Nigeria’s higher education sector faces a number of issues, here’s how the West African country can do to fix it

It is apparent that Nigeria has failed to deliver quality education due to a number of factors.

AMCU at risk of being deregistered by labour department

The Department Of labour has come out to say it intends to deregister one of the country’s biggest mining unions, just weeks before crucial platinum-industry wage talks are expected to begin. The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) "has ceased to function in terms of its constitution," and "is not a genuine trade union," the registrar of labour relations said in a notice published in the Government Gazette. The Union will hold a press briefing tomorrow to respond. Brett Abraham, Partner, Webber Wentzel joins CNBC Africa to give insight.

Lonmin CEO: Sibanye’s revised purchase offer a reflection of new market conditions

Sibanye Stillwater has increased its offer to purchase Lonmin by 3.4 per cent to 77.4 pence per Lonmin share. Both boards agree that this reflects the recent recovery in the PGM pricing balanced against the fact that Lonmin continues to be financially constrained and unable to fund the significant investment required to sustain its business and associated employment. Lonmin CEO, Ben Magara joins CNBC Africa for more.

Comair wins court bid to halt NUMSA workers from striking

Comair today has won the bid to interdict NUMSA workers from embarking on a strike over wage issues. CNBC Africa's Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke to NUMSA Spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola on the union's response.

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