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Ekurhuleni waste workers ‘labouring under risky, hazardous conditions’
‘We work overtime, without ablution facilities to wash and change. We work without dust masks and other protective clothing. There is no medical aid, funeral cover, increase in salaries.’
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SANDF on back foot despite high Global Firepower ranking – experts
On paper, the SANDF had an ‘exceptionally’ good combined armed force, but its actual operational strength was growing steadily worse, an expert said.
Police Minister Bheki Cele handed over a Ministry Award to Western Cape detectives head Brigadier Vela Jerome Cele at the 7th SA Police Service National Excellence Awards.
It was meant to be completed on 31 October 2019, but was later extended to 31 January 2020.
Numsa says this is not the first time that Autpopax has failed to pay salaries. Last year in October and November it was delayed.
‘You don’t need to be strong or young, all women can defend themselves,’ organisers say.

Historic debt for students who don’t qualify for NSFAS can’t be erased – Nzimande

He emphasised the importance of SRCs and universities raising funds,

Body of Grade 9 Germiston girl found stabbed and burned in bushes

Jansen was in Grade 9 at Graceland Education Centre.

R5m in counterfeit goods seized in Durban Central

These resulted in the confiscation of clothing.

Another passenger train burns in Cape Town

Firefighters and rescue services were on scene.

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Ipid investigators threaten strike over unpaid R100m

Ipid investigators threaten strike over unpaid R100m

‘The only language that government entities understand is a strike and that is exactly what we are going to do,’ a senior investigator said.

Shock at horrendous parrot deaths in Randburg house

The SPCA removed 20 distressed birds from the premises and found at least 150 dead birds.

Cosatu condemns bosses allegedly forcing workers to report for duty in volatile QwaQwa

‘These employers are insensitive to the socio-economic conditions of the workers. They are also ignoring what is happening in the community.’

Mbalula sheds light on approach to get ‘broken’ Prasa on track

The transport minister has stressed that the rail agency will make use of a digital approach.

Failed undersea cables leave SA with slow internet, no Twitter

A ship is reportedly being loaded and will be dispatched to deal with both breaks over the weekend.




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