The ongoing student protest on the University campuses highlights the fragility of our education system.
The Minara Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Global Entrepreneur Week Durban 2015 (GEW 2015) to catalyze a vibrant entrepreneur community in the city. This forms part of the Chamber’s focus on empowering youth and entrepreneurs in an inspiring environment to make positive change. The GEW/ Minara Day will encourage Youth Entrepreneurs to build networks for their businesses and position their ideas.
The department of labour has increased the minimum wage payable to domestic workers – which will kick in from 1 December 2015 until 30 November 2016. Department minister Mildred Oliphant announced that in terms of Sectoral Determination 1: the minimum wages will be adjusted upwards for employees in Area A and Area B.