weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Wednesday, 13 April 2016


Chronological with latest web postings at the top


Comair Strike: Passengers warned to expect longer queues – Traveller24

Strike by Comair workers gets under way on Wednesday - TimesLive

Young adults seek income protection against ill health and retrenchment - BDLive

Claims striking Shoprite workers were ‘coerced’ to go back to work - BDLive

Union hopeful it can reach wage agreement with Comair - EWN

Nkandla: SA Public Service Union (Sapsu) calls for civil disobedience - Business Report

Axe yet to fall on KZN top cop over links to Umhlanga businessman – News24

Mpumalanga MEC slams angry, under-performing principals - News24

CWU to march on ANC headquarters on Thursday to highlight job losses at state companies - TimesLive

City of Cape Town employs women to fix roads - IOL News

Map showing where all South Africa’s skilled workers are going - BusinessTech

We are not happy with Comair at all, say employees – Business Report

Hawks nail three SAPS employees for alleged fraud and corruption - TimesLive

Limusa to take Numsa, Toyota to court over worker representation at Durban plant - eNCA

Union Limusa to take on Toyota and Numsa at CCMA - BDLive

Equal Education’s application for jobs report shows impatience, says DBE - BDLive

Seifsa appeals for urgent resolution of manufacturing challenges - Engineering News

FSB defends paying attractive salaries to retain talent - Fin24

Historic strike for Comair workers - BDLive

R2bn boost for Dunlop tyre manufacturing in Ladysmith means jobs – Business Report

Department of Labour’s Grayston Drive inquiry: second sitting rescheduled - Business Report

Police general graduates with PhD - Daily News

"Ons CPUT werkers is gatvol” - GroundUp

CPUT employees protest over wages - Cape Argus

Cosatu to meet with all unions at Gupta businesses to ensure workers are paid and save jobs - SA Labour News

Klusener heads to CCMA, ‘not major’ say Dolphins - The Witness

Comair: Kulula, British Airways won’t be affected by Uasa strike - EWN

New labour federation good for SA, say experts - Business Report

NUM sets bargaining conditions for Sibanye and ropes Chamber of Mines in - Business Report

New labour federation good for country, maintain experts - Business Report

Comair faces disruptions due to strike by Uasa members – Business Report

Equal Education wants copy of jobs for sale final report - The New Age

Strike at Orbit TVET college intensifies - The New Age

Pension scam targets female government employees – The New Age

Kulula, BA passengers urged to check-in online amid strike - eNCA

Comair threatens to lock out striking staff in pay dispute - BDLive

New trade union federation on cards - TimesLive

CDE: SA’s unemployment crisis the worst in the world – SowetanLive


Get union and other press statements at SA Labour News