Today's Labour News

newsThis news aggregator site highlights South African labour news from a wide range of internet and print sources. Each posting has a synopsis of the source article, together with a link or reference to the original. Postings cover the range of labour related matters from industrial relations to generalist human resources.

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


Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Mpumalanga teams up with Cuban engineers to build quality RDP houses – SABC News

Election results a final warning to ANC to listen, says Cosatu - News24

CWU: Telkom has still not made us an offer - EWN

Healthcare and pharmaceuticals have highest number of women in senior posts – Fin24

Hawks issue warning to corrupt civil servants - SABC News

North West farm workers decry being refused to vote - SABC News

e.tv to slash newsroom staff - News24

Eskom employees to get pay hike of up to 10% - EWN

No end in sight in petrol strike - SABC News

Denosa demands action after nurses hijacked, robbed in KZN – News24

Numsa and NTM fail to get organisational rights at Transnet – Fin24

Numsa, NTM druipstert oor Transnet - Netwerk24 (limited access)

CWU embarks on ‘fully-blown’ Telkom strike - Fin24

CWU members strike at Telkom – ITWeb

KZN nurses ambushed and robbed in Ntambanana area, near Empangeni - Daily News

Tshwane buses back on the road, while talks with drivers continue - EWN

Performance reviews going out of style? - Business Report

How a national minimum wage can help SA - Fin24

12 jaar vir moord op prostituut - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Two security guards have been shot and killed in Atteridgeville – SowetanLive

Strides made, but women still lag in some sectors – Business Report

Cape traffic licence examiner killed on the job was ‘well loved, respected’ - News24

Duncan Village clinic in nursing staff crisis - DispatchLive

Domestic help told to get disability grant after dog attack - DispatchLive

BASF seeks to block strike action - HeraldLive

BASF workers on strike because of dispute over back pay - GroundUp

Witness tells how Putco bus went up in flames in Soweto on Friday – The Star

Kuruman traffic blockaded in protest over employment at Black Rock mine - SA Labour News

CWU members on strike at Telkom since Thursday - ITWeb

With strike still causing some petrol shortages, conciliation due to begin on Friday - SA Labour News

Still no end in sight to petrol sector wage strike - eNCA

Backlogs hold up health department’s mine compensation fund report - BDLive

Cash burning Lonmin at risk if it agrees to double digit wage lift - Miningmx

Numsa not yet on board with Eskom wage deal; Solidarity happy - Fin24

Department of Public Works warns of job scam - The Citizen

Eskom signs wage deal with unions - BDLive

Eskom-werkers skik oor lone - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Eskom strike averted after marathon wage talks brokered by CCMA - Fin24

Ten KZN police officers charged with corruption relating to dagga smuggling - The Citizen

Row over ban on Muslim student chefs having beards hits top Durban hotel - The Mercury

Solidarity study shows competition brings down banking charges – Business Report

Fawu to meet with SAB on Zenzele fate - Business Report

Vavi won’t say why the left fared so badly in municipal local elections - SowetanLive

Charge law enforcement killers with treason: Cosatu - Mpumalanga News

Employees of Terblanche Sand in Sasolburg on strike - Ridge Times

Só lyk die ‘seisoen’ van stakings - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Wave of strikes over wages hits several sectors - BDLive

National minimum wage: Is it time to pay up? - Financial Mail

Marikana: Shame on you, lying Lonmin that houses promised to workers still not reality - M&G(limited access)

The world moves on but the pain of the Marikana massacre in August 2012 endures - M&G (limited access)

Arbeidsmark: Gaan leeus, wolf of aasvoël seëvier? - Netwerk24 (limited access)


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