weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Chronological with latest web postings at the top

NUM hits out at banks over Oakbay – The New Age

Statement at Phiyega inquiry contradicts Marikana evidence - The New Age

Treadmill of top cops going nowhere - Cape Times

Eastern Cape Social Development to employ over 100 social workers - SABC News

Cosatu to discuss Oakbay matter at Nedlac – SABC News

No link between cheap labour and farm attacks, says AfriForum - SABC News

North West community demands employment at local Pilanesburg Platinum Mine – SABC News

Teachers on a go-slow in Mooiplaas school in Mpumalanga - SABC News

Council says only highly skilled nurses are in short supply - BDLive

No end in sight to Teti Traffic strike - IOL News

Marikana order came from management, cops tells Phiyega inquiry - IOL News

Court dismisses challenge against collective bargaining extension - BDLive

'Tactical option' on Marikana came from top cops, Phiyega inquiry told – News24

Witness denies any knowledge of meeting day before Marikana massacre - BDLive

North West promises that temporary teachers will be paid on Thursday - News24

Lily Mine in crisis, workers paid R650 - The Citizen

Phiyega inquiry hears testimony from Marikana police response team commander - TimesLive

Survey finds jealousy the main reason for workplace assaults - News24

Three construction workers seriously injured by falling glass at Menlyn Park Mall - News24

Aggrieved "Sun City" prison warders embark on strike - BDLive

Free Market Foundation loses collective bargaining court challenge - IOL News

Johannesburg committed to developing job intensive economy, says Tau – BDLive

Lily Mine workers get paid R650 each for April - News24

Teti Traffic strikers gather at Sanral offices to await outcome of CCMA wage talks - BDLive

Eastern Cape health workers in protest over non-payment - HeraldLive

Retired policeman takes stand to highlight pension plight - HeraldLive

Buffalo City Metro mayor forced to flee workers’ memorial service - DispatchLive

Cape Town Metrorail misery to continue - IOL News

Cops opened fire on us, say Teti Traffic protestors – IOL News

Appels, bessies verskaf hiér werk aan talle – Netwerk24

Four protesters shot during Sanral strike – The Citizen

Cosatu boss got cold feet at rally - The Star

Teti Traffic contract workers protest as wage talks continue - EWN

Post Office management to meet CWU in bid to avert strike - SABC News

Brace for more strikes, Vavi warns government – Daily News

Post Office strike going ahead, says union – Fin24

Post Office braced for mass action this week - IOL News

Phiyega probe: Top cop loses round one - Pretoria News

'Blood on her hands!': Marikana support group at Phiyega inquiry - News24

Postal revival in peril as CWU members prepare to down tools over wages - TimesLive

Day one of Phiyega inquiry sluggish - The Citizen

Phiyega's 'secret meeting' prior to Marikana massacre - TimesLive

Witnesses expected to testify at Phiyega inquiry on Wednesday - eNCA

Retirement savings industry lament onerous asset allocation rules - BDLive

Teti Traffic workers set to continue strike action on Wednesday - eNCA

Phiyega inquiry given nod for fresh evidence - BDLive

Twee polisielede werk nog, al roof hulle met geweld - Netwerk24

Opinion & Analysis: The old leaders will be the death of trade unions - Moneyweb

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