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DA rejects R338 million for salaries

The statement read, “the DA today in the budget committee of the Western Cape legislature rejected the money national treasury allocated to the province in the adjustment budget. This adjustment to the provincial equitable share is done according to a fixed and fair formula of population with its poor index and specific needs. According to the provincial equitable share allocation R3,8 billion is divided in such a manner that the Western Cape gets the fifth highest amount. Only Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and Gauteng get more”.

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Zuma Gets A Salary Bump To R2.7 Million

President Jacob Zuma’s annual salary has been increased to R2.7 million after the Independent Commission for the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers approved a bump in pay. According to the Commission, public officer bearers receiving over R1 million per year will get a 5% increase in salary, while those earning less than R1 million will

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Doctors, Teachers’ Salaries To Be Reviewed

President Jacob Zuma on Thursday said the salaries of teachers and health professionals will be reviewed. The president was speaking at the SA Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) congress in Boksburg. “A commission has been established to review the remuneration…,” he said. The commission will be headed by the former chief justice, Sandile Ngcobo. “He will

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Generations Cast Point Fingers At Hlaudi Motsoeneng

The fired cast members of the popular South African soapie, Generations, have spoken out since their dismissal on Monday last week. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, cast members together with supporters, criticised SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng for giving himself increases while they struggled to make ends meet. The actors were referring to the

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This Is Not A Generations Fight, But One For All Artists Says Actors’ Lawyer

The cast of the popular South African soapie, Generations, is trying to address serious issues, said the lawyer representing the actors, Desmond Brown, at a press conference on Tuesday.   “This is not a legal fight only…it is a fight of the heart and mind,” said Brown.   He said the industry must take note

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