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SAIRR: Whites kept out of public service
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SAIRR: Whites kept out of public service

Johannesburg - Public service managers are being encouraged to keep posts vacant rather than fill them with whites, an SA Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) consultant said in a newsletter this week. "In the name of transformation, managers in the ... News24.com, 4 weeks ago
Public service keeps whites out SAIRR Citizen.co.za, 4 weeks ago
SAPA - AFFIRMATIVE-SAIRR Namibia Press Agency, 4 weeks ago
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Times Live South Africa

Affirmative Action - cause and effect

The controversy around the S.A. Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) associating Affirmative Action with children's hospital deaths is an interesting one. More comprehensively, it also links AA to general government incompetence a no-brainer to most ...
 News24.com1 month ago Poor affirmative action's many faces  Citizen.co.za1 month ago Affirmative action is killing babies: SAIRR  Times Live South Africa1 month ago Affirmative action is 'killing babies': SAIRR  ENCA1 month ago

Farm workers must own land to ensure certainty in agri sector Nwkinti

By Denene Erasmus In his Budget Vote Address to parliament Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nwinti affirmed the ANC's commitment to speed up land reform without disrupting agricultural production and food security. But Agri SA, ...
 Farmer's Weekly7 hours ago
Sudan Vision Daily

Water Problems Lead to Riots, Deaths in S. Africa

Three babies who died from drinking tap water contaminated by sewage have become a tragic symbol of South Africa's struggle to cope with a flood of people into cities designed under apartheid to cater to the tiny white minority. The poor, as always ...
 Sudan Vision Daily2 days ago Water shortage leads to deaths as South Africa struggles to cope with urban growth  Daily Nation5 days ago Water problems lead to riots deaths in South Africa  Hindustan Times5 days ago Riots, Deaths in South Africa Due to Water Problems  MedIndia5 days ago
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Kumba Iron Ore H1 earnings fall by 16%

Mining giant Kumba Iron Ore which forms part of the Anglo American stable on Tuesday reported its first half earnings, slipping to R6.5 billion. For the six months to June, headline earnings per share fell 16% , due largely to a drop in the global ...
 SABC2 days ago
SA Breaking News

The Mere Mention of the Words...

Last month the BBC published an article titled, "Do white people have a future in South Africa?" Western institutions like the BBC see no problem in commissioning articles like this due to mainstream whites' misconception of racism as a zero-sum ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago The Mere Mention of the Words Affirmative Action…  SA Breaking News1 month ago The mere mention of the words 'Affirmative Action'...  Polity.org.za1 month ago

Stock Watch with Giulietta Talevi, David Shapiro and Ian Cruickshanks

For the day's hottest stock picks Giulietta Talevi hosts David Shapiro of Sasfin Securities and Ian Cruickshanks, Chief Economist at the SAIRR. You've seen the business news, got the gist of the bourses and heard what the country's top CEOs have to ...
 Business Day TV1 month ago

Suttner's View: Must affirmative action be scrapped?

In this episode of Suttner's View, researcher and analyst Professor Raymond Suttner discusses the question of whether affirmative action should be scrapped. Click here to read Siphokazi Magadla's response to the statement by SAIRR CEO Dr Frans ...
 Polity.org.za1 month ago

What's race got to do with water?: Ferial Haffajee

What's race got to do with water?: Blaming the water problem on affirmative action implies blacks are institutionally inferior, ...
 City Press1 month ago
Dailysun.co.za

IS BIGGER BETTER?

ARE OUR women getting fat because they eat and relax a lot and don't exercise? Or is it because theyre under pressure from men who prefer women with flesh on their bones especially in winter? SunBuzz asks these questions after a research finding ...
 Dailysun.co.za1 month ago
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