RetroEpic Software has been chosen as one of five high-potential startups to take part in the the Dutch #cocreate2ACCELERATE challenge.
The Department of Science and Technology and other partners have altogether invested over R20 million in the Iziko Planetarium upgrade.
Although BEMAWU is happy with the decision, it’s concerned about the legal costs incurred for its court application and wants the SABC to foot the bill.
New SABC CEO, James Aguma, has made his stance on the matter between the public broadcaster and the reinstated journalists very clear.
In a shock move this morning, the SABC has told Suna Venter, Krivani Pillay, Jacques Steenkamp and Foeta Krige not to report for duty at work.
Krivani Pillay, one of the four SABC journalists ordered back to work with immediate by the Labour Court today, expresses delight at the judgement.
“We knew all along that we would win as our case was morally and juristically justified,” Solidarity CEO, Dirk Hermann said.
The Labour Court ruled in favour of the fired SABC journalists this morning, ordering the public broadcaster to reinstate them with immediate effect.
The Labour Court has ordered the SABC to reinstate Krivani Pillay, Foeta Krige, Suna Venter and Jacques Steenkamp with immediate effect.
Judgement in the SABC vs fired journos case was to be handed down by Judge Robert Le Grange in Cape Town tomorrow, but has been moved back up to Joburg.