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Cosatu President Sdumo Dlamini says government should avoid a catastrophe and give public servants a double digit hike.
Cosatu resolute on 10% wage hike for public servants

Friday 24 April 2015 09:04

The Congress of South African Trade Unions' (Cosatu) Sdumo Dlamini says the national marches to government should be taken seriously.


NCC highlights importance of consumer rights

Wednesday 22 April 2015 10:50

Wednesday’s edition of The New Age Business Briefing on Morning Live unpacks the importance of advancing consumer rights and protection in South Africa.


Miss SA shows support for 67Blankets event

Tuesday 21 April 2015 12:37

Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie and musician Wouter Kellerman speak about their involvement in the “Good Wool Cup”.


South Africans aim to break blanket world record

Tuesday 21 April 2015 10:00

South Africa is aiming for a Guinness World Record for the most handmade blankets in a charity event..


CEO Zama Mkosi says piracy is a problem in the film industry.
South Africans prefer DVDs to cinema: Study

Monday 20 April 2015 10:00

South Africans prefer watching movies on DVDs rather than going to the cinema.


 CW Executive Director David Lewis says people should not be appointed based on their political connections.
Corruption Watch concerned about instability in SAPS leadership

Monday 20 April 2015 08:23

Civil society organisation “Corruption Watch “is calling for stronger measures to enhance integrity within the South African Police Services (SAPS).


 Mangaung General Manager Qondile Khedama says it is important to impart information to the youth.
Bram Fischer Week aims to educate youth about history

Sunday 19 April 2015 09:59

The Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality will be celebrating anti-apartheid activist Bram Fischer’s 107th birthday.


District Six Museum Nicola Hetz Date is calling for peace in the country.
Painter’s work promotes social cohesion

Sunday 19 April 2015 08:18

The work of painter James Vicary is on display at the District Six Museum in Cape Town.  Vicary‘s work showcases the effects of the forced removals in District Six during the apartheid era.


An observation by the PPS has indicated that young graduates are often faced with crossroads after spending years of studying and eventually graduating.
'Online profiles of graduates should be professional'

Friday 17 April 2015 12:59

Macy Seperepere speaks about challenges facing a young graduate trying to find a job.


Lebo Lukewarm is bringing back the music in hip hop.
Lukewarm releases new song, 'Choose Maikhethela', on Friday

Friday 17 April 2015 12:42

Lebo Lukewarm, speaking on Morning Live, says that his new track will be available on Friday and that this is the first time everybody is hearing his song.


Dlanga feels that there needs to be an educational process throughout South Africa.
Johannesburg youth travel to Durban for march against xenophobia

Friday 17 April 2015 12:14

Although the xenophobic attacks might have spread to other parts of the country on Wednesday, that did not stop the Johannesburg youth from travelling to Durban.


Sekhabi says that doing the production was always going to be difficult while Mmekwa says that being part of the play was a hard journey.
Marikana musical rules at Naledi theatre awards

Friday 17 April 2015 10:15

The musical Marikana received an unprecedented six awards at the Naledi Theatre Awards on Tuesday night.


Unogwaja On Foot is to allow more people of South Africa to take part together and be able to.
Unogwaja initiative raises funds for charities

Friday 17 April 2015 10:00

On the 1st of May, participants in the charity, Unogwaja, will walk to Pietermaritzburg from Cape Town before joining 22 000 others in the 90th running of the Comrades Marathon on the 31st of May.


Gigaba says there is no excuse for the violence that we have seen against any human being, let alone African immigrants in South Africa.
'We are probing root cause of xenophobic attacks'

Friday 17 April 2015 08:20

Xenophobia in South Africa and has left many foreign nationals and local citizens both scared and confused, with threats of retaliation further fuelling the issue.  


Money Talks: Simplifying day to day financial terms

Monday 13 April 2015 10:30

Money Talks is a quick and simple guide that lists day to day financial terms that can assist in understanding banking, insurance and investment.


Cosatu's focus is on members' interests: Baleni

Monday 13 April 2015 09:56

NUM Secretary General, Frans Baleni, says Cosatu’s priority is that of members' interests and benefits rather than concern over individuals attempting to wound the federations’ unity.


Racial integration in Joburg Swan Lake

Sunday 12 April 2015 10:51

Joburg Ballet is creating ties which no one ever expected and achieving greater racial integration.


Muthambi says the government's inability to effectively provide basic services could be due to the lack of proper communication and information.
Imbizo promotes social partnership: Muthambi

Friday 10 April 2015 11:15

Communication Minister, Faith Muthambi, says with Imbizo focus week, all political principals must move across the country to share information with the people.


Violent protests are a regular scene in South African communities.
Honest dialog can address violence in SA: Experts

Thursday 9 April 2015 10:10

Experts are calling for an honest conversation about violence in the country.  


Executive Director of  Naledi Awards  says they are becoming bigger and better.
Naledi awards recognise excellence in theatre

Sunday 5 April 2015 12:15

Executive Director Dawn Lindberg says the Naledi Awards have grown to become of the biggest awards ceremony in the country.


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