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Lessons of World Cup extend beyond sport — Zille

By: Sapa     21st June 2010 The lessons of the 2010 FIFA World Cup can be used to improve the justice system and service delivery, Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille... 

SACP calls on members to rebuild ANC

By: Sapa     21st June 2010 The Western Cape branch of the South African Communist Party (SACP) called upon it's members to become actively involved in rebuilding the African... 

Eskom, unions to meet Monday in wage dispute

By: Sapa     21st June 2010 Electricity utility Eskom and its trade unions were expected to meet on Monday to discuss a wage dispute that could see workers go on strike. 

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Deadlock not yet reached in Eskom talks — CCMA

By: Sapa     18th June 2010 Deadlock has not yet been reached in the wage negotiations between electricity parastatal Eskom and the labour unions, the Commission for... 

China emerging as key African trade partner, report shows

By: Terence Creamer     18th June 2010 Africa's total merchandise trade with non-African developing countries surged from $34-billion in 1995 to a material $283-billion in 2008, making... 

Protector probing Manyi

By: Sapa     18th June 2010 The Public Protector has launched an investigation into the potential conflict of interest arising from Jimmy Manyi's dual roles as... 

Eskom strike ‘averted’ until Monday — Solidarity

By: Sapa     18th June 2010 A possible strike at Eskom has been temporarily averted until Monday, trade union Solidarity said on Thursday.  

China’s growth predicted to slow after rapid start to 2010

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th June 2010 China's growth would likely ease somewhat during this year, but the country's growth remains "robust", the World Bank estimates.  

World Cup expected to give SA economy a boost

By: Chanel de Bruyn     18th June 2010 While there have been doubts about whether the 2010 FIFA World Cup would benefit South Africa as much as had been expected, researchers from... 

Union hopes to resolve Eskom wage dispute by Friday

By: Loni Prinsloo     17th June 2010 The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said on Thursday that it hoped to resolve a wage dispute with South Africa's power utility Eskom by Friday. 

Security companies ‘sabotage’ World Cup — Cosatu

By: Sapa     17th June 2010 The conduct of companies employed to provide security at the 2020 FIFA World Cup stadiums was sabotaging safety at the tournament, the Congress of... 

ICC to consider farmer’s Malema complaint

By: Sapa     17th June 2010 The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Thursday confirmed receipt of a complaint by a Rustenburg farmer against African National Congress Youth... 

Polity – News this Week

By: Bradley Dubbelman     17th June 2010 A roundup of news making headlines this week. 

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