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    Union plans massive strike action in South Africa

    What's the point of COSATU being part of the Tripartite Alliance if they going to just strike against their own alliance? COSATU leaders are just taking their members for a ride, this is just a show for their members to keep membership up while they eat themselves fat with the ANC leaders.
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    SARS E-Filing 2021/22

    I can't seem to find where to download the Tax Certificate on FNB, pretty much went through all the menus twice, and Google says the info on the below link should work, any advise? https://www.fnb.co.za/demos/downloadTaxCertificate-PC.html
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    Spike in ‘coal mafia’ activity targeting Eskom: report

    Coal Mafia has been around since the first BEE tender was issued and aren't parallel, they are the same ANC/ EFF cadre run companies that have the Eskom Tenders, they just double dealing... You will see the Unions, ANC and EFF fight back when these tenders/ companies come under threat. Gwede...
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    Reduce your tax burden by donating to Helpende Hand Studietrust

    I think for companies when donating to the correct institution, they can get the tax write off, BEE points and opportunity to build skills in their industry. For the super rich that give back anyways its an additional 10% they can give than have the ANC steal.
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    Google's Equiano subsea cable lands in South Africa

    Ah, yes, I remember a time when SA had all the power and no bandwidth, now it has all the bandwidth but no power...
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    Karpowership slates South African government over project delays

    And the ANC cadres with coal tenders need the stations running 24x7 which means more coal sold and trucked, the parts cartel need components they are selling to fail not pilons falling over. So we just need to understand who benefits from a destabilised grid and has the will to act on it, can...
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    Karpowership slates South African government over project delays

    Won't be surprised if they behind the sabotage at the coal stations, trying to destabilise the grid so that these approvals get pushed through
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    Companies in South Africa are turning to pay hikes and flexible hours to attract skills in these sectors

    Which would have been a non-issue if the ANC educated and skilled the black youth over the past 28 years.
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    Companies in South Africa are turning to pay hikes and flexible hours to attract skills in these sectors

    Insane that in a country with such high unemployment rate that companies are struggling to fill positions. Truly shows how the ANC has failed to uplift the previously disadvantaged black communities through education and skills while letting industries thay provided unskilled job opportunities...
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    UK's National Health Service to remove 12-year-old from life support against parents' wishes

    To throw a spanner in the conversation there's lots of talk in the UK that the mother is milking the situation, sounds harsh but there's apparently reason for this somewhat harsh claim, the Christian group that also supported her isn't much liked either...
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    Ellies fires 8 workers for refusing Covid-19 vaccines

    By the sounds of things there's still a lot of people in SA still scared of vaccines... didn't think fear of vaccines is still so bad that people would be willing to loose jobs when unemployment is so bad
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    Capitec is back online

    I can't think of a worst outage by a SA bank than this one, hate to be that DBA team on Monday morning when they get to meet the Executive...
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    5 important things happening in South Africa today

    Maybe that Senior Engineer running Koeberg that moved to Canada knew something we all should know
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    New school calendar for South Africa cuts holidays

    Public Holidays are such a burden to the economy and education, do away with them and give people more annual leave to use when it's works for the employee and employer
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    Big changes proposed for public service in South Africa – what you need to know

    The only government employees that would survive are the ghost employees collecting salaries
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    Court reserves judgement in climate activists' case against 3,000MW gas power plant

    The reality is other IPPs have not had so much concerns with their projects. Maybe I bought into the public narrative but everything from successful court challenges to the way they originally acquired certain government approvals, along with a record of involvement in international...
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    ANC pushing ahead with new state bank in South Africa

    Other ANC comrades have already laid their claim to the looting of that entity, a new entity is needed for this lot of low lives to steal from the state
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    France to cut nuclear power as rivers fail to cool plants

    So you didn't read the article or even the first paragraph...
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