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, 17 July 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Search goes on for eight missing fishermen - Cape Times

Commuters to be part of probe into public passenger transport sector - Cape Times

amaBhungane considering legal advice following alleged BLF attack on journalist – News24

Sassa CEO was forced to resign, claims Scopa chair – News24

Security guards demand to be in-sourced by Tshwane – News24

Uber, meter taxis accuse one another of intimidation tactics – News24

Uber wants help from Fikile Mbalula – Fin24

IT salaries in South Africa in 2017: What people really earn - MyBroadband

Illegal protest by Samwu workers continues unabated in Thabazimbi in Limpopo – SABC News

Parliamentary portfolio committee mourns loss of fishermen at sea - The Citizen

Tasima-werkers se salaris ’n probleem weens geskil – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Sassa CEO: ‘I didn’t resign, my contract was terminated’ - Moneyweb

Impending strike could lead to more lay-offs in steel industry, Solidarity warns - Engineering News

Tshwane security guards march for pay increase, permanent jobs - The Citizen

Uber driver dies weeks after vehicle set alight in Pretoria - News24

Derek Hanekom challenges Molefe to give away his Eskom millions to workers - The Citizen

SANParke-staking begin nie soos verwag - Maroela Media

'Lucky we don't fight black people': BLF to amaBhungane journo after alleged assault - News24

Two women pulled out of an Uber by metered taxi drivers in Sandton - The Citizen

Molefe ‘was nie eens geregtig op Eskom-pensioen’ - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Suspension of water and sanitation director-general alarming, say MPs - The Citizen

Eskom-vrou glo vermoor oor sy wou praat - Maroela Media

Eskom employee murder case postponed to September - The Citizen

Uber SA wants to meet with Mbalula over violent turf war with metered taxis - The Citizen

Cosatu furious after typos delay Unemployment Insurance Act - eNCA

Police looking for other suspects in murder of Eskom’s Thembisile Yende - TimesLive

Lonmin boosts Q3 turnaround on upped output, but suffers fatalities - Mining Weekly

Search for eight missing fishermen resumes on Monday - News24

SABC wants R11.4m 'bonus' back from Motsoeneng and mulls laying criminal charges – BusinessLive

As NHI looms, medical schemes nervous – The Citizen

Delay of mining charter welcomed by legal experts – Business Report

How skills development can transform the finance field – BusinessLive

How technology stumps many local teachers - BusinessLive

Alleged killer of Eskom’s Thembisile Yende back in court on Monday – News24

The pension like no other: The truth of Molefe’s R30m Eskom ‘golden handshake’ exposed – Daily Maverick

The steady erosion of the foundations of the GEPF – Moneyweb

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