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Yesterday, The Fiji Times came across an article in Vatican Radio which quoted Archbishop Amel Nona of Mosul saying Christians and all good-willed people globally need to not be afraid to defend the lives of people being killed in conflict, in
Trade union Solidarity launched an urgent application against engineering company Actom on Monday for unlawfully locking its non-striking members out of their workplace. "Actom's employees have been denied access to the workplace since July 1 and are
The Telkom retrenchment saga has taken a new twist after the fixed-line telephone group CEO Sipho Maseko circulated a memo that informed staff members that the company hasn't suspended the process to restructure the business through reducing the
Two unions representing some of Telkom SA's workers said on Tuesday they would take the South African landline provider to court over possible retrenchments. Telkom was about to let go of about 9,000 of its 19,000 employees over the next six months,
Trade union Solidarity on Thursday warned Telkom not to use race in deciding which employees to retrench. "Solidarity gave Telkom a final warning on Thursday to abandon the race criteria it uses for retrenchments," the union's industry head Marius
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said early Tuesday that his country will not renew a cease-fire with pro-Russian separatists, vowing instead to "attack and liberate our land." "Termination of ceasefire is our response to terrorists, insurgents,
On Sunday afternoon, close to 300 people participated in the sixth annual Chennai Rainbow Pride March that celebrates alternate sexualities and gender identities...Ramakrishnan, a volunteer with the coalition, groups such as People for Ethical
Trade union Solidarity on Friday lowered the wage demand it had given to Eskom. Solidarity metal, engineering, and electrical industry division head Deon Reyneke said this was done to reduce the gap between the employer's offer and the workers'
On Wednesday, AfriForum Youth said the North West University's (NWU) council should reject a report into an alleged Nazi-style initiation ceremony. "The report clearly discriminates against all Afrikaners and may even constitute hate speech,"
SUBJECTS on indigenous people, gardening, climate change, culture, peace and solidarity, computer courses, intellectual property and Philippine society and environment will soon be included in school curriculum. Two lawmakers on