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 Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

‘Sege vir SAUK-4 is sege vir al agt’ – Netwerk24 (limited access)

South Africa's labour market worrying, says Gordhan - SABC News

SABC Four ruling has direct ramifications for remaining Four - SABC News

Terry Bell: The flaw in the minimum wage debate - Fin24

Wag op spoorlyn in kop geskiet, van vuurwapen beroof - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Once an ANC stronghold, Marikana residents likely to pin hopes on EFF - BDLive

Neasa believes minimum wage will lead to job losses - EWN

Ceppwawu expected to go on strike in petroleum sector on Thursday - EWN

Ceppwawu to embark on a strike in the petroleum industry - The New Age

Sanef praises reinstated SABC journalists - EWN

Man gevonnis oor mensehandel - Maroela Media

SABC would be foolish to oppose our three members’ case, says Bemawu – News24

Why national minimum wage is good for SA economy - Fin24

City of Joburg, Microsoft to train 1 million people in computer skills – SABC News

Solidariteit en Numsa betoog by Denel - Maroela Media

This is the average salary in South Africa by race and industry - BusinesTech

SABC4 excited but cautious after court victory – City Press

Solidarity and Numsa members at Denel protest over late payment of bonuses - defenceWeb

Reinstated SABC journalists still to benefit from thousands raised in crowd funding initiative – TimesLive

57 kids rescued from human traffickers' clutches - IOL News

Mensehandel: 57 kinders in plek van veiligheid - Maroela Media

SAUK-joernaliste ‘hoef nie bang te wees, sê Foeta Krige - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Necsa, unions still in wage negotiations - Engineering News

War of words between AfroCan, Vantage intensifies over failed Lily deal - Mining Weekly

Solidariteit soek verslae oor raskwotas vir hofsaak - Netwerk24 (limited access)

It wasn't cold outside the SABC, says journalist after court victory - News24

SAUK wil nie sê of afgedanktes welkom is - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Violence against IEC staff escalates during election time - EWN

Two Pretoria ‘cop killers’ face string of other charges - The Citizen

Mass action threatened if SABC staff not reinstated as ordered – IOL News

SABC won’t say if journalists to be allowed back at work in accordance with ruling - BDLive

Quotas to be introduced for Proteas - Sport24

More than 200 Western Cape teachers charged with assault on pupils – News24

Battle won, but war must go on, says Solidarity after SABC reinstatements - News24

New tax bill may kill employee share schemes - Moneyweb

Labour Court finds SABC’s dismissal of four journalists unlawful - BDLive

Concern mounting over shutdown of PE schools over teacher shortage - HeraldLive

Telkom hikes CEO Sipho Maseko's pay to R14.5m - Fin24

Amplats boss believes there is little appetite for platinum wage strike - Business Report

Lafarge dismisses Cosatu’s accusations – Business Report

Cosatu warns Lafarge against dismissals - The New Age

Fired Nelson Mandela Bay metro police chief wants job back – HeraldLive

DA’s Athol Trollip unfazed by claims of farmworker abuse – BDLive

Durban bus strike called off - Daily News

New report indicates national minimum wage should be R4,500 to R5,500 a month – TimesLive

This is what South Africa’s national minimum wage should be, according to research - BusinessTech

IMF boss backs less protection, more jobs in SA – City Press

Studying boosts career options - News24

Video report paints grim picture of sex worker abuse – eNCA

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