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THOUGHT LEADER | Zola Tshayana

THOUGHT LEADER

Zola Tshayana

Author, Speaker, Counselor, Trainer and Facilitator. His talks focus on Health, Life Skills, Sexuality, Socio-Economic Development, Youth Empowerment and Rural Development.
Author - Things we do
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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE ZIMBABWE CRISIS | Lenin Ndebele Journalist (based in Harare)

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

ZIMBABWE CRISIS

The African National Congress (ANC) has vowed to keep the Zimbabwe crisis on the table despite a spirited campaign by Zanu PF to shrug it off.
Lindiwe Zulu, the head of the ANC's international relations committee, said they were determined to follow through the resolutions they reached in their engagements with Zanu PF, including re-turning for a meeting with opposition groups in Zimbabwe.

Zanu PF on Friday launched an unprecedented attack against ANC and the South African govern-ment after envoys despatched by the follow liberation movement pressed for talks with President Emmerson Mnangagwa's rivals.

To speak to us
Lenin Ndebele
Journalist (based in Harare)
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SMME xChange | Asiphe Mkhefa

SMME xChange

A Cape Town schoolgirl has started an e-hailing taxi service for – and operated by – women only. 18-year-old Asiphe Mkhefa creating jobs for women, but she says she start-ed the Women Go service to keep females safe from gender-based violence. The Grade 12 learner says all her drivers are women.

She joins on the line
Asiphe Mkhefa
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BUSINESS WRAP II Thabsile Sikakane Fly SAX spokesperson

BUSINESS WRAP II

SA Express employees have made an attempt to save hundreds of their jobs with an am-bitious bid to buy the state-owned airline and prevent it from final liquidation. SA Express workers yesterday said they had incorporated a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to bid for the airline's assets, subject to prevailing terms and conditions. They said the SPV would be anchored by a private investor and owned by a public limited company, Fly SAX, with SA Express’s 691 employees as the owners.

To speak to us

Thabsile Sikakane
Fly SAX spokesperson
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BUSINESS WRAP | Anelisa Tuswa Business journalist

Anelisa Tuswa
Business journalist

PPC considering asset sales and rights issue after deal with lenders
Disgruntled investors circle Safari and install fresh blood
Mobile operator Rain boosts ARC Investments
China’s version of TikTok hits 600-million users
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SHOPSTEWARDS CORNER | Castro Ngobese

SHOP STEWARD’S CORNER

The government and organised labour have been on a collision course since finance minister Tito Mboweni pencilled in cuts to the public sector wage bill in his budget review in February, after which the state re-neged on a deal for pay hikes for state employees. The department of public service & administration has approached the labour court to have the wage agreement signed in 2018 at the public sector co-ordinating bargaining council (PSCBC) declared unconstitutional. The state has re-fused to implement the last leg of the deal, due on April 1.Trade unions are presenting a united front to get salary increases of between 4.3% and 5.4%, but the government is not budging.
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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE | MEC Lebogang Maile

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

The Gauteng department of human settlements has instructed the state attorney to obtain evic-tion orders to remove people who have allocated themselves government-subsidised houses and invaded unoccupied land. Human settlements MEC Lebogang Maile told journalists in Sandton to-day that illegal occupation of houses was a serious problems affecting the delivery of houses to those who qualify. The MEC also said his department was notoriously under-performing, failing to obtain clean audits and delivering on key targets.
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SHOP STEWARD’S CORNER | Mugwena Maluleke General Secretary - SADTU

SHOP STEWARD’S CORNER

The government and organised labour have been on a collision course since finance minister Tito Mboweni pencilled in cuts to the public sector wage bill in his budget review in February, after which the state re-neged on a deal for pay hikes for state employees. The department of public service & administration has approached the labour court to have the wage agreement signed in 2018 at the public sector co-ordinating bargaining council (PSCBC) declared unconstitutional. The state has re-fused to implement the last leg of the deal, due on April 1.Trade unions are presenting a united front to get salary increases of between 4.3% and 5.4%, but the government is not budging.

To speak to us
Mugwena Maluleke
General Secretary - SADTU
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KULTURE TALK Nombuso Mathibela Educator, researcher and vinyl collector

KULTURE TALK

Nombuso Mathibela
Educator, researcher and vinyl collector

Nombuso Mathibela is a Johannesburg-based writer, activist educator, legal researcher, and vinyl collector. Her areas of interest span music, nationalist histories in Africa and the diaspora, feminist histories, and African philosophy. She has worked in the public interest sector, mainly with organizations that have sought to support grassroots movement strug-gles through political education. In 2019, Nombuso completed an LLM in Comparative Law, Economics, and Finance from the University of Turin in Italy. She spends her spare time reading African and Caribbean fiction and collecting music across seas, borders, and time.
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TECH CONVERSATIONS | Andrew Davies CEO -Signapps

TECH CONVERSATIONS

It’s been reported that a South African born healthcare app, Signapps, has won a R66 million contract to service the United Kingdom’s National Health Service for the next two years, with an option to renew for a further twelve months after that. It was launched in South Africa in 2017 in part thanks to a R5 million grant from The South African Department of Trade and Industry, and a R1 million grant from the Gauteng Innovation Hub.

To speak to us
Andrew Davies
CEO -Signapps

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