The lack of a binding collective bargaining agreement at Lonmin platinum mine will see turbulence in the industry continue, trade union Uasa has said.
President Jacob Zuma has condemned the practice of using his name and that of ministers to secure privileges or flout government procedures. I think ...
- Zuma is just doing what he does best – looking out for number one (51%, 78 Votes)
- Much like corruption, it will take more than one statement to stop the habit (17%, 26 Votes)
- If people did their jobs correctly, then the president wouldn’t have to worry about his name being used in vain (16%, 25 Votes)
- If action is taken against those who used his name for Guptagate, others will know never to do it (16%, 23 Votes)
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- Cpt: 13 - 20°C
- Pta: 10 - 23°C
- Jhb: 10 - 19°C
- Bloem: 6 - 23°C
- Dbn: 16 - 26°C
- PE: 14 - 24°C