weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Wednesday, 6 July 2016


Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Paramedic bloodied on Cape Town’s M5 in attack with brick – Cape Times

Unarmed traffic cops shot in Khayelitsha for their guns - Daily Voice

IRR calls for improvements in the public health sector - SABC News

Number of shack dwellers on the rise in city with highest paid manager - TimesLive

Above-inflation pay hike demands could aggravate inflation-growth dilemma - BDLive

Post Office fires 228 workers - eNCA

South African military’s chief of joint operations dies - BDLive

Things heat up outside the SABC between SACP and Motsoeneng supporters - BDLive

Public Service Commission finds delays of up to 10 years paying out pensions - BDLive

Severe rate of job losses reflects declining metals and engineering sector - Engineering News

‘Any attack on SABC’s Motsoeneng is an attack on SA artists' - EWN

Man accused of killing Cape Town officer in April denied bail - EWN

I do not earn R2.4m a year‚ says Emfuleni manager - TimesLive

Sibanye in R6m Free State education boost - Mining Weekly

Cosatu urges government to increase public transport subsidies - SABC News

Metro-bestuurders kry vet salarisse ondanks vrot oudits - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Condolences for family of Eskom contract worker who died at Medupi – SA Govt News Agency

Bar set high for Correctional Services recruits -SA Govt News Agency

ANC can't control Minister Muthambi, claims Vavi – News24

Civil servants owe millions to NSFAS for study loans - HeraldLive

Icasa strike action stretches into third day on Wednesday - Fin24

Icasa expresses willingness to negotiate to seek end to strike - SA Labour News

Post Office fires 288 Gauteng workers who went on illegal strike in June - TimesLive

Salary surveys help determine market worth - ITWeb

CWU vows to support SABC’s Motsoeneng - The Citizen

NUM demands better than 7% increase from Eskom - EWN

Court battle looms over ‘unlawful’ recruitment process for PE municipal director - HeraldLive

Metals and engineering sector in a critical condition, says Seifsa - Business Report

222 Western Cape teachers guilty of using corporal punishment - Cape Argus

Vantage Goldfields may sue AfroCan for Lily Mine deal - Business Report

At R3m, Tshwane metro municipal manager is SA’s highest paid official - SowetanLive

Only two doctors for 200 patients at Butterworth Hospital - DispatchLive

Acsa lays complaint against three former employees - HeraldLive

My hell at the SABC: Vuyo Mvoko – The Star

Amcu believes mine companies should be sued for every worker’s death - JacarandaFM

Editorial: Job losses small but mounting - BDLive

FSB’s Rosemary Hunter digs heels in on delinked view of watchdog project - BDLive

‘Kry skakel tussen vergoeding, prestasie reg’ - Netwerk24 (limited access)


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