South Africans are in for a dire next few days with THREE major doses of what can only be described as more crippling bad news.
As the strike season begins, there are important tips to follow so that you can stay safe during traffic disruptions due to protests.
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No charges or disciplinary action is to follow for Unisa employees who took part in a two-week long wage strike.
Workers want to be employed directly by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality.
The courts have delayed their decision on the proposed bank strike, after Busa filed an urgent application to stop the protest action in its tracks.
With less than 48 hours to go until a proposed bank strike hits South Africa, the big hitters have explained how they plan to handle the chaos.
Barring a late legal intervention, the proposed bank strike on Friday could bring South Africa to its knees – and that may also extend to our petrol stations.
The municipal workers’ strike in eThekwini has created dire living conditions in Durban, and according to Nicole Graham, the city needs presidential relief.
“We remain concerned about the risk to our operations as a result of Wednesday’s planned national strike action by COSATU” – Eskom
Commuters across South Africa will have to make alternative arrangements for transport on Monday after negotiations returned no joy and the nationwide bus strike will continue into the week.
Expect commuter chaos throughout the day.
Residents of Alexandra and other Johannesburg areas affected by the Pikitup strike are helping contractors clear mounting piles of waste from the streets
South Africans tend to believe we are the only country with problems and that anything that goes wrong is directly self-inflicted. But the rand isn’t being punished because of our politics or strikes. South Africa is experiencing the same challenges as other emerging economies at the tail end of a global recession, says Jeremy Gardiner, a director at Investec Asset Management.
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