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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE | Thabo Masebe Spokesperson - Gauteng Provincial Government

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

Township entrepreneurship

The Gauteng Provincial Government is calling on all Gauteng residents to submit written comments on the Gauteng Township Economic Draft Bill. It says the proposed law seeks to enhance the regulation of the township economy in order to lessen the regulatory bur-den on local enterprises, enable growth and create much needed jobs.

You can download the document www.gauteng.gov.za

To speak to us

Thabo Masebe
Spokesperson - Gauteng Provincial Government
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BUSINESS WRAP II Risenga Maluleke Statistician-General

BUSINESS WRAP II

Earlier today, Statistics South Africa revealed the results of the Quarterly Labour Force Survey Quarter 2: 2020. It says 2.2-million jobs were lost in the second quarter of 2020 during the lockdown. Overall unemployment fell from 30.1% in the first quarter to 23.3% in the second quarter.

To speak to us
Risenga Maluleke
Statistician-General
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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE | SAM MKOKELI

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

SAA Funding

The Daily Maverick reports that when the Cabinet meets within the next two weeks, ministers will be asked to make more budget cuts in crucial service delivery programmes. This will be over and above the departmental budget cuts of at least 20% that were pencilled into the June supplementary budget…they will be asked to reprioritise funds to save SAA. SAA requires R10.4-billion to fund the implementation of its business rescue plan, which proposes paying unsecured creditors nearly R2-billion over three years, retrenchment packages worth R2.2-billion to 2,000 workers, and funding the restart of the airline’s flights in January 2021.
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SHOP STEWARDS CORNER | Zwelinzima Vavi SAFTU General Secretary

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER

The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) has confirmed that it will join Cosatu in a strike on Wednesday next week over the country’s economic policies. Saftu have have already submitted a notice to strike to Nedlac. SAFTU said Nedlac is excluding various unions from participating in its meeting and they want it to facilitate discussions on the high unemployment and issues of corruption among other challenges that the country’s economy is facing.

Joining us
Zwelinzima Vavi
SAFTU General Secretary
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ROUNDTABE DISCUSSION

ROUNDTABE DISCUSSION

Creating and sustaining local economies through heritage

How we commercialize and build livelihoods on the back of the great heritage we have? How do we turn the historical sites like the mountains where the British and the natives fought into well-developed sites for heritage tourism with stalls, markets, hiking trails and accommodation

GUESTS:

Adv. Kagiso Maphalle
General Manager: Heritage - National Heritage Council

Dr Marcia Lebambo
Senior lecturer - College of Business and Economics
School of Tourism and Hospitality Management - UJ

Dr Thabo Manetsi
Chief Director - Destination Development (specialising in Rural and Heritage Tourism and Route Development) - Department of Tourism

QUICK GUESTS

Adv Lungisa Malgas
CEO: South African Heritage Resources Agency

Richard Mabunda
Thomo Heritage Arts and Culture Project, Giyani
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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE | Nokuthula Manyathi Journalist - News24

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

The KwaZulu-Natal Social Development Department says it will make available officials in its offices to follow up on allegations of abuse in the embattled KwaSizabantu Mission Church. The church hit headlines on Saturday after News24 published the results of a seven-month investigation into the affairs of the mission, located in the Kranskop area, and allegations of a range of abuses. The report also alleged senior members accused of rape had been shielded, and that millions of rand had been laundered in the mission’s business operations. And, Police Minister Bheki Cele says he is aware of an investigation into KwaSizabantu Mission, as well as people who have “raised matters” with the mission.

What is this story all about?
To speak to us

Nokuthula Manyathi
Journalist - News24
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SMME xChange | Dr Thami Mazwai

SMME xChange

SMME expert Dr Thami Mazwai says small businesses need a miracle if they are to survive and keep hundreds of thousands of people in employment. He is one of the special advisors for the Sukuma Relief Fund and he says Sukuma suggests a more permanent rescue mission to help small businesses in crisis…mentioning that increasing demands on both government and the private sector will require us all to work together because the country’s flotilla of rescue ships is going to be kept busy.

He joins us

Dr Thami Mazwai
Member of the National Planning Commission and part of the Panel of Advisors to the Sukuma Relief Fund

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