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Business wrap | Sinesipho Maninjwa Market analyst and CA 

Sinesipho Maninjwa
Market analyst and CA 

 
 
• Salga tables tough 2.8% municipal wage hike offer
• Why shortages of a $1 chip sparked crisis in the global economy
• Covid-19 loan guarantee scheme extended by 3 months
• Amazon’s Win Delivers a Stinging Defeat to the U.S. Labor Movement
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APR

Under The Microscope | Dr Charley Lewis  Icasa Councillor

Under The Microscope 
 
ICASA is inviting interested stakeholders to make written submissions in re-spect of the draft Amendment Customer Care Standards Regulations for Postal Services Licensees. According to Icasa, it seeks to bolster monitoring, enforcement and compliance with the customer care standards as provided for in the regulations. These customer care standards cover, among other is-sues: accessibility, visibility, languages and reports on complaints received (both resolved and unresolved).
 
To speak to us 
 
Dr Charley Lewis 
Icasa Councillor
07
APR

TECH CONVERSATIONS | Musawenkosi Cabe  Journalist - New Frame

TECH CONVERSATIONS 
 
 
One of the stories we spoke about yesterday is the record number of billionaires in the word, according to Forbes and some of the me come from the tech industry.
They saw their wealth shooting sky high since the beginning of this pandemic. 
 
Musawenkosi Cabe is a journalist for New Frame and has been writing a series on the need to regulate the gig economy.  
To speak to us 
 
Musawenkosi Cabe 
Journalist - New Frame
07
APR

BUSINESS WRAP | Nolwandle Mthombeni  Market analyst 

BUSINESS WRAP
 
Nolwandle Mthombeni 
Market analyst 

 
 
 
• Naspers and Prosus slump on news of selldown of Tencent stake
• Sisa Ngebulana's Rebosis in talks with potential savior investors amid insolvency fears
• SA Breweries to launch new B-BBEE scheme, opening up opportunity for R5.4bn stake in AB InBev
• Millions Are Tumbling Out of the Global Middle Class in an Historic Setback
06
APR

Under The Microscope | Busisiwe Kamolane Research coordinator at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies based at Wits Uni

Under The Microscope 
 
 
Busisiwe Kamolane, the research coordinator at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies based at Wits University says it is time for the state to recognise that the repression of ac-tivists in South Africa has reached crisis mode. She argues that the the violent police re-sponse to the recent student protests is a sobering reminder of how the brutalisation of ac-tivists across the country persists.
 
She also mentions that there’s a widespread failure to hold to account the perpetrators of violence against activists. 
 
What needs to be done? 
 
Joining me 
 
 
Busisiwe Kamolane
Research coordinator at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies based at Wits Universit
06
APR

SMME xChange | Bulelani Balabala Founder: Township Entrepreneurs Alliance 

SMME xChange 
 
A study conducted by the Unisa Press and Township Entrepreneurs Alliance on how the lockdown has affected township businesses, the formal and informal micro enterprises. They say the study focused on three specific areas, namely; the economic activity of enterprises; financial implications and obligations of enterprises and finally the socio-economic impact.
 
To speak to us; 
Bulelani Balabala
Founder: Township Entrepreneurs Alliance 
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APR

Under The Microscope | Neil Coleman

Under The Microscope 
 
 
 
A new study conducted in South Africa and Brazil has revealed that child support grant has been very instrumental in empowering women. The most expansive child and family grants are in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina and South Africa, which has put in place the biggest social provision net in Africa.
 
To speak more on this and other issues regarding social grants we are joined by
05
APR

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER | William Mabapa  NUM acting general secretary

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER 
 
 
The National Union of Mineworkers recently concluded its national collective bargaining conference has resolved to demand salary in-creases of between 15% and 20%. The union will soon be com-mencing with wage increase negotiations in both the gold and the energy sectors and says it aims to to close the wage gap.
 
To talk more on this
 
William Mabapa 
NUM acting general secretary

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