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Cape Town MyCiTi bus drivers’ strike over

mycitiThe illegal strike by some of the bus drivers employed by Kidrogen, a MyCiTi vehicle operating company, was over, the City of Cape Town said on Friday, adding that the MyCiTi bus service would be fully operational as from Friday afternoon.  

Mid-morning roundup of labour news on Friday, 31 October 2014

news shutterstockIn our Friday roundup, see summaries
of our selection of South African labour
stories that have appeared since mid-
morning on Thursday, 30 October 2014.

Some Ellerines’ furniture divisions being sold off to save jobs

ellerinesBusiness Report writes that the sale of some furniture divisions under the troubled Ellerine Holdings is under way, with Dial-a-Bed being the first on the list.  

Don't blame Cosatu’s problems on ANC, says Mantashe

mantasheThe friction in labour federation Cosatu could not be blamed on the ANC, party secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Thursday.  

March by casual Post Office workers in Pretoria on Thursday causes traffic chaos

protestThe Star reports that traffic in Pretoria came to a standstill on Thursday afternoon as casual employees of the SA Post Office (Sapo) took to the streets and marched to the Union Buildings to deliver two memoranda of demands.