weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Tuesday, 12 April 2016


Chronological with latest web postings at the top


Canal Walk mall clerk on R700 000 fraud charges - Cape Times

Gauteng health workers fired for misconduct – eNCA

Geld kan Opod-ondersoek na Marikana stuit - Netwerk24

IPID lacks funds to conduct Marikana probe – SABC News

Comair served with 48-hour strike notice over wages - Fin24

Cosatu meets the Gupta family about jobs concerns - BDLive

Hout Bay fishmeal factory in catch-22 of smell versus jobs – Cape Argus

Why it doesn’t make sense that all informal mining is deemed illegal – The Conversation

Plans for new labour federation on track - Business Report

Workers paying price for political shenanigans, says Vavi - News24

To boost jobs, Google to give training to 1m Africans including 300,000 South Africans – Moneyweb

New union federation could be formed at Workers Summit - BDLive

Unions to form rival federation to Cosatu on 1 May - Moneyweb

New trade union federation could be launched within months, says Vavi - News24

Equal Education accuses education dept of 'cooking a sanitised jobs-for-cash report' - EWN

Education dept’s withholding of jobs-for-cash report ‘hides a cover-up’ - BDLive

Kulula and British Airways travellers face possible delays from Thursday - BDLive

Guptas, Cosatu to meet over pending job losses - EWN

Standing at work? It's just a trend – IOL News

Vavi turns on charm to get political support for new labour federation - SA Labour News

Lonmin CFO to step down - Business Report

Pikitup workers back at work - SABC News

Don't allow racist Free State teacher teach again: Sadtu - News24

Metrorail warns of delays on Tuesday in Gauteng and in Cape Town - News24

Transnet pensioners hope for big payout - Business Report

Barclays Africa pays absentee directors in full even for missed meetings - BDLive

Patel delays probe into brewers’ tie-up with proposal on a development fund – BDLive

Highly skilled South African women opt for emigration - BDLive

SA banking CEOs not properly qualified: report - BusinessTech

Cosatu condemns latest bread price increase – SowetanLive

Pikitup workers ‘committed to job’ - The New Age

Government urged to move swiftly to stop engineering brain drain - The New Age

Thursday’s strike by Uasa at Comair will hit Kulula and British Airways - TimesLive

Metaangas laat vlug honderde zama-zamas - Netwerk24

Kaapse treine onbepaald vertraag weens brandskade – Netwerk24


Get union and other press statements at SA Labour News