INSIDE LABOUR: The more things change, the more they stay the same

Jul 13 2018 06:00

Advances in productivity and innovation sadly have not always been accompanied by improvement in the lot of workers, writes Terry Bell.


Public servants cash out pension then return to work, report finds

Jul 12 2018 07:43

A report by the public service commission has observed a "lack of control" of resignations by public servants to cash out their pensions.


Gold mining sector starts wage negotiations

Jul 11 2018 21:10

Gold mining sector starts wage bargaining talks with labour unions, with the Minerals Council of South Africa urging all parties to act in the interest of the industry


Nehawu: Let us make submission to SARS inquiry

Jul 11 2018 21:09

Nehawu wants to make a submission before the Nugent inquiry on SARS governance, saying it will help uncover the truth by presenting the views of "ordinary people on the ground".


SA's new dawn - the devil is in the details

Jul 06 2018 06:01

The new dawn remains sadly remote for the moment. But if we ask the right questions, there may be hope on the horizon, writes Terry Bell.


SA jobs: Lies, damned lies and statistics

Jul 01 2018 06:02

Every year, on a regular basis, that old saying: “There are three kinds of lies – lies, damned lies and statistics,” comes to mind.


SALGA smooths municipal wage talks after dispute

Jun 28 2018 20:32

The South African Local Government Association stepped in during municipal wage talks after one union rejected a 7% increase offer and another union accepted.


INSIDE LABOUR: The role of remembrance

Jun 29 2018 06:01

There are moments in history that must be remembered for the profound influence they have on us, as we move toward more effective structures in the future, writes Terry Bell.


Chinese investors wary of SA red tape - official

Jun 22 2018 19:36

Chinese investors are concerned about the lengthy lead time it takes South Africa to conclude investment deals and turn around projects, according to a top official in the National Planning Commission.


Ramaphosa: Mining Charter must reposition industry

Jun 22 2018 19:01

President Cyril Ramaphosa laments the recent spike in mine deaths, while praising Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe for driving the public engagement process of the draft Mining Charter

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INSIDE LABOUR: The long road to decent work

Jun 22 2018 06:00

Workers of the world want and need to be treated equally and decently. But globally, this is the exception rather than the rule. Major structural change is clearly needed, writes Terry Bell.

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INSIDE LABOUR: The need for a national conversation about youth

Jun 15 2018 06:00

There is little for today's youth to celebrate as they contemplate the present and their future prospects. But as their predecessors showed, change can be driven and political will can be awakened, writes Terry Bell.

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