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Parties urged to respect dispute resolution on social grants

Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, has appealed to all the parties, who signed a dispute resolution protocol on the payment of social grants, to respect and use the agreement. This follows the article published on Sunday, 28 January, which makes reference to a supposed …

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Government is committed to the automotive industry

  Government remains committed to the production of vehicles locally through the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) says Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Bulelani Mangwanishe. “As the government, our commitment to local vehicle production is supported in our Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) with a prime focus on adding value …

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Terms of Reference for State Capture Inquiry released

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development has published the Terms of Reference for the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in the Government Gazette. The terms of reference act as a guideline for the Commission in their investigations. They were signed into effect by President Jacob Zuma on …

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Discount, Retail, farm and forestry Sectors minimum wage hike in February

The Department of Labour has announced the minimum wage increase in different sectors with effect from March this year. Departmental Spokesperson Teboho Thejane said the minimum  wage in the Wholesale and Retail part will increase by 5,1 and 6,6 percent, while workers in the farming and forestry industries will get 5,6 percent …

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Fisherman drowns in Mogol River

The police in Lephalale are investigating yet another instance of an inquest docket. Police investigation came after lifesavers on Sunday dived into  Mogol River, a couple of kilometres outside Lephalale  town to retrieve the body of a man. “It is alleged that the 64-year-old man was fishing in the river …

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Maynier lambasted, Steinhoff probe looms

The Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Finance, Yunus Carrim has on Thursday lambasted Democratic Alliance [DA] parliamentarian, claiming he is playing petty political posturing about issues of national importance following Steinhoff outrage. Carrim said it’s not proper that the hearings are being held at the request of DA’s David …

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