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20. Mas Musiq - Kumnandi ebusuku (Official Audio) ft. TO Starquality & Madumane
19. De Mthuda - Abekho Ready (Feat. Sir Trill, Da Muziqal Chef & Maplankeng)De Mthuda - Abekho Ready (Feat. Sir Trill, Da Muziqal Chef & Maplankeng)
18. Kwiish SA - LiYoshona (feat. Njelic, Malumnator & De Mthuda) Main Mix [Official Audio]
17. Gupta - Focalistic and Mr JazziQ feat. Lady Du, Mellow & Sleazy (Lyric Video)
16. Thackzin Dj, Tee Jay , Sir Trill - Yini Sdakwa ft. Dlala Thukzin , Nkosazana, Rascoe , Moscow, Mpura
15. Zakes Bantwini, Kasango - Osama (Lyric Video)
14. DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU - Izolo (Official Video) ft. Madumane, Mpura, Daliwonga & Visca
13. Mellow & Sleazy & Felo Le Tee - Bopha (ft. Young Stunna, Madumane, Dj Maphorisa)
12. Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits [Official Video]
11. Inhliziyo

10. Deep Sen & Kingtalkzin - Isithembiso ft Lannie Billion (Official Music Video)
9. Mafikizolo - Mamezala ft. Simmy
8. K.O - PLAYBACK (Official Music Video)

7. Blxckie - Kwenzekile [Feat. Madumane & Chang Cello] (Official Audio)

6. Elton John, Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) (Official Video)

5. Mfana Kah Gogo - Jabula (Official Music Video)

4. Adele - Easy On Me (Official Video)

3. Busta 929 ft Boohle-Ngixolele (Music Video)


2. De Mthuda - Jola ft. Sino Msolo, Da Muziqal Chef


1. Kabza De Small & DJ Maphorisa - Asibe Happy (Official Audio) feat. Ami Faku
Stern warning from Ramaphosa's own advisors: Basic income grant is way too risky
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President Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been given a strong warning by the presidential economic advisory council not to implement a permanent basic income grant due to the risks it holds for the country and the damage it would do to economic growth and job creation.

The council also criticised the expert report commissioned by the Department of Social Development - which concluded a basic income support grant was sustainable for the economy - saying that its report was technically flawed, had grossly underestimated the risks, and should be submitted for peer review.

The presidential economic advisory council is a group of high-powered independent experts selected by Ramaphosa, which reports only and directly to him. The warning on the basic income grant is part of a policy advisory note the panel prepared in the lead-up to Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address (SONA).
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N3 in Pietermaritzburg a no-go zone due to protest action
The N3 in Pietermaritzburg was a no-go area due to ongoing protests on the corner of Masukwana and Jabu Ndlovu Streets on Thursday morning.

The N3 is now open. Traffic flowing in both directions.

Reports indicate that the protesters had barricaded the off-ramp entrance onto Masukwana and Dr Chota Motala streets.


There were also reports and video footage showing protesters allegedly throwing rocks from a bridge and onto the N3.

Head of Security at Msunduzi Municipality, Kwenza Khumalo, confirmed the protest and said a number of roads next to the N3 have been closed since the early hours of Thursday morning.

He said motorists coming from the northern areas have been mostly affected as traffic came to a standstill and alternative routes are being established.

He said for now, motorists travelling to town can use the off ramp to the mall and go through Victoria Road.

“We are working closely with the private security companies and other security agencies to try and make sure we clear all the roads that have been blocked. Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI) is working with speed to clear the road as motorists, especially the freight industry, has been at a standstill since the early hours,” he said.
CCMA rules company's decision to sack unvaccinated worker is 'substantively fair'
  • The CCMA ruled in favour of a company who fired a woman for refusing to be vaccinated.
  • Theresa Mulderiji argued that she was well within her human rights to refuse the vaccine.
  • Her employer, Goldrush Group, said it introduced mandatory vaccination to protect its employees.
The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) found that a company who fired a woman for refusing to be vaccinated acted fairly - and her sacking was upheld.

In an arbitration award granted on 21 January, CCMA commissioner Lungile Matshaka ruled that Theresa Mulderiji's sacking by the Goldrush Group was "substantively fair".

The matter was set down for an arbitration hearing on 10 January 2022.


Mulderiji was employed as a business-related and training officer since 2018. 

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The company's executive committee voted in favour of a mandatory vaccination policy in 2021.

Handing down judgment, Matshaka said:
In my own sense of fairness, I can only conclude that the applicant is permanently incapacitated on the basis of her decision to not get vaccinated and, by implication, refusing to participate in the creation of a safe working environment.

Before implementing the policy, the company management spent three months consulting with workers and their unions.

According to the arbitration award, the workers had to confirm receipt of the mandatory workplace vaccination policy, that it was explained to them, and that they had read it.

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On completion of the consultations, employees had to apply for exemption by completing the vaccination for review by the committee.

A representative of the company told Matshaka that the mandatory vaccination was implemented to protect workers.

A second witness from the company testified that Mulderiji failed or refused to be vaccinated.

The commissioner heard from the company witnesses that, because of the nature of Mulderiji's job,  she could not be moved to another position. 

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Mulderiji's job, it was said, made her interact with site owners as well as employees.