Sub-contractors to march over BIBC issues

Members of the building sub-contracting fraternity in the Western Cape say they have no choice but to take their grievances to the streets, in the face of growing anger against the Building Industry Bargaining Council (BIBC).  During a programme on VOC two weeks ago, sub-contractors aired their frustrations with the[…]

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Sub-contractors urge BIBC to stop hefty levies

By Tasneem Adams Building sub-contractors in Cape Town are feeling the pressure from the Building Industry Bargaining Council (BIBC) and its current compliance policies, with some accusing the council of an abuse of power. Many sub-contractors are battling to stay afloat as they have been forced to fork out millions[…]

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Customers urged to report unhygienic spaza shops

Owners of spaza shops have been urged to put their customers first and abide by the laws governing them, especially around hygiene and the quality of produce changing hands. City of Cape Town health authorities have received reports of unhygienic conditions and concerns have been raised about the sale of[…]

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Open Mosque issued with a compliance notice

The City of Cape Town has apparently issued the Open Mosque with a compliance notice after it had failed to meet certain regulations.  Al Jama-ah party whip, councillor Wasfie Hassiem, visited the mosque and found workers picking up the carpets late on Friday afternoon. According to Al Jama-ah party leader[…]

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