JOHANNESBURG - The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Tuesday said that while it was lobbying for the African National Congress (ANC) during the neighborhood government decisions, it was likewise having an equal mission to protect aggregate bartering. The organization's partners are discontent with the public authority following its reneging on the public area wage bargain last year, with a portion of its greatest associations likewise hosting wouldn't be get-together to the current year's arrangement which it said was an assault on aggregate bartering.
It is not a secret that one in every of the most important issues in South Africa is the issue of whether or not faculties must close as soon as viable or continue to be open. There are reports that the simple schooling minister Angie Motshekga continues to be insisting that faculties should remain open in the course of the complete Corona virus pandemic despite the fact that there are increasingly faculties across South Africa which are reporting new instances. It is also now not a mystery that this is
The Congress of South African trade unions (Cosatu) has called for new legislation to introduce a fuel price cap, they say they are still waiting on the government to present its research on the tool according to Businesstech. Petrol prices have been going up since the pandemic started, making it hard for customers to use their vehicles and they get affected financially.
A court case application has been launched by DA to oppose the lockdown regulations however, COSAS claimed that the part does not represent the millions of Soth Africans affected and victimised by the novel corona virus. Congress of South African Students Association (COSAS) president Mahlomola Kekana filed an affidavit that stipulated that the plan by the Minister of Basic education Angie Motshekga was not only vague but would put both leaarners and teachers at the mercy of Corona Virus. The DA was advocat
A small group of young people called the Congress of South African students decided decided to demand government's attention by engaging in a powerful protest near a High School(Iqhayiya) in Khayelistsha. The protest took place with an approximate 30 members of the group, this Monday(yesterday). The group's main objective is based on the decision by the Department of Education to eventually open schools, despite the fact that the country's Covid-19 number's have been skyrocketing daily. The group stands tal
Business Tech have reported that COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions) have submitted their proposal to President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding the Covid-19 relief grant.
JOHANNESBURG - While Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has tossed its weight behind the African National Congress (ANC) in the neighborhood government races, the organization is as yet investigating different situations affecting the overseeing party at the surveys. In a report, the ANC's union accomplice said it had done an appraisal of the conditions and overall influence and it expected to discover what the most ideal way forward was for fortifying specialists' voices.
The Congress of South African students (COSAS) has strongly vocalized their intentions to have private schools closed along with public schools. "The Congress of South African students will be shutting down private schools in all parts of the country" said the COSAS president, Douglas Ngobeni. They argue that public schools have missed out on a lot already, while learners were home, there was little to no online learning happening yet all learners will be sitting for the same paper, giving private schools an
Picture: Google The minister of basic education Angie Motshekga had said that Matrics will not be a re-writting the exam paper that were leaked. The Matrics exam paper, mathematics paper 2 and physical science paper 2 were leaked one week after another just hours before the students could sit to begin writing. However the basic education minister yesterday said, Matrics will have to sit again for a rewrite of the leaked mathematics P2 and physical science P2. The dates for the rewrite for mathematics P2 is the
There are growing requests for the government to revive the Covid-19 Temporary Employer-Employee Relief (Ters) scheme of the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) for firms and people who will be unable to work for the next 14 days. Following President Cyril Ramaphosa's announcement of a Level 4 lockdown on Sunday evening, the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) have challenged the government to release Ters funding.
Since the 2020 academic year has resumed last month in June, most of the people were against the return of learners to schools as the coronavirus cases continued to rise. After the president has lately announced that public schools will be taking a break for 4-weeks from the 27th july, except for matriculants and grade sevens. Where matriculants will only be taking a one week break, and grade7s will be taking a two weeks break. But that is excluding private schools, private schools are expected to continue with