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Labour Wrap: Public sector set for tough pay talks

Jun 22 2017 05:00

Unions should highlight the hypocrisy of a government that claims to support job creation while freezing vacancies in the public service, says Terry Bell.


Municipal workers' 23-year saga nears its end

Jun 21 2017 10:24

Delegates representing the Midrand municipal workers sacked nearly 23 years ago will meet with human resources personnel to review the official file of their claimed unfair dismissal.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Spotlight on sale of repossessed homes

Jun 16 2017 07:28

Auctions of repossessed houses are an invitation to corruption that can involve collusion between sheriffs, lawyers and estate agents, says Terry Bell.


'Exorbitant pricing' of Quantum at centre of taxi strike

Jun 15 2017 10:16

The increasing price of owning a taxi is at the centre of the taxi strike that has crippled transport across Gauteng.


SEE: Top excuses for taking a day off from work

Jun 13 2017 19:19

A new survey has unveiled some of the leading excuses used by workers who fancy a day off from work. Some sound pretty genuine.


40% of SA workers plan on 'pulling a sickie' this winter - survey

Jun 12 2017 15:06

A combination of miserable weather and the expected spate of colds and flu in winter makes June and July the most popular months to take a duvet day, a survey shows.


Municipal workers hopeful of settlement after 22 years

Jun 09 2017 12:20

A group of former Midrand municipal workers say they are finally in sight of a settlement about claims of unfair dismissal and of being deprived of pension monies owed to them.


Strike action looms at Home Affairs after talks collapse

Jun 08 2017 19:10

The Public Servants Association of South Africa is gearing up for a strike after a dispute to change the work week from 5 to 6 days without any additional compensation.


NUM issues warning as unions and coal miners agree to collective wage talks

Jun 08 2017 13:55

The NUM has warned against mining companies bargaining individually, as the Chamber of Mines announced an agreement between unions and miners to continue collective wage talks.



Engineering strike ‘inevitable’, says Numsa seeking 15% wage hike

Jun 08 2017 13:23

Numsa says employers in the engineering sector have responded to its 15% wage increase with proposals that will result in a downward variation of conditions.


No taxi protests planned 'for now' over rising price of Quantum

Jun 08 2017 12:56

There will be no taxi protest "over the escalating price of the Toyota Quantum in Durban for now”, the SA National Taxi Council (Santaco) has announced.

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