AS IT HAPPENED: Spotlight on Ramaphosa at #CosatuStrike

2017-09-27 08:50

Catch all the action from the mass protests against Zuma and state capture, led by Cosatu and the SACP.

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Zuma must go, he is a liability - Cosatu mass march

Johannesburg - South Africans all over the country have added their voice to the growing call for President Jacob Zuma to step down.


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Sometimes corruption is not about money. Every aspect of corruption must be tackled decisively - Makhura

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We are not where we want to be, but we are making progress - Makhura

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We need workers to show us those who are involved in corruption or there will not be any development - Makhura

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Corruption and state capture must be dealt with and overcome - Makhura

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Zuma AND Zille are guilty of state capture - Ehrenreich

Cosatu Western Cape secretary Tony Ehrenreich spoke to News24 on the morning of the nationwide #CosatuStrike, predicting at least 10 000 workers on the streets of Cape Town to protest against what he is calling national AND provincial state capture. Watch.


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Strike adds to pressure on job-creating SMEs - CEO

Cape Town - The national strike on Wednesday is adding to the negative pressure on South Africa's small and medium enterprise (SME) sector, according to Karl Westvig, CEO of Retail Capital. 


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Durban: Each of the union's allies will briefly speak now

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The various unions being introduced in Durban at the moment

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wWe have begun our programme in Durban. National anthem underway.

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JHB: also a demand for reinstatement of free basic water & electricity & a review of the KMPG report & its recommendations

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Memorandums handed over to Parliament and business reps. Chants of "sign, sign, sign"

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Demands to the City of Jhb incl the reinstatement of Jozi@Work workers and those suspended in the licensing dept

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Cosatu strike: A noble cause uniting SA - economist

Cape Town - Short one or two day strikes do not leave lasting damage and one normally sees a lot more catching up on short strikes, economist Mike Schüssler told Fin24 on Wednesday.


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Ehrenreich says that while they support Ramaphosa for president, nobody is getting a blank cheque.

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Federation treasurer Freda Oosthuysen: "Comrade JZ, step down. We are fed up. We pronounce CR17 for president!"

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