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, 22 November 2016

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Nog 16 000 in Vrystaat werkloos – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Polisieman doodgeskiet, een gewond in Philippi-Oos – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Minimum wage will increase labour costs, says Solidarity - The Citizen

SA's unemployment crisis: Economy screaming for reforms - Fin24

More than 70 bodies recovered in Welkom mine shafts - SABC News

Durban mortuary strike leaves families waiting to claim dead relatives – Daily News

Hard work is needed to improve employment rate - SABC News

Protest over ‘slave wages’ hits Pretoria Sheraton – IOL News

Minimum wage policy 'regressive', says Nomura economist – Fin24

Lehohla: Government failing to meet NDP employment targets - EWN

Nehawu calls for Eastern Cape education boss’s head - DispatchLive

SABC committed to developing unemployed youth - SABC News

Lack of inclusive growth behind rising unemployment, says Fedusa – Business Report

Unemployment rises, but so do employment figures - City Press

Golden handshake offer to CPUT vice-chancellor to avoid hearing - SowetanLive

15,000 domestic jobs shed in the third quarter, says Stats SA - The Citizen

Minstens 15,000 huishulpe het hul werk verloor tussen Julie en September – Maroela Media

Busa ‘wil wyd konsulteer oor minimum loon’ - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Untu slams ‘malicious’ Transnet over disregard of court order – Business Report

African Farmers’ Association calls for subsidy after minimum wage proposal – eNCA

Lutzville boer Vrydag in hof nadat hy glo werker aanrand – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Korrupsie algemeen by binnelandse sake sê waghond - Netwerk24 (limited access)

DA weer hof toe om Hlaudi uit te smyt - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Minimum loon vererger werkloses se lot, sê Solidariteit – Netwerk24 (limited access)

‘Sektore van ekonomie moet eie minimum loon kry’ – Netwerk24 (limited access)

SAA crew member bust with 35 000 pills – IOL News

Numsa denounces ‘slavery wages’ plan and ‘extremely dangerous’ Ramaphosa – BusinessLive

Stinging attack on Ramaphosa by Numsa over 'slave wages' – Fin24

Phiyega’s term may end before disciplinary matter concluded – IOL News

Who is going to pay for South Africa’s national minimum wage? - BusinessTech

Economy adds nearly 300,000 jobs but the overall picture has not improved - BusinessLive

Employment up in third quarter - SA Govt News Agency

Unemployment rises to 27.1% in third quarter of 2016 - Fin24

Busa weighing national minimum wage proposal carefully - BusinessLive

Hidrobreking sal 2 600 poste skep, nie 700 000 - Netwerk24 (limited access)

Sal jy kan oorleef op R3 500 per maand? – Netwerk24 (limited access)

Neotel clears up retrenchment rumours – ITWeb

Report into Phiyega’s fitness to hold office ready for Zuma - SA Labour News

‘Minimum wage ought to be R5,000 and above’: ANCYL - TimesLive

Proposed minimum wage is affordable for business, says Terry Bell - EWN

Assault accused farmer out on R1 000 bail – Cape Times

With public sector jobs under pressure, employment of black graduates could dry up - TimesLive

Low-income earners relieved at national minimum wage proposal - Business Report

Wage deal averts retail motor and fuel strike - SABC News

Minimum wage ‘won’t help workers’, says IRR - The Citizen

National minimum wage would trump sectoral stipulations - BusinessLive

Four-page report on selling of teacher posts ‘not a whitewash’, says SACE – City Press

Minimum wage: SA moves to calm labour market – Business Report

Boer vas oor aanranding op werker - Netwerk24 (limited access)

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