weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Saturday, 16 July and Sunday, 17 July 2016


Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Gesin eis ná man sterf toe muur op hom inval - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Durban’s Public Order Policing (Pop) Unit to embark on go-slow from Monday - Sunday Tribune

Nzimande urges TVET colleges to better lives – SABC News

Minister Zwane welcomes steps taken to stop illegal mining in Limpopo - SA Govt News Agency

Shocking short cuts by construction companies revealed at labour department inquiry - City Press

Data expose Black professionals still earn significantly less than white counterparts – Fin24

Fourth year UKZN med school student charged with faking matric results – Sunday Tribune

How sex workers are avoiding HIV infection – GroundUp

MeerKAT creating jobs, skilling locals - SA Govt News Agency

SABC showdown with Icasa looms - Sunday Independent

SABC leaves R60m trail of big executive payouts - Sunday Independent

Picture of SABC dictator gone rogue emerges from ConCourt affidavit – IOL News

Mugg & Bean en Debonairs werkers staak in wildtuin – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Werkers pak ‘platsak’ Denel oor bonuses - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Gideon du Plessis: Staking-seisoen is maak of breek - Netwerk24 (limited access)


Saturday

We’ll burn Uber down, say Cape Town metered taxi drivers - Weekend Argus

Staking dreig by Eskom - Maroela Media

‘Business unionism’ destroying union movement - Business Report

Sex workers expect to cash in on International Aids Conference – Independent on Saturday

Sanco calls for review of Employment Equity Act - eNCA

Welkom cops seek info after security officers robbed, raped - IOL News

Merely meeting quotas not enough to combat gender disparity: Shabangu – The Citizen


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