Molefe must pay back pension millions, court orders

A court ordered Brian Molefe on Thursday to pay back all the pension pay-outs made to him. A full bench of judges found against Molefe and set aside the pension agreement. The former Eskom chief executive was also ordered to pay costs. The ruling comes after trade union Solidarity approached the High Court to declare […]
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Racial tension over new Sasol empowerment scheme

The industrial giant, Sasol, and Solidarity will meet with the Commission on Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on Thursday’s on the exclusion of white people in the new empowerment scheme, Khanyisa. Solidarity chief executive Dirk Hermann said if the parties could not reach a settlement, it would be the first time the CCMA issued a […]
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Legal battle to bring an end to quotas in SA sport begins

The South African Rugby Union (SARU), Cricket South Africa (CSA), Athletics South Africa (ASA) and Netball South Africa (NSA) were challenged to defend their racial quota targets before the Labour Court in court papers served with the court this morning. The papers were served by labour movement Solidarity and minority rights group AfriForum. Both parties […]
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