised by the Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago’s decision to place Ubank under curatorship. NUM Secretary-General William Mabapa said this happened despite the Ubank’s board commitment that it will raise the required R800 million to save the bank from being placed […]

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SAMWU secures reinstatement of 52 unfairly dismissed workers

Tebogo Msimanga | The South African Municipal Workers’ Union (SAMWU) in Ekurhuleni says it is delighted at the outcome of the South African Local Government Bargaining Council (SALGBC) which reinstated 52 workers who were unfairly dismissed by the City of Ekurhuleni over two years ago. SAMWU Ekurhuleni Regional Secretary Kraai Bhekizizwe said the 52 workers […]

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Emergency services personnel to strike

Tebogo Msimanga | All Emergency services personnel including the reservists and those in the saps, unemployed Emergency services personnel and employed personnel are marching to the union building on the 6th of may on Friday. They need permanent employment of all the reservists with more than three months. Nthai Monnye of Emergency services Strategist under […]

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National Lottery operator ITHUBA offers a helping hand in KwaZulu-Natal

Just News | The country’s national lottery operator, ITHUBA has joined the growing response from corporate companies who are digging in deep to offer an immediate and much-needed hand to flood victims in KwaZulu-Natal. On Friday, the 29th of April, ITHUBA and its CEO will visit the community of Molweni, 21 km from Pinetown, to […]

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