By Anees Teladia This article has been divided into two parts. Part one introduces the topic and deals with the progress of South Africa’s public service institutions and corruption levels, how efficiently our public service institutions have been functioning and whether they have been developed appropriately, the question of why[…]
By Anees Teladia South Africans seem to be tired of hearing that the legacy of Apartheid is still partly to blame for a lack of efficient service delivery, economic growth and economic and social development. But is this apathetic attitude which disregards the effects of the “long past” Apartheid a[…]
Public service unions affiliated to the Congress of SA Trade Unions on Tuesday said they were continuing wage talks with government. Negotiations were earlier abandoned after the two sides failed to reach an agreement, the SA Democratic Teachers’ Unions (Sadtu) said in a statement on behalf of the other unions.[…]
Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa has been appointed as the acting minister of public service and administration, the Presidency said on Monday. This followed the death of Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane on Sunday. Chabane and his bodyguards Sergeant Lesiba Sekele and Sergeant Lawrence Lentsoane were[…]
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