Cosatu, a key ruling party ally, is pushing senior members of government to consider its proposals to rescue the state’s indebted power utility before next month’s budget.
South African banks are urging clients to use digital channels as the industry prepares for what could be its biggest strike since 1920.
South Africa’s largest labour federation is prepared to discuss reducing workers at the nation’s power utility if it’s given proof of overstaffing and that job cuts would save Eskom.
To reignite growth in a stagnating economy and lower one of the world’s highest unemployment rates, President Cyril Ramaphosa may need to take on the movement he helped create.
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Eskom spokesman Khulu Phasiwe on Tuesday confirmed that the power utility will expedite plans to close four power stations in order to accommodate renewable independent power producers. The stations are the 3GW Kriel, 1GW Komati, 2GW
South Africa’s ruling party is at risk of further splits amid a battle for senior positions in the ANC, deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte said. There is intense jostling to replace President Jacob Zuma
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa won the backing of South Africa’s biggest labour federation to succeed President Jacob Zuma as leader of the governing ANC. The decision by the Congress of South African Trade Unions
The SABC’s decision to stop broadcasting images of violent protests smacks of autocracy and is deeply patronising, trade union federation Cosatu said on Monday. The broadcaster was assuming South Africans were
Trade union federation Cosatu has slammed Telkom’s plans to cut 300 jobs and outsource another 254 staff. On Friday, Telkom confirmed that a section 189 process – which deals