With only 40 days to go until the Cape Town Carnival on 18 March, all teams are working at full steam to make the event truly spectacular.
South African actor Jamie Bartlett revealed that he felt a little “trepidation” when he returned to work on Monday.
The New Year heralds a fresh start and for some that means finding a better or more rewarding job, but before you start polishing your CV it’s a good idea to get your financial affairs in order.
In September, the Constitutional Court set aside with costs the suspension of McBride by Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, when it ruled that his suspension was both unlawful and unconstitutional.
Table Mountain cable-way workers who had been striking for an increase for two weeks, have settled on increases of between 8% and 13.5%.
National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) members in Parliament will return to work today after yesterday’s strike action.
Free State Stars coach Giovanni Solinas believes there was more work to be done despite their 2-1 win over Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday.
“There are many reasons why New Year’s resolutions don’t become habits and this is true even of those who are altruistic and service oriented. While many of us feel we should be doing more for the community, most of us find it really hard to sustain our commitment to volunteer,” says Dr Felicity Coughlan, Director of The Independent Institute of Education, SA’s largest and most accredited private higher education institution.
He appeared in the Kynsna Regional Court yesterday.
By Anna Majavu After almost 21 years, affirmative action has not taken root in South Africa and most sectors of the economy, including academic institutions, remain “untransformed”. The most recent Commission for Employment Equity’s annual report noted that whites continued to retain the vast majority of the top positions in South Africa (over 62% last…