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 Tuesday, 29 August 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Unstable conditions hamper rescue efforts at Kusasalethu Mine – EWN

Ex-municipal CFO ordered to cough up R100k for fraud - Diamond Fields Advertiser

KZN education department to continue acting against teachers caning pupils – EWN

Family members identify bodies of Harmony mine accident victims - SABC News

Parliament hears about 'fake' expat tax proposals – Fin24

Salary and wage demands by Samwu submitted to Magalies Water - Business Report

Clothing sector seeks urgent solution to downgrades impact – Fin24

Developing infrastructure, corruption intolerance among job crisis solutions: Maimane - EWN

The 'FNB 4' must be reinstated with immediate effect, says PPF - Business Report

Mynsterftes 2017: Rede tot kommer sê Solidariteit - Maroela Media

Soektog duur voort na vasgekeerde mynwerkers by Harmony Gold – Maroela Media

Nzimande encourages women to become artisans - SABC News

Women artisans, apprentices saluted – SA Govt News Agency

This is how the DA plans to create jobs in their metros - HuffPost

Oorsese werkers pleit; tesourie sê hy sal luister - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Pupils put teachers under siege (video) - eNCA

Plaas veiligheid eerste, pleit Solidariteit ná sterftes - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

‘Veiliger in weermag as in myne’ - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Cosatu Free State demands answers on Mbuyiselwa Phajane Mnguni's death – Business Report

FNB denies that it spied on employees – Fin24

Trade union Solidarity reacts to Eskom's board request to pay Brian Molefe - Business Report

Corruption charges laid against suspended Eskom CFO - TimesLive

Manyi says racism case against Guptas over ‘monkey’ slur is ‘speculation’ - The Citizen

Staalbedryf se ooreenkoms 'te duur' - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Treasury urged to review double tax on expat workers - Fin24

More teachers are turning to the stick to enforce discipline: unions - Daily News

Hostile crowds force Cape Town firefighters to flee – TimesLive

City of Johannesburg condemns the burning of Rea Vaya Bosmont station - The Citizen

NUM calls for rescue of the remaining trapped miners – Business Report

Private Security Sector minimum wages set for a rise from 1 September - SA Labour News

Cosatu to tackle issue of job losses with Gigaba - EWN

Reg om belasting op te dok vir oorsee werk, sê EFF - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Baie stem teen PPC voorsitter se amper R1,2 m. - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Bogus doctor bust by Health Professions Council - eNCA

Rescue teams hope to find missing Kusasalethu miners by Tuesday evening – EWN

Kusasalethu Mine fatalities: Chamber of Mines extends condolences - The Citizen

ANC asked to take up racism complaint against Rajesh Gupta for calling guards 'monkeys' - BusinessLive

Former FNB employees claim bank spied on them before dismissals - EWN

Miners relive the screams and cries for help as tremor hit - News24

Gauteng emergency services workers threaten shutdown next month if demands not met - EWN

Government accused of ignoring millions who are owed payouts from retirement funds - eNCA

Top finance official still at work despite kickback claims – BusinessLive

How the fight against illegal mining threatens to explode - BusinessLive

Uber launches safety features to protect drivers – BusinessLive

Metals and engineering wage deal signed but not sealed as bosses split up – BusinessLive

NUM wants efforts to rescue trapped Kusasalethu miners to be stepped up – IOL News

Naspers’ N shareholders very unhappy with executive remuneration policy - Moneyweb

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