Trade union Solidarity has referred to the health regulations gazetted by Government as unlawful and irrational and is planning legal action.
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Its next major project is the construction of the Akademia campus where education will be offered through Afrikaans as the medium of instruction.
The Solidarity movement said the infection rate has dropped to such an extent that it would be irrational not to move SA to Level 1 lockdown.
Solidarity says the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has no say in the dates on which independent schools should open or close.
There’s nothing stopping AfriForum and Solidarity now…after a letter they sent to Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma supposedly went unanswered.
The two organizations say they are seeking to prevent the ‘potential abuse of government power’ as it relates to the buying and distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.
The South African Chamber of Commerce is bringing together some of SA’s favourite celebrities for a global Solidarity Walk.
Unions Solidarity and UASA are going back to the Labour Court to file contempt of court papers against Denel, who are yet to pay their staff.
SOE tells unions that, despite a ruling by the Labour Court, it cannot pay employees the money it owes them.
The EFF and leader Julius Malema have donated R6 million to the fund, which amassed over R2.7 billion to support COVID-19 relief.
The Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has welcomed the court’s decision and said the department had already started processing payments to beneficiaries
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have contributed R6 million towards the COVID-19 Solidarity Fund and has supplied evidence.
The lobby group has vowed to take up the matter to the highest court to ensure justice
The lobby group and union had argued that criteria for funding was unconstitutional and disadvantaged white-owned businesses.
The billionaire entrepreneur said that funds should reach areas most in need of support, including vulnerable groups and small business.
The contribution to the Solidarity Fund will be drawn from the salaries of DA public representatives.
South Africans have been urged to contribute to the Solidarity Fund, even minister salaries have been directed there. Here’s why.
President Cyril Ramaphosa, on Thursday, announced that ministers’ salaries would be cut for the next three months.
Trade union Solidarity said on Monday that government’s economic policy was responsible for the ‘retrenchment bloodbath’ in South Africa’s manufacturing sector.
Workers at the national carrier on Friday began a two-day strike, likely to cost the financially-strapped airline millions of rands as it was forced to cancel almost all its domestic, regional, and international flights
BLF are embroiled in yet another hate speech court bid, and this time, it involves the shocking statements made by the party’s spokesperson following the tragic deaths of Hoërskool Driehoek pupils.
Justice may not yet have been served against disgraced Eskom executive Brian Molefe, but this is a step forward: He’s in a bit of financial trouble, here.