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19 September 2018 6:00 PM No agreement at CCMA between Solidarity and Sasol

Solidarity and Sasol were unable to reach an agreement at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on Wednesday, the union said in a statement. According to Solidarity CEO Dr Dirk Hermann, the mediation was deferred to get more clarity on the final Mining Charter’s wording. Meanwhile, Solidarity’s strike continues. According 13

19 September 2018 3:08 AM SAHRC to conduct hospital inspection after Klebsiella pneumonia outbreak

The SA Human Rights Commission is expected to conduct a site inspection at Thelle Mogoerane Hospital in Vosloorus, Johannesburg on Wednesday. This, after six newborn babies died following a Klebsiella pneumonia outbreak at the hospital. "Further allegations indicate that overcrowding at the hospital's neonatal unit played a key role in the outbreak and spreading 19

18 September 2018 3:57 PM Lesufi on FF+ charges against him

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the Freedom Front Plus' (FF+) insinuation that he wants to abolish Afrikaans at schools is nothing more than "petty politics". "We have never insinuated that Afrikaans will be abolished. This is petty politics and [I] really don't take such [statements seriously]. We will never be deterred to make all our schools 21

18 September 2018 4:02 AM Mauritania's ruling party wins majority parliament

Mauritania's election commission says the west African nation's ruling party has won a majority of seats in a second round of legislative, municipal and regional elections. The election commission said on Monday that the Union for the Republic now has 93 of 157 seats on the National Assembly. It also won control of all of the regional councils and 169 of 219 municipalities 24

17 September 2018 1:19 PM Three-year wage deal reached at AngloGold Ashanti

AngloGold Ashanti [JSE:ANG] has concluded a wage agreement with three major unions, The Minerals Council said on Monday. The agreement is with the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), UASA (formerly the United Association of SA) and Solidarity, and covers wages and conditions of service for the period July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2021. The three-year 30

16 September 2018 5:02 AM PIC moves to discipline another executive

Bongani Mathebula, the suspended company secretary of the embattled Public Investment Corporation (PIC), was summoned to a disciplinary hearing this week for allegedly leaking information. Mathebula was one of six senior officials at the PIC personally investigated by the company’s CEO, Dan Matjila, last year, following claims that Matjila had caused 33

12 September 2018 12:21 PM EU wants 'new alliance' with Africa

European Commission head Jean Claude Juncker on Wednesday called for a "new alliance" with Africa that would create millions of jobs and include a free trade deal. His call came as European countries are struggling to find a united solution to slow the flow of African migrants crossing the Mediterranean, mainly to Spain and Italy, in search of a better 25

12 September 2018 8:16 AM ISIS claims deadly attack on Libya oil company: SITE

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a suicide attack a day earlier against the headquarters of Libya's National Oil Corporation which killed two employees, according to a US-based monitor. Three attackers died in the assault on the NOC's offices in the Libyan capital Tripoli, IS said in a statement published by the SITE Intelligence 29

11 September 2018 7:55 PM China move points to possible end of birth limits

China is eliminating a trio of agencies responsible for enforcing family planning policies in a further sign the government may be planning to scrap long-standing limits on the number of children its citizens can have. The move was part of a reorganisation of the National Health Commission announced on Monday that creates a new single department called 80

11 September 2018 5:37 PM Ramaphosa will appear before state capture commission 'with a great deal of pleasure'

President Cyril Ramaphosa said he would appear before the state capture commission of inquiry with "a great deal of pleasure" if he was called to do so. He was answering questions in the National Council of Provinces on Tuesday when DA MP Cathy Labuschagne said to him: "It is impossible that you didn't know about the extent of state capture, especially 32