Castel Labour Suspends Strike After Pay Raise Vow

[Addis Fortune] The labour strike that occurred at Castel Winery Plc, a sister company of BGI Ethiopia, bottler of St. George beer, was temporarily settled after the owners of the Company promised a 15pc – 70pc salary adjustment.

[Addis Fortune] The labour strike that occurred at Castel Winery Plc, a sister company of BGI Ethiopia, bottler of St. George beer, was temporarily settled after the owners of the Company promised a 15pc - 70pc salary adjustment.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

In Danny Jordaan Case, Government Should Walk the Talk On Sexual Offences

[Daily Maverick] When South Africa’s crime statistics were released late last month, one aspect of the figures that caused most scepticism was the idea that the rate of sexual offences has dropped. Not even the government believes that’s possible. On M…

[Daily Maverick] When South Africa's crime statistics were released late last month, one aspect of the figures that caused most scepticism was the idea that the rate of sexual offences has dropped. Not even the government believes that's possible. On Monday, the Justice Department reported back on some of the challenges faced by those seeking to report or prosecute sexual offences, highlighting the fact that the criminal justice system still fails many victims. Maybe a good place for authorities to start would be by making

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

#RWC2023 – Squabble, Squabble, Toil and Trouble – Tensions Rise From Other Bidders

[Daily Maverick] While South Africa might be World Rugby’s favourite to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, they are the least favourite of the other two bidding federations. Tensions are bubbling away after last week’s announcement. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

[Daily Maverick] While South Africa might be World Rugby's favourite to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, they are the least favourite of the other two bidding federations. Tensions are bubbling away after last week's announcement. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Premier Ace Magashule Meets Young Public Servants, 10 Nov

[Govt of SA] The Youth Advisor in the Office of the Premier invites all the young public servants employees of various Provincial Departments within the cohort age of 40 years to have a meeting with the Honourable Premier of the Free State, Dr Ace Maga…

[Govt of SA] The Youth Advisor in the Office of the Premier invites all the young public servants employees of various Provincial Departments within the cohort age of 40 years to have a meeting with the Honourable Premier of the Free State, Dr Ace Magashule.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cosatu Demands That President Jacob Zuma Releases the Heher Commission Report Into Higher Education Funding

[COSATU] The issue of free education for the poor cannot be postponed indefinitely and young people have proven that they are no longer prepared to be pacified with empty speeches. We do not want to see the disruption of the academic work early next ye…

[COSATU] The issue of free education for the poor cannot be postponed indefinitely and young people have proven that they are no longer prepared to be pacified with empty speeches. We do not want to see the disruption of the academic work early next year because students still remain in the dark about the findings of the Fees Commission and the way forward.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

FC Platinum’s Unsung Hero

[The Herald] FC Platinum hitherto unknown goalkeeper Wallace Magalane is becoming an unlikely hero for the Zvishavane miners as they push for the elusive league crown. The platinum miners are on course for their maiden title as they join leaders Ngezi …

[The Herald] FC Platinum hitherto unknown goalkeeper Wallace Magalane is becoming an unlikely hero for the Zvishavane miners as they push for the elusive league crown. The platinum miners are on course for their maiden title as they join leaders Ngezi Platinum Stars at the top with 63 points apiece, two ahead of Dynamos.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fishing Firm Donates Fertilisers to Ministry of Agriculture

[Namibian] Namibian fishing company Deepsea Consolidated Investments has donated N$560 000 worth of fertiliser to the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry in support of efforts to ensure national food security.

[Namibian] Namibian fishing company Deepsea Consolidated Investments has donated N$560 000 worth of fertiliser to the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry in support of efforts to ensure national food security.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Re-Election On His Mind – Nigeria’s Buhari Is No Mandela

[Daily Maverick] The late world icon, champion of freedom, and former president of South Africa was known for uniting a racially divided country. Buhari on the other hand has divided Nigerians, mostly alienating the south-east sub-region where the Igbo…

[Daily Maverick] The late world icon, champion of freedom, and former president of South Africa was known for uniting a racially divided country. Buhari on the other hand has divided Nigerians, mostly alienating the south-east sub-region where the Igbos, one of Nigeria's major ethnic groups, resides. By OJO MADUEKWE.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria