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18 October 2018 3:39 PM MyCiTi strikers, City of Cape Town at impasse over EFF's inclusion in talks

The impasse over the unprotected strike by MyCiTi workers continued on Thursday, as the City of Cape Town said it would only meet with union representatives, while the strikers pressed for the EFF to be included in the talks. The "wildcat" strike by MyCiTi employees entered its fourth day on Thursday, with multiple routes disrupted in Cape Town. About 34

15 October 2018 8:23 AM Bulls could name 2 replacements for John Mitchell

Cape Town - The Bulls are reportedly considering the appointment of both a director of rugby and a head coach. This was revealed by Netwerk24 on Sunday, with the Pretoria franchise looking to replace John Mitchell, who has departed for England where he will fulfil the role of defence coach. Mitchell performed both the head coaching and director of rugby 33

15 October 2018 6:31 AM Springbok player contracts to be scrapped?

Cape Town - SA Rugby is reportedly planning to scrap Springbok contracts, with players to earn bigger Test match fees instead. Netwerk24 reported on Sunday that the idea was proposed by Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus, who is also SA Rugby’s director of rugby. If the proposal is accepted, there would no longer be joint contracts for certain players, which 31

12 October 2018 7:18 AM Gold comes alive in biggest jump since '16 after equities roiled

On Thursday, prices posted the biggest gain since June 2016, when the UK voted to exit the European Union, after a slump in global equity markets stoked demand for the metal as a store of value. Bullion received another shot in the arm after data showing weaker-than-expected US inflation raised speculation that the Federal Reserve may slow the pace of interest 29

09 October 2018 12:15 PM Stonehouse: There has been no contact from Bulls

Cape Town - Pumas coach Jimmy Stonehouse has been linked with the vacant Bulls job, but he says there has been no contact with the union as yet. The Bulls are looking for a new coach ahead of the 2019 Super Rugby season following the departure of John Mitchell last month. Mitchell left Loftus after just one season in charge to take up a position as assistant 24

09 October 2018 8:19 AM Baxter names Bafana replacements for injured duo

Cape Town - Bafana Bafana head coach Stuart Baxter has called up two new players as late replacements for the inured duo of Thapelo Morena and Vincent Pule. Cape Town City defender Thamsanqa Mkhize has been called up as cover for the injured Morena while Orlando Pirates attacker Thembinkosi Lorch replaces Vincent Pule. Morena pulled up with an injury 33

05 October 2018 8:10 PM Workers threaten shut down of KZN public health services

Members of the Health and Other Services Personnel Trade Union of South Africa (Hospersa) have threatened a total shutdown of public health services if their demands are not met by the KwaZulu-Natal department of health within 14 days, reports GroundUp. KwaZulu-Natal community care givers (CCGs), data captures and nurses marched to the office of the premier 29

04 October 2018 12:59 PM Caster joins as Discovery Vitality Ambassador

Johannesburg - Discovery on Thursday announced that world, Olympic and Commonwealth Games 800m champion Caster Semenya has become a Discovery Vitality Ambassador. “Caster Semenya’s popularity, both on and off the track, has won her a place in the hearts of people the world over,” said Firoze Bhorat, Chief Marketing Officer at Discovery. “She has a deep love for her country 52

04 October 2018 10:38 AM Zim land beneficiaries to compensate white farmers, says govt

Beneficiaries of Zimbabwe’s controversial land reform programme will have to pay compensation to the displaced white farmers, a senior government official told parliament on Wednesday. Zimbabwe’s second president after long-time president Robert Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa promised to compensate white farmers who lost their land during his predecessors 25

03 October 2018 9:25 AM Why African governments must stop seeing aviation as an elite sector

As the economy across much of Africa improves, governments on the continent must alter their historical view of aviation as a specialised or elite sector and begin to see it as a strategic asset, according to a new report by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG). The report, entitled Aviation: Benefit beyond Borders, was commissioned by the International 26