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Inside Labour

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.

Inside Labour

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.

Opinion

Inside Labour: Austerity, democracy and wishful thinking

Jun 08 2018 06:01

Many unions are facing falling membership following squabbles and splits, claims of corruption, or lack of democracy. The labour movement is in crisis - weaker than it has been for years, writes Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

INSIDE LABOUR: Minimum wage, innovation and persecution

Jun 01 2018 06:00

The waste picker programme in Brazil's “greenest city on earth” shows an integrated approach, based on people's needs, can clearly pay off, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

OPINION: Too much murk in dealings by the PIC

May 27 2018 09:46

Are Cosatu-affiliated trade union investment companies, under the umbrella of Cosatu Investments, in line to be helped by the Public Investment Corporation to a R15 billion debt-funded share deal, asks Terry Bell?

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Court threat to the PIC

May 25 2018 07:49

The PIC, the state-owned manager of nearly R2trn of public sector workers’ pension funds, has until month end to come clean or face formal legal action, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Still none so blind as those who will not see

May 18 2018 06:00

Despite the mantra that more economic growth would mean more for everyone, wealth always tends to rise to the top of an exploitative human pyramid, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Farming highlights the system's insanity

May 11 2018 06:00

Government, perhaps encouraged by the unions, can take steps to introduce stability and fairness to those who suffer most in the economic system we are all trapped in, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: So much talk, so little sense

May 04 2018 06:00

The real crisis right now seems that there is too little openness and honest discussion about real issues such as the minimum wage and land expropriation, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Turmoil, tension and some unity

Apr 27 2018 08:00

This past week has been one of the most tumultuous weeks in recent labour history, raising several important political, financial and ethical questions, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: History, spies and the need for transparency

Apr 20 2018 06:00

Events placing journalists in the firing line highlight the need for transparency, and for workers to open debate wherever wrongdoing is suspected, says Terry Bell.

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Inside Labour: Sagarmatha - a wake-up call for labour

Apr 13 2018 06:00

The controversy surrounding Sagarmatha Technologies offers a clear analysis of what digital computing and artificial intelligence mean for the future of work and workers, says Terry Bell.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Minimum wage debate highlights internecine feuds

Apr 06 2018 06:02

The SA labour movement is relatively weak and in a state of flux, with a largely unnoticed internecine war for members and influence going on, says Terry Bell.

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