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 Saturday, 17 June and Sunday, 18 June 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Sunday (18 June)

Cosatu criticises the endorsement of Dlamini-Zuma for ANC president - SABC News

Sibanye Gold to resume operations at Cooke mine after violent strike - EWN

Families get court orders for autopsies amid Gauteng mortuary strike crisis - News24

Tasima en RTMC steeds haaks oor salarisse – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Growing calls for Gauteng government to intervene in mortuary strike – EWN

Court orders autopsies as Gauteng mortuary strike continues - IOL News

Mines minister defends new mining charter – Moneyweb

Staking in metaal- en ingenieursbedrywe kom dalk - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Gauteng mortuary strike talks deadlocked – SABC News

The most popular degree combinations in SA right now if you are looking for a job - BusinessTech

Zwane’s Mining Charter: Risking jobs in a recession – Daily Maverick

Op-Ed: Who will really gain from the new version of the Mining Charter? - Daily Maverick

eNatis war between RTMC and Tasima puts 79 jobs on the line – Sunday Independent

Cancer crisis at Durban public hospitals due to staff vacancies set to worsen - Sunday Tribune

Saftu welcomes price-fixing probe into pharmaceutical companies - EWN

Nie eens kwart van SA bevolking medies gedek - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Gideon du Plessis: Arbeidsvrede ís moontlik - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Only judicial inquiry can find solutions to Eskom’s crisis, says NUM – SABC News

SABC staff rebel against bosses loyal to Hlaudi Motsoeneng: report - MyBroadband

Werknemers van binnelandse sake staak nie meer - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Re-enlistment of former police officers worries SA Policing Union – SABC News

Striking Samwu members in Mangaung due back at work on Monday - eNCA

Crime intelligence officers threaten to strike over deployment to police clusters - City Press

FSB takes steps to recover R255m of missing mineworker pension money - City Press

Farlam hits back at Phiyega’s attacks on him and Marikana commission – City Press

Cops and private security in Mashishing in unholy alliance – City Press

ANC takes Cosatu, SACP to task over Zuma snub – City Press

Saturday (17 June)

Two police officers found dead in the Free State - News24

Police union rejects returning officers keeping old ranks – eNCA

Lenasia family wins court order for mortuary to perform post-mortem - EWN

Knysna salutes SA’s heroic firefighters – BusinessLive

Home Affairs workers win in Saturday pay dispute – EWN

Tshepo One Million Expo celebrates young people - SABC News

SAPS embarks on re-enlistment process - eNCA

Trials of son of cop killed in Marikana - Saturday Star

Opinion: The top cop with the tin heart - Weekend Argus

Dangerous shortage of metro police in Durban - Independent on Saturday

Backlog of up to 250 bodies as Gauteng pathologists continue with strike - Saturday Star

Brown: Molefe not entitled to reappointment over state capture - EWN

Transport union disappointed as minister opposes court bid for safer workplace - eNCA

FSB acts against qualification, exam fraud by FPI staff – Personal Finance

Molefe lied about taking early retirement at Eskom, Minister Brown attests - eNCA

Old infrastructure, theft derailing Metrorail - Weekend Argus

How ending tax exemption on foreign income could affect your employees – BusinessLive

Brian Molefe voluntarily resigned, Lynne Brown says in affidavit - EWN

Opinion: Farewell, Phiyega. You and your mishaps won’t be forgotten - The Citizen

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