weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Tuesday, 18 October 2016


Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Wits staff protest against police on campus – GroundUp

Black staff, students at Wits complain about safety – SABC News

Bungled Tshwane city hall upgrade leads to disciplinary hearings for two officials - BusinessLive

Transport MEC condemns Joburg taxi protest on Tuesday – IOL News

‘SAUK speel nie oop kaarte oor SAUK 8’ - Maroela Media

Twelve traffic cops arrested for alleged sale of driver's licences - News24

Staff back students in Stellenbosch protest - eNCA

Parliamentary inquiry into SABC board postponed – IOL News

Robert McBride heads back to work at Ipid after 18-month suspension - BusinessLive

Wits academics and support staff join call to remove police from campus - TimesLive

‘Sadtu's reasons for opposing systemic tests don't stand scrutiny’ - GroundUp

Amcu-lede betoog in Trichardt oor salaris verhoogings – Ridge Times

Trollip: ‘Gebruik eerder plaaslike arbeid’ – Netwerk24 (limited access)

NW health department in disarray, with negligent overtime payments a big issue – IOL News

Taxi drivers block Joburg streets on Tuesday - TimesLive

Eastern Cape traffic officers’ outstanding overtime ‘being processed’ - DispatchLive

Dud KZN school officials to face the music - IOL News

Paramedics robbed at knife point at Howick Falls - TimesLive

KZN matric exam marking to be impacted if tertiary students not available to assist – The Witness

More than 70 apply for NMB municipal manager post - HeraldLive

Over 500 KZN teachers not paid this year - The Mercury

Durban train delay on Tuesday sparks violent commuter protest - The Citizen

IT sector in South Africa battling to find skilled employees - MyBroadband

Nelson Mandela Bay Metro bus service gets R93m lifeline - HeraldLive

Taxi drivers block roads in and out of Atteridgeville on Tuesday morning - EWN

Skills deficit hurts employers and job-seekers – Business Report

Mining “TRC Two” seen as a first step towards addressing trust deficit - BusinessLive

Phiyega frustrated with pace of inquiry into her future - TimesLive

Numsa may embark on retail motor sector strike - eNCA

The most difficult positions for SA employers to fill – Fin24

Survey shows tradesmen and also executives and managers in short supply - BusinessLive

Employment goes up, but joblessness up too - The Citizen

Marikana lessons: This is our new normal, says Lonmin boss on #FeesMustFall - City Press


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