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Cosatu mum on calls for Zuma not to speak at May Day rally

Cosatu declined to comment on Thursday evening about letters purportedly written by unions arguing that President Jacob Zuma should not be allowed to speak at the federation’s May Day rally.

Brown grants Eskom more time to consider Molefe’s pension payout

Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown has granted Eskom’s board more time to come up with a new pension payout proposal for the parastatal’s former group chief executive Brian Molefe.

Nelson Mandela Bay deputy mayor opens corruption case against senior municipal officials

Nelson Mandela Bay deputy mayor Mongameli Bobani opened a case of corruption against acting City Manager Johan Mettler and corporate services acting executive director Vuyo Zitumane at the Humewood Police station on Wednesday morning.

Reserve Bank can't do much about unemployment‚ says governor

South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago says one of the main contributing factors to the country’s high unemployment rate is that many people do not live close enough to where job opportunities are.
Mantashe criticizes the Hawks’ investigation of Pravin Gordhan

'I didn't apologise to Zuma over reshuffling' - Mantashe

ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has dismissed as a lie President Jacob Zuma's claim that he and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa apologised for stating that they were not consulted before last month's cabinet reshuffle.

If opting for lay-by‚ check that store’s policy is CPA compliant

Lay-by signs are popping up in the windows and at the pay points of many a chain store as struggling retailers embrace the interest-free payment model in a bid to entice consumers with maxed-out credit cards and tainted credit records.
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