Eskom Female CEO appointed

Linda Mateza has been appointed as the new Chief executive and principle officer of Eskom Pension and Provident Fund (EPPF). The board of trustees has expressed complete confidence and faith in her abilities, as she has an array of invaluable experience in the areas...

KZN Treasury donates 10 computers to school

With the fourth industrial revolution underway, the province of KwaZulu-Natal is aimed towards lending a helping hand to poor communities across KZN through the Operation Sukuma Sakhe (OSS) program. In the programs initiative to assist the community, KZN Treasury has...

Harmony Gold: Fatality concerns

Harmony Gold Company which operates mines in South Africa and Papua New Guinea has reported eleven employee deaths on duty in the year ended June 2019. A slight decline in the fatalities is observed from the reported 13 fatalities during the year 2018. Fatalities have...

KZN Manufacturing sector in trouble

Massive job loss has been experienced in the KwaZulu-Natal manufacturing industry mainly due to low demand caused by the slow economy, challenges such as high fuel prices, electricity outages and social unrests. According to Siza Sibanda, KZN Department of Economic...

South Africa in mourning

Thousands of women gathered out side the Cape Town Parliament building in protest of the escalating levels of gender based violence towards women and children in South Africa. The catalyst for this event was the atrocious rape and murder of 19 year old UCT student...

Not all men are rapist but many silently participate

The confirmed brutal death of 19 year old UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana sent shock waves across women of South Africa. Prior to her death, Uyinene Mrwetyana had visited a Post Office around 14:00 aimed at collecting a parcel. Upon being attended to she was told to...