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Breakthrough for Midrand workers - report

Jul 18 2017 16:43

A draft “integrity report” drawn up by a Johannesburg City Council official has found that 280 Midrand workers sacked more than 22 years ago “seem to have a valid claim” about details of their dismissal.


Labour brokers take fight to court

Jul 16 2017 06:00

Labour brokers will have at least another year’s grace before the contentious “deeming” provision potentially shuts down a large part of their industry.


Trade unionist Martin Deysel dies

Jul 11 2017 16:34

Martin Deysel, the trade unionist who successfully fought to have the ballot papers for South Africa’s first non-racial parliamentary elections printed in the country, has died.


Pensions a major feature in public sector pay talks

Jul 11 2017 06:00

The need for checks and balances on the administration of public sector pension funds will be a major feature of the looming public sector wage negotiations.


Numsa blames ANC's minimum wage policy for 'chaos', strike plans

Jul 07 2017 18:48

The ANC's national minimum wage policy is causing chaos in the engineering sector, claims the National Union of Metalworkers of SA as it prepares to strike.


New minimum wage for hospitality sector

Jul 07 2017 13:09

The minimum wage for SA's hospitality sector has been revised upward with effect from July 1 2017.


Taxi council suspends plan for July 12 strike

Jul 06 2017 10:00

Taxi operators have suspended plans to strike on July 12, pending the outcome of talks with Transport Minister Mkhacani Maswanganyi.


Chamber of Mines lodges urgent interdict against Charter

Jun 26 2017 17:31

SA’s mining minister usurped Parliament’s powers by publishing the much contested new Mining Charter, the Chamber of Mines argues in court papers.


Sugar workers could down tools

Jun 25 2017 12:25

Discussions regarding strike action by around 1 000 Illovo employees in KwaZulu Natal will begin on Monday after wage negotiations resulted in a deadlock.


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.


'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.

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