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South Africa

South Africa’s union welcomes President’s decision to sign the Pension Funds Amendment Bill into law

S.A union, Cosatu has welcomed president Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to sign the Pension Funds Amendment Bill into law. The amendment will allow fund members to withdraw a part of their pension fund savings before retirement. Contributions will be divided into two pots, one-third that can be drawn on before retirement, and a second pot that preserves two-thirds of savings on retirement. Cosatu’s spokesperson, Matthew Parks, says this will provide invaluable […]

todayJuly 22, 2024 4


Swartbooi Criticizes Low Voter Registration and Central Government at Keetmanshoop Event

Landless People’s Movement leader, Bernadus Swartbooi expressed concerns about the low voter registration in the ||Kharas Region and urged citizens to register before the 1 August deadline. With only 41,861 registered out of 70,672 eligible voters, he called for an extension of the registration period and criticized the ECN for not including prisoners. Swartbooi also condemned the central government for concentrating power and resources, alleging corruption and neglect of regional […]

todayJuly 22, 2024 5

South Africa

DA Supports Temporary Ban on Movement of Cloven-Hooved Animals in Western Cape

In S.A, the DA in the Western Cape says it supports the provincial government’s request to Agriculture minister, John Steenhuisen, for a temporary ban on the movement of cloven-hooved animals, such as sheep, pigs, and cattle. This is to contain the foot and mouth disease outbreak in Humansdorp, Eastern Cape. Twenty-three farms in the Humansdorp area and one farm in East London have been confirmed as positive for the disease. […]

todayJuly 22, 2024 3

South Africa

General Industries Workers Union In S.AOpposes City Power’s New 200-Rand Prepaid Electricity Fee

The General Industries Workers Union of South Africa has strongly opposed City Power’s decision to implement a 200-rand service fee for prepaid electricity. Spokesperson, Koketso Phasha says the union condemns this move as it is reckless and harmful to the working class already struggling with high living costs. He says the union calls for a mass meeting in Johannesburg to fight back against this decision:  

todayJuly 22, 2024 4