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Minimum wage set to address inequality: Nedlac

Chair of National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac)'s advisory panel and Wits Professor, Imraan Valodia, says the proposed national minimum wage will address inequality and boost economic growth.

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Anger erupts over handling of rape incident at Wits

Chairperson of the House Committee at the residence at Wits University, Nkululeko Tsekane, says the university drags its feet on issues of sexual violence and does not take them seriously.

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SABC inquiry set to continue until February 2017

Chairperson of Parliament's Adhoc Committee on the SABC Board Inquiry, Vincent Smith, says investigations into the public broadcaster will continue even with only the chairperson of the board remaining.

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One Day Leader - Call for Entries

Closing Date: 15 December 2016 at 16h00

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SABC Foundation invests in education

SABC Foundation with its continues initiatives of changing lives across the country visited Coronation Training Centre and Westburry Youth Centre on 04 November 2016.The aim of the visit, to this coloured community, was to encourage learners to take their education seriously.

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Man in court for leaked matric paper

A 52-two-year old man will appear in the Giyani magistrate's court on Wednesday after he was arrested in connection with leaking the Mathematics question paper two weeks ago.

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