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02
DEC

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE - Mugwena Maluleke

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

Government and unions are battling it out in the Labour Appeal Court over
government’s decision to unilaterally withdraw part of the agreement, which saw
public servants not receiving salary increases in April.
To speak to us
Mugwena Maluleke
General Secretary. - SADTU
02
DEC

TECH CONVERSATIONS - Keitumetse Diseko

TECH CONVERSATIONS

BrownSense recently launched their Pan-African online marketplace BrownSense.Africa.
They say it’s a a first of its kind e-commerce and procurement platform that connects
entrepreneurs to a dynamic and diverse market of clients on the rest of the continent and
the world.
To chat more
Keitumetse Diseko
CEO - Brownsense.Africa
02
DEC

Palesa Zwane

ESKOM (SPONSORED - BOOKED FOR 5 MIN)

Eskom says it wishes to inform its customers that the existing national vending contract for
prepaid electricity vouchers ended on November 30, with the new vending contracts took
effect on December 1. This means that some customers may no longer be able to buy
electricity tokens/vouchers from their usual vending points.
To give clarity

Palesa Zwane
Eskom Acting: FBE & Vending Manager- Gauteng
02
DEC

BUSINESS WRAP - Bandile Mathandela

Remgro offers to buy R805m of RCL Foods shares to improve liquidity
Distressed companies can apply for lower electricity tariffs
Mars Throws Shade at Chocolate Rivals in Global Cocoa Fight
Remote working inspired home improvement, says Italtile
01
DEC

SMME EXCHANGE| OLWAM MNQWAZI

The Nelson Mandela Bay is experiencing a possibility of a second wave and what would this mean for small businesses in that area? Also, how is the small business industry recovering post Covid in that part of the world? 

To speak to us 
Olwam Mnqwazi  
MD of Black Hat Group 
01
DEC

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE WORLD AIDS DAY | PROF LINDA -GAIL BEKKER

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

WORLD AIDS DAY

Today is World Aids Day and UNAIDS theme this year is “Global solidarity, shared responsibility”. It says COVID-19 is showing once again how health is interlinked with other critical issues, such as reducing inequality, human rights, gender equality, social protection and economic growth. COVID-19 has demonstrated that, during a pandemic, no one is safe until everyone is safe.

Tonight we’re asking; when it comes to HIV vaccine - how far are we?

To speak to us
Prof Linda-Gail Bekker
Deputy Director, Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine, University of Cape Town (UCT),
30
NOV

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE | Mbalenhle Mthethwa SABC Specialist Economic Reporter

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

State Capture Commission

The gloves came off as former SA Revenue Service (Sars) boss Tom Moyane finally cross examined Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture today. Moyane’s legal counsel will cross-examined Gordhan on testimony that he presented in March last year before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
30
NOV

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER | Dr Joni Musabayana Deputy Director at ILO Pretoria Office

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER

Cosatu says it will report South Africa to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) for undermining collective bargaining agreements. The government and labour have been on a collision course since finance minister Tito Mboweni penciled in huge cuts to the public-sector wage bill in his Budget Review in February.
To speak to us

Dr Joni Musabayana
Deputy Director at ILO Pretoria Office
30
NOV

Sinesipho Maninjwa Market analyst and CA

Sinesipho Maninjwa
Market analyst and CA

South African Buyout Firms Take Equity in Zimbabwe Border Post
Eskom served with summons for prosecution on air pollution
Competition settlement: Only two construction firms up to date on payments
Shosholoza Meyl is finally back. Here’s how much you will pay for long-distance trains
25
NOV

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE | Dr Basani Baloyi Oxfam South Africa Inequality Lead in the Economic Justice Unit

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

OXFAM

The average South African CEO takes home as much as 461 black women from the bot-tom 10% of earners in the country, while on average a black woman earns a quarter of her white counterpart. This is according to an Oxfam South Africa report released yes-terday which says black women are at the centre of the intersecting axis of inequality perpetuated by race, class, education, gender and employment. The report, Reclaiming Power: Womxn’s Work and Income Inequality in South Africa, Oxfam SA said: “This report is the result of many years of working to understand poverty and inequality in the South Africa economy and seeks to expand the global conversation by looking at South Africa’s specific context of inequality and its structural drivers.

To speak to us
Dr Basani Baloyi
Oxfam South Africa Inequality Lead in the Economic Justice Unit

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