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The ongoing, seemingly never-ending increase in the unemployment rate is discouraging but not even accurate, says trade union Solidarity wo claims Statistics South Africa (SSA) continues to excludes discouraged job seekers from their official unemployment measurements.
The Prince of Darkness (read: Eskom, or Eksdom) has struck again. This time not because of load shedding but because it has pissed away just short of R21 billion.
A nation-wide comprehensive and lawful tax protest campaign in South Africa will kick off next week.
The South African government’s plan for land reform disregards basic economic principles, is race based and should by kicked for touch.
Between 2011 and 2014, Aircastle Limited, a US-based company, made $53 million from leasing planes to South African Airways (SAA) and did not pay taxes in South Africa.
Official statistics released by the South African Police Service (SAPS) indicate that attacks on South African farmers are on the increase.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) will be requesting that the Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams urgently provide full details on the “financial support" that will be provided to the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
The second phase of its campaign to protect the savings and retirement funds of ordinary South Africans is being launched by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) this week.
Afrikaans Sunday rag Rapport is in for a tough time after reporting Springbok legend James Small was found naked in a brothel shortly before his death.
The deployment of the defence force in the Western Cape’s gang-stricken areas has been welcomed but civil rights organisation AfriForum warns that more permanent solutions for the ongoing crisis needs to be found.
The South African government wants to find a binding solution to the impasse around electronic tolling (e-tolls) on Gauteng freeways.
Governance in local Government has continued to decline to levels never experienced in the history of democratic South Africa.
The top brass at the Democratic Alliance (DA) want former Minister of Social Development, Bathabile Dlamini, to face the music on perjury changes - and they are not going to give up just because the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) are dragging their feet.
A recent spike in murders has seen Cape Town climb a global ranking of the world’s most violent cities.
With 480 skilled and experienced South African professionals who are keen and ready to help Eskom out of the shit, president Cyril Ramaphosa opted to appoint Italian engineers to try and get to grips with the state-owned electricity supplier’s problems.
It’s not load shedding that will see large parts of South Africa go dark. Now it’s violence and infrastructure as Eskom decides to stop putting in an effort in areas where people don’t pay.