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Imagery and identities in Mandela’s leadership (Part 3)

Imagery and identities in Mandela’s leadership (Part 3)

By: Raymond Suttner     18th June 2018 From early in his life Nelson Mandela was very conscious of who he was, in relation to others, his identity or identities and the imagery that he... 

SA: Launch of Agre'ment South Africa

SA: Launch of Agre'ment South Africa

15th June 2018 Public Works Minister TW Nxesi, MP, in partnership with the Agrément South Africa launched the Agrément South Africa as a fully-fledged legal... 

Illegal mining worth R7bn a year – PwC

Illegal mining worth R7bn a year – PwC

By: Martin Creamer     14th June 2018 The value of illegal mining and dealing of metals and diamonds in South Africa is estimated to be more than R7-billion a year, says PwC. In its... 

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Saftu: Saftu demands urgent action on mine safety after latest tragedy

Saftu: Saftu demands urgent action on mine safety after latest tragedy

13th June 2018 The South African Federation of Trade Unions is deeply saddened and angry at the death of four mine workers at the Kloof Ikamva Shaft near... 

Nelson Mandela’s “obstinacy” – #Mandela’s leadership part 2

Nelson Mandela’s “obstinacy” – #Mandela’s leadership part 2

By: Raymond Suttner     11th June 2018 Nelson Mandela was notoriously stubborn or obstinate both words that are generally used to connote negative qualities.  But the dictionaries... 

Nelson Mandela’s leadership-Part 1: the early years

Nelson Mandela’s leadership-Part 1: the early years

By: Raymond Suttner     4th June 2018 Despite the plethora of articles and books on Nelson Mandela, little is written on the precise qualities from which we can learn and possibly... 

Saftu: SAFTU concerned at latest mine death

Saftu: SAFTU concerned at latest mine death

3rd June 2018 The South African Federation of Trade Unions is distressed at the death of a mine worker at Sibanye Stillwater's Driefontein Hlanganani shaft... 

Coal industry should ensure that it does not lower air quality to avoid silicosis repeat

Coal industry should ensure that it does not lower air quality to avoid silicosis repeat

By: Martin Creamer     30th May 2018 South Africa’s coal industry should ensure that it does not lower air quality to avoid ending up in the same litigious space as the gold mining... 

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