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Public Service and Administration Minister Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi says labour relations in the country have in the past decade undergone a major transformation.

There is hope for a better life for the people of Newcastle following the announcement that the provincial government will open a Clothing Centre of Excellence in the area.

Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana has announced the review of sectoral determination for the farming industry.

The Communication Workers Union has signed a
headcount management agreement with Telkom, enabling the company to
offer enhanced voluntary severance packages to all staff.

KwaZulu-Natal Finance and Economic Development MEC Zweli Mkhize has pleaded with business to add value to Black Economic Empowerment to meet the needs of transformation.

With proper training, proper integration and thorough knowledge of their particular industry as well as a major in people skills, women will make excellent CEOs or parliamentarians.

As a woman with a physical disability, I think the question should be: "Are women and people with disabilities benefitting from transformation?" And of course the answer is:"Yes, to some extent."

Democratic Alliance leader Tony Leon has pre-empted the president's State of the Nation address by presenting some of his party's ideas for the economy and re-vamping BEE legislation.

The Gauteng social services department will be asking the Setas to assist with skills training for vagrants who are picked up from Johannesburg streets by the authorities.

The role of Seta boards in the success or failure of the Seta's operations should be taken more seriously according to Fasset CEO Cheryl James.

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