Today's Labour News

newsThis news aggregator site highlights South African labour news from a wide range of internet and print sources. Each posting has a synopsis of the source article, together with a link or reference to the original. Postings cover the range of labour related matters from industrial relations to generalist human resources.

weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Monday, 30 May 2016

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Police say goodbye to captain, major titles - Cape Times

SABC decision on coverage of protests 'deeply patronising', says Cosatu - News24

Durban construction bosses under siege from mafia-style uMlazi business forum – Daily News

A week after Hammanskraal killings, company that employed workers still silent - News24

SA Air Force maintenance suffering from loss of skilled technicians - defenceWeb

Special Report on Marikana: The blame game – Mail & Guardian

Cosatu eis dat SAUK sy uitsaaibesluit heroorweeg - Netwerk24

Cosatu calls on SABC to rethink censorship on protests – Business Report

Metal sector employers want audit of MEIBC’s books before approving levy increase - SA Labour News

Cape schools allowed to fall into ‘ultimate decay’, claims Sadtu – Cape Times

Gestorwe soldate vereer - Netwerk24

Solidarity‚ AfriForum to outline legal challenge to sport quotas - SowetanLive

Rural areas need new economic engines to create jobs - SA Govt News Agency

Sibanye won’t soft soap unions after Kroondal strike ended - Miningmx

Opinion & Analysis: Mines can put gold price respite to good use - Mineweb

Fourth killer gets 15 years for constable’s death - DispatchLive

Amcu calls an end to wildcat strike at Sibanye’s Kroondal platinum mine - Fin24

Amcu-werkers terug op hul pos by Kroondal - Netwerk24

Gauteng taxi strike averted pending conclusion of talks - BDLive

Regstappe teen sportkwotas beplan deur Solidariteit en AfriForum – Maroela Media

SABC says staff social media politics ban is part of existing policy - BDLive

Workplace misconduct remains unreported often for fear of victimisation – BDLive

Government ‘will intervene to help SA’s steel industry’ - Business Report

Impala Platinum’s missing miner still not found - SABC News

Sibanye expects Amcu strikers back at work at Kroondal on Monday – BDLive

More pragmatism needed to make National Health Insurance a reality – Daily Maverick

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