weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Thursday, 28 April 2016


Chronological with latest web postings at the top


Civilian doctor arrested for sexual assault on female soldiers: SANDF - eNCA

Cosatu in Gauteng to mobilise communities to vote for ANC in upcoming elections – SABC News

Marikana killings: Widows to plea for $9.1m from BASF - Fin24

Speakers tour Europe to highlight Marikana and mineworkers conditions - eNCA

DA condemns millions spent on salaries of suspended DOT employees – EWN

Illegal Marikana housing occupants given grace period - SABC News

Cosatu slams formation of new labour federation - SABC News

Wits hires 11 black academics in bid to further transformation - BDLive

Electronics industry powers job creation in Cape Town - BDLive

Only a united labour movement can force Zuma to go, says Vavi - EWN

Take-home salaries in SA taking strain – Fin24

Disposable salary growth still slowing, with even smaller increases expected - BDLive

Clover workers strike in demand of union recognition - BDLive

Solidarity’s 60,000 estimate undershoots job loss prospects: crisis imminent – Fin24

SA mining industry is ‘most dangerous’ sector to work in: Fedusa - SABC News

Telcos lack female employees – ITWeb

All police recruits receiving training in human rights - BDLive

Union threatens nationwide Post Office strike - Fin24

Post Office employees ‘feel like a step child ignored by govt’ - EWN

Study reveals teachers’ terror of classroom bullies - HeraldLive

Korter opleiding van polisierekrute 'maak sin' - Netwerk24

I did not call for Mbeki’s removal, says Vavi - The Citizen

Former constable gets life for Klapmuts cop’s murder – IOL News

Man lewenslank tronk toe weens moord op polisielid - Netwerk24

Hearing of Limusa’s recognition dispute with Toyota SA and Numsa adjourned - SA Labour News

A first ever workers summit planned for month end - Cape Talk

Union threatens more strike action over salary increases at Post Office - BDLive

Private practitioners reject NHI - City Press

Natu not consulted over proposed licencing of teachers - SABC News

Mall of Africa creates 60 000 jobs: Makhura - ANN7

Cosatu threat to Capitec - The New Age

The key to job creation - Financial Mail

CWU planning strike at Post Office for Thursday and Friday next week - EWN

South Africa’s CPI reveals how volatile inflation hurts the poorest – Daily Maverick

SAPS cuts training ‘at expense of quality’ - TimesLive

Soldate wil werk ná optog in 2009 - Netwerk24

Vakleerling sterf: Eskom-man kry werk nie terug - Netwerk24


Get union and other press statements at SA Labour News