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Zimbabweans booed all South Africans: Ramaphosa

JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa says the booing in Zimbabwe was not directed at him but at all South Africans. People jeered when he spoke at the memorial service for former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, in Harare at the weekend. Zimbabweans showed their anger at recent attacks on foreigners in Gauteng. WATCH: Ramaphosa jeered, cheered[…]

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More factory workers being placed on short time

Factory workers in the Western Cape clothing factories face more short-time working in coming months after companies have started using the short-time strategy to reduce the working hours of these factory workers. Many workers this winter have been place on short-time meaning that they will be working a shorter amount[…]

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Spring Queen Pageant at GHC under threat

The decision by the City of Cape Town to lease the Good Hope Centre to a film company has jeopardised the 40 year old Spring Queen Pageant, which has for decades been hosted at the iconic venue. That was according to the Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU)[…]

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Clothing wage deal signed

A wage agreement in the clothing industry was signed in Cape Town on Monday, the SA Clothing and Textile Workers Union (Sactwu) said. “The new wage agreement was adopted by and signed at a Special Council meeting of the clothing industry bargaining council, earlier today [Monday],” general secretary Andre Kriel[…]

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