PRETORIA - Services at hospitals and government offices in South Africa resumed as public sector employees, striking over pay hike for the past 20 days, returned to work Tuesday after an agreement to continue talks with the government.
PRETORIA - Thousands of government workers, including teachers and health staff, took out rallies across South Africa Thursday after nine days of strikes over salary hike, forcing authorities to call for negotiation.
PRETORIA, South Africa - An international economic body on Monday urged South Africa to use the success of hosting the recent FIFA World Cup to implement labor and market reforms that could deliver higher employment and living standards.
JOHANNESBURG - FIFA has promised to bar further use of World Cup ads in which the host cities of Pretoria and Bloemfontein are referred to only by relatively new African names.
PRETORIA - South African economy has received a boost from international tourists flocking the country to watch the 2010 soccer World Cup.
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