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Trade union federation Cosatu has named the Gupta-owned broadcaster ANN7 as the worst employer in the country. The news television channel was nominated by the Communication Workers Union (CWU), which represents employees at ANN7. Cosatu

Uber is coming under increased pressure as trade union federation Cosatu is now taking aim at the Internet ride-sharing service. Opposition to Uber has become evident among rival metered

Opposition to Eskom’s bid to increase electricity prices mounted during the two days of public hearings in Johannesburg this week. The state utility was taking part in public hearings called by energy regulator Nersa, which will determine by the

Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene should stop giving further financial lifelines to Eskom and restructure the embattled electricity provider, the Democratic Alliance said on Tuesday. “Bold

With just four months to go until the deadline to switch off analogue television broadcasts, the digital migration programme may be about to be thrown into disarray once again. This is after a report on Wednesday that says that communications

Normally futurologists, especially those who deal with the impact of climate change, paint a picture so dystopian that even Hollywood runs screaming for the hills. But at last week’s four-day climate change conference, hosted by the department of environmental affairs in Midrand, it was different

Protesters burnt their unpaid e-toll bills on top of an empty coffin while singing the national anthem outside roads agency Sanral’s offices in Pretoria at the weekend. “Today we bury a stillborn that was born in December last year

Very few people in the ANC support the tolling of Gauteng’s highways, trade union federation Cosatu’s provincial arm said on Thursday. “This thing it has never been placed in any gathering of the ANC,” provincial secretary Dumisani

Mail is piling up at the Witspos post office south of Johannesburg. The mail floor, a giant warehouse the size of about three rugby fields, is almost deserted. Piles of parcels and boxes and sacks of letters are stacked on the floor. A few postal employees sort through the mail in

Trade union federation Cosatu on Wednesday vowed to fight “to the bitter end” any attempts to privatise Eskom. “Cosatu is not surprised by media reports that there are moves within government to privatise Eskom,” spokesman Patrick Craven said in a statement. “This is a continuation of an agenda