EDITORIAL | Eskom strikers have won, but at what cost to themselves and SA?

2022/06/29 06:38:00

They may have got slightly higher wage hikes, but they have hugely damaged the economy they and we have to live in

They may have got slightly higher wage hikes, but they have hugely damaged the economy they and we have to live in

They may have got slightly higher wage hikes, but they have hugely damaged the economy they and we have to live in

28 June 2022 - 19:52If you pause for a minute to observe your surroundings as you go in search of a hot coffee and a wifi signal this morning to help soothe the stage 6 blues, you will notice the subtle but distinctive pall of gloom that hangs over SA...

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Pay workers the money they are working hard for it who debate about your huge salary Disgusting. Look at the loadshedding stats of so called state capture compared to thuma Mina or new dawn. Granted ... but let's change the situation with the 2024 election. Stop the tail (sabotaging hoodlums) that is wagging the dog (the SOE).

What was ANC thinking when they opened the borders?ANC cadres are not smart.Those millions of people from other countries use electricity.The infrastructure was meant for S.Ans not foreigners.Worse it was built by apartheid for few.The ones built by ANC are forever have problems. Mxm you are trying to protect this incompetent man called De Ruyt. He must go and stop blaming employees for his failure.

What's the latest on phala phala farm Ey ey! I hate people who thinks like you. So the economy must live and we must die of hunger? Everything is expensive today and every worker deserve an increase.