.com | Metrorail warns of delays on Gauteng line
The special disdain that the EFF and SACP have for each other is motivated by self-interest not that of the working class, writes Kameel Premhid .
Tuesday Jul 8
Cops arrest Numsa strikers
Fifty-three striking National Union of Metalworkers of SA members were arrested in Gauteng on Tuesday on possible charges of public violence, national police commissioner Riah Phiyega's office said.
Plastics firms win ban interdict
Windows are broken at a plastic factory in Germiston that says the damage was done by striking Numsa workers.
Classics on parade at 1000 Bike Show
The Classic Motorcycle Club's annual 1000 Bike Show, on this weekend at Germiston High School, is as much about being seen, as it is about seeing the motorcycles 'officially' on display.
Too few tablets for Gauteng learners
The haphazard delivery of tablets to schools as part of the Gauteng Department of Education's eLearning Solution programme has been dubbed an election gimmick gone wrong.
Gauteng premier to tackle unemployment
In six months' time, the newly elected Gauteng Premier David Makhura will outline his plans to secure more than 300 000 jobs in the next five years.