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Excessive municipal spending an insult to the taxpayer

The message: stop with your lavish spending, flamboyance and flair

FEDUSA DISAPPOINTED BY GOVERNMENT NO SHOW

 

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FEDUSA DISAPPOINTED BY GOVERNMENT NO SHOW 12 September 2011 

The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) is highly disappointed with Government’s latest no show at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC) this morning. Representatives from government departments were scheduled to meet with Organised Business and Organised Labour (FEDUSA and COSATU). COSATU recently joined FEDUSA’s Section 77 Protest Action against Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) and waste water treatment and wished to formally add additional concerns relating to water quality and accessibility.

Climate change may bring new opportunities

Debate on this issue is essential

UASA welcomes drop in murder rate, but remains cynical

Is it just dwindeling rhetoric?

Stringent measures needed to end road slaughter

Too many buses with questionable roadworthyness on South African roads

NHI to burden the taxpayer even more

National Health system on the cards, yet minister mum on plans to fix hospitals

High unemployment requires 1,4% reduction in prime rate

Any premature increase in the repo rate will exacerbate already dire employment situation

UASA welcomes petrol price relief for workers, consumers

The trade union UASA welcomes the good news that struggling workers and consumers will pay between 20 and 30 cents per litre less for their petrol and 6 to 10 cents less per litre of Diesel.