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Restructuring Eskom top of South Africa agenda, says finance minister

Nene says the discussions on wages are still continuing but restructuring Eskom is key.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Digesting the NHI Bill, unions propose revised wage offer to Eskom, Post Office says it is ready for Sassa grants despite its reputation, Quilter get readies to list.

Richards Bay Coal Terminal boosts productivity with R1.34bn upgrade

Terminal on track meet record 77 million tonne export target.

What Eskom workers really earn 2.0

Unions demand 9% salary increase.

Don’t judge us on CPS standards, pleads Post Office

Paymaster-in-waiting faces litmus test in the next three months – if successful, grant payments will be exclusively in the state’s hands.

South Africa plans sweeping changes to health-care system

The revamp of SA's national healthcare system aims to broaden access to treatment and reduce the cost of private care.

Transnet bosses liable for contract overrun, probe concludes

A law firm found that Transnet did not follow proper bidding and evaluation procedures.

Draft South African law sets stage for national health insurance

The draft sets out a law that will enable mandatory health insurance to cover all citizens.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Mine Restoration Investments report a loss, FPI CEO on special leave, land issue under the spotlight, Sarb account figures widens, general household survey to be released.

ANC is said to favour Mokgoro as North West premier

Job Mokgoro is expected to be sworn in on Friday.

‘Construction mafia’ are genuine guys

They just want to work – construction boss.

Saica, where justice isn’t seen to be done

Newsome ruling kept under wraps.

Alternatives to expropriating land without compensation

Jeremy Cronin suggests that instead of changing the Constitution, government should speed up the release of title deeds and land redistribution.

S&P doesn’t see downside risks to SA’s sovereign rating

'Risks are not stacked on the downside or medium term,' says S&P.



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