People will rise up if there is no change in the levels of inequality, unemployment and poverty, Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu has said.
In our Thursday roundup, see summaries of our selection of South African labour stories that have appeared since mid- morning on Wednesday, 22 October 2014.
Business Day writes that productivity on mines around the world took a back seat during the commodities boom, as companies chased production, but now that markets have cooled, productivity and its decline are back as a key concern for CEOs.
Business Day reports that the Treasury on Wednesday insisted that National Health Insurance (NHI) remained a government priority, despite the delay in publishing policies outlining its shape and cost.
Bonuses amounting to hundreds of millions of rand will be paid to Transnet pensioners, the parastatal indicated on Wednesday.
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