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Dewald van Rensburg

Services Seta chases millions

20 July 2014 15:01

The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSeta) has launched a major forensic investigation into contracts worth about R273 million to eliminate the allegedly widespread looting and wastage incurred by South Africa’s skills development funds.

New twist in old metals industry battle

6 July 2014 15:00

Apparent divisions within the employer camp in the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council are set to complicate a strike already marred by widespread violence.

Will Eskom call Numsa’s bluff?

29 June 2014 15:00

By Wednesday, Eskom will have to call a major bluff after the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) threatened to call out 9 000 “essential services” workers on an unprotected strike this week.

Sun rises on renewable energy

22 June 2014 15:00

The Renewable Energy Independent Power Procurement Programme (REIPPP) has been a spectacular success as far as luring power investment to the country is concerned, but may not provide all the spin-offs that have been promised. A review of the entire process to date was recently published by the World Bank Institute. Professor Anton Eberhard from […]