weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Monday, 7 November 2016

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Drie van lugmag oorleef toe heli val – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Dispute over Cape Town’s notice on deployment of lifeguards – Cape Times

Fairtrade skors wynmakery tydelik oor werknemerstrust – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Higher minimum pay rates for domestic workers – Fin24

If you want a high paying job in South Africa, learn Mandarin - BusinessTech

Moody’s endorses platinum sector wage accords – BusinessLive

Cape Town trawler fire almost out – News24

New industries in smaller towns to boost growth and employment - SABC News

Spar store Kwazakhele, Port Elizabeth, closed by worker protest - GroundUp

Marikana murder accused continue to push for withdrawal of charges - TimesLive

Four top Tshwane metro cops back on the job after a year on suspension – Pretoria News

Buffalo City spends over R28m in overtime in just three months - DispatchLive

Poste gesnoei by Nelson Mandelabaai-munisipaliteit, miljoene gespaar – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Meet the 'Olympians' of Western Cape teaching – News24

New wage rates for contract cleaning employees - TimesLive

New minimum wage rates for domestic workers - TimesLive

CSIR employees rewarded for research – Pretoria News

Trawler still burning in Cape Town harbour - News24

Uasa, NUM ontsteld oor Amcu-ooreenkoms – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Perceived racism at CSIR leads to outrage and picket - IOL News

Survey rates SA’s most stressful jobs – Business Report

Werkers beroof terwyl hul koeie melk – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Tongaat Hulett’s R50bn project in KZN’s Sibaya Coastal Precinct to create jobs - Business Report

Cosatu shoots down Blade’s anti-state capture ideas - The Citizen

Maintenance skills crisis threatens to ground entire SANDF transport fleet - TimesLive

Army sends 20 riflemen to evict wife from home on army base – TimesLive

Get union and other press statements at SA Labour News