Mon Jan 23 02:24:33 SAST 2017
Union stands by policemen charged over Marikana

The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (Popcru) says it will support officers facing charges in c.

Venda pensions must be paid now

Penniless and suffering, swindled apartheid-era Venda municipality employees are yet to get justice because the state fears processing their pension claims would trigger a flurry of demands among former homeland workers. [0] comments

Dealer pays back half the money

November 29, 2016.  McDonald   Twala  from Protea North is trying to recoup his money from Freeway Inspecta Car in Crown Mines, Johannesburg after he decided to cancel buying a car for his daughter. Pic: Thulani Mbele. © Sowetan A Soweto pensioner who has been battling to get his money back from a car dealer has now been refunded some of his money, though in piecemeal. [0] comments

Job seekers conned in scam

At least seven job seekers have lost R159 each after being scammed by a woman promising them work at a Port Elizabeth primary school. [0] comments

Trump trade strategy starts with quitting Asia pact -White House

The new U.S. administration of President Donald Trump said on Friday its trade strategy to protect American jobs would start with withdrawal from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact.

No money yet from Lily Mine

The family of one of the three workers who are trapped at Lily Mine Barbeton say they never received the money they were promised last year. [59] comments

East London businessman caught up in pub and pizza shenanigans

back view of walking business man with books. - Stock image

National Credit Regulator takes bank to court over set-off practice

Rand gains 20c on May’s Brexit speech as dollar weakens

IMF warns that SA’s growth will remain in the doldrums

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