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, 25 July 2016


Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Plaaswerkers kry stemdag af - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Kusile residents march for power plant jobs - The Star

SABC Labour Court case the first of its kind, notes Bemawu - SABC News

PE school takes out bond to pay teachers’ salaries - IOL News

Bogus Alexander Forbes reps offer to recover unpaid pension benefits - eNCA

Telkom CEO’s pay hits R14.5 million - BusinessTech

Unemployment remains an issue in Gauteng's two major metros – SABC News

Mining industry supports efforts around unclaimed benefits, says lung disease group - Fin24

Ceppwawu serve strike notice on employers in chemical industry - Business Report

Staking in chemiese bedryf beplan deur Ceppwawu - Maroela Media

Parliamentary employee insubordination hearings start on Tuesday - BDLive

Lafarge denies allegations of ‘union bashing’ - Engineering News

Lafarge SA refutes Cosatu’s accusations of arrogance and union bashing – Business Report

Labour Court to hear case of another three SABC axed journalists on Thursday – SABC News

How much programmers and designers get paid in South Africa - mybroadband

Survey shows digital agency programmers earn 26% less than ICT sector - Fin24

SABC judgment to be handed down in Joburg, not Cape Town - News24

Richards Bay IDZ poised for investment, jobs boost - Engineering News

Angry parents close Bethelsdorp primary school demanding 10 more teachers – GroundUp

Verkeersman buite huis doodgeskiet - Netwerk24 (limited access)

SA needs vocational training: McKinsey Global Institute - Business Report

SABC, employees set for another court battle on Thursday - City Press

Red flags can help detect payroll fraud - Cape Times

Durban nurse seeks HIV compensation after needle jab - The Mercury

Durban bus strike continued on Monday - Daily News

Seven in dock after Hartbeesfontein cop’s killing - IOL News

Sewe vas vir moord op polisieman van Hartbeesfontein – Maroela Media

Staff ructions at MUT – Daily News

Student union SAUS threatens year-long varsity shut-down over free higher education – News24

Judgment in case of four dismissed SABC journalists expected on Tuesday - News24

SA junior doctors call for new regulations limiting excessive working hours - eNCA

Axed SABC staff await their fate - The Star

SA tourism seeing 'spectacular recovery': Minister Hanekom - EWN

Wage agreement with Numsa still eludes vehicle manufacturers - Business Report

Billions of rands in unclaimed benefits owed to former miners - Business Report

Unemployed youths in southern Cape towns sell scrap for a living - The New Age

Pensioner tracing shame - The New Age

Tertiary institutions under severe financial pressure – SABC News

Working graduates could be taxed to fund free higher education - TimesLive

Quarterly jobs survey results on Thursday will be a barometer - BDLive

Action over salaries to heat up at Necsa – BDLive

Abuse of pension fund-backed loans under scrutiny - BDLive

South African Express manager suspended for alleged bribe taking – BDLive

Weight of research demolishes the arguments against a minimum wage – BDLive

Former miners still to claim R30bn in benefits - The Citizen

Midvaal protests are ‘sign of ANC desperation’ - The Citizen

Time to rethink the retirement system? - Moneyweb


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