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Numsa diehards drive message home
At least 1 000 striking workers gathered outside the Dunswart train station near Main Reef Road in Boksburg East on Wednesday this week. They have been gathering there every morning in the cold since...
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Metalworkers of South Africa
Watchdog probes Tour at high level
Wheatley is such a keen cyclist he also travelled to Harrogate in Yorkshire at the weekend to catch the race and ride part of the route. Last year, he wrote an article comparing past excesses in...
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Be proud, America: Ignore the doom and gloom, our...
FILE -- July 1, 2014: With American flags painted on their faces, Kate Hercules, left, and Chelsea Anderson look on during a street party outside a downtown Denver bar to watch the United States...
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Loan sharks 'eat up' social grants
The pay point is at the community hall, which is encircled by a barbed-wire fence. Two security guards are on duty at the gate and check grant recipients’ slips showing their pay date. Martin’s...
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South African Social Security Agency
Activists Put Mainstream Media Under the Spotlight
On 24 June,
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Southern Africa, in conjunction with the Mail & Guardian and SECTION 27, hosted a breakfast seminar in Johannesburg on journalism and social justice in the...
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There are too many charities doing the same work,...
Sam Younger, who stands down from his post as head of the charities regulator on Monday, told TheIndependent that bereaved military families who rush to set up a charity after losing their loved ones...
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China animal protectors at cross-porpoises
China's river porpoises are rarer than pandas, but fishermen fighting to save them have been snared by a net of blackmail allegations, highlighting uncertainties faced by the country's emerging...
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David Blunkett warns of '15 years in the wilderne...
David Blunkett, the former home secretary and education secretary, said he believed the Labour leader will lead his party to victory next May, but added that defeat would put them out of power until...
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