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More Eskom managers in firing line over R1.6bn deal

An investigation into irregularities costing Eskom billions of rand and triggering the suspension of chief financial officer Anoj Singh in July could lead to the suspension of five more senior managers...

By Stephan Hofstatter and Sikonathi Mantshantsha 3 days ago

The importance of strategic policies when dealing with racism

Strata-G Labour Solutions advises companies, including schools, to make sure they adopt appropriate strategies and implement relevant policies in order to identify and eliminate racism in the workplace...

16 Aug 2017

End in sight for silicosis case?

Anglo American and Gold Fields may settle with miners and their families...

By Pete Lewis/GroundUp 15 Aug 2017

Economic downturn sparks more restraint cases

During these tough economic times, employers cannot afford to have their star employees approached by fellow competitors...

By Nicholas Preston and Prinoleen Naidoo 14 Aug 2017

Struggling Singapore Airlines offers crew unpaid leave

SINGAPORE, Singapore: Singapore Airlines is offering cabin crew unpaid leave in a cost-cutting measure as it struggles to keep up in an increasingly tough market...

7 Aug 2017

Broke SAA may not be able to pay its workers

South African Airways (SAA) has run out of cash and is effectively bankrupt. It is feared it may not be able to pay salaries...

By Linda Ensor and Sunita Menon 4 Aug 2017

Former Prasa CFO must pay back just over R8.2m

Former Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) chief financial officer (CFO), Fenton Gastin, must pay back just over R8.2-million he received in terms of invalidated contracts signed by Lucky Montana...

By Kyle Cowan 2 Aug 2017

Teacher fired for racism

An educator found guilty of three serious charges including racism has been fired from his position at St John's College in Johannesburg...

28 Jul 2017

Anglo sets aside $101m for silicosis claims

Anglo American has set aside $101m to cover potential damages for former South African staff who contracted the fatal lung disease silicosis at work...

28 Jul 2017

SANParks employees take to the streets

SANParks management confirmed that a number of employees, who are members of the Health and Other Service Personnel Trade Union of South Africa, have abandoned their work stations in different divisions in the Parks...

27 Jul 2017

NHLS proposes revised salary offer

The National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) says its board has proposed a revised salary offer to unions...

26 Jul 2017

Aguma not completely off the hook

Although the SABC has accepted former acting CEO James Aguma's resignation, he can still face a forensic investigation...

By Neo Goba 20 Jul 2017

Suspended SABC executive hit with additional charges at disciplinary hearing

Suspended SABC chief financial officer James Aguma's legal representative has argued that additional charges brought against his client at his disciplinary hearing are pure victimisation...

By Neo Goba 19 Jul 2017

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International

Business mistakes too many law firms make

Being a really good attorney does not mean that you are a highly talented businessman or entrepreneur. This is something that is really important to understand since there is a pretty large number of law firms that end up bankrupt because of business related reasons, not because of problems caused by hired attorneys. With this in mind, here are some of the really common business mistakes that often appear with law firms and that can be disastrous in the long run.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 16 Aug 2017

British American Tobacco facing Africa fraud probe

LONDON, UK - British American Tobacco is being investigated for possible fraud regarding company activities in Africa, it announced on Tuesday.

3 Aug 2017

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