SABC sacking of journalists ‘unlawful’ - Foeta is back! - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
Take that SABC! Four of the South African Broadcorping Castration’s journalists axed earlier this month for not agreeing with a rule to desist from broadcast reports of violent protests must be reinstated immediately.
Oscar's 'shockingly' lenient sentence - read the court papers - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
The NPA has carefully considered the sentence handed to Mr Oscar Pistorius and has decided to file an application for leave to appeal in terms of section 316(1) of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977 against the sentence imposed by Honourable Judge Masipa in the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, on 6 July 2016.
SABC’s legal quacks show middle finger to law - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
What a disregard for the law! Lawyers for the South African Broadcorping Castration (SABC) today arrived unprepared for the hearing on the dismissal of SABC journalists in the Labour Court in Johannesburg.
What can you get for free and is it really free? - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
Last week, we got given a ‘free’ Easter egg by the station staff and wished a ‘Happy Easter’ from the railway company. On the surface this seemed like a very generous freebie, but then there were some announcements that the trains would be delayed over the weekend. This didn’t matter as everyone was so intent on getting a free egg, that they were pushing each other and arguing with the staff.
ConCourt blasts affirmative action - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
The Constitutional Court in Braamfontein today ruled that the seven employees of the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) must be promoted and remunerated retrospectively. This comes after they had earlier been denied promotion on the grounds of the DCS’s Employment Equity Plan.
ConCourt to rule on affirmative action - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
All eyes will be on South Africa's Constitutional Court this Friday (15 July) when a ruling is expected in trade union Solidarity’s historic lawsuit against the Department of Correctional Services (DCS’s) with regards to their affirmative action Employment Equity Plan.