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, 18 July 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Police officers deployed to 10111 centres due to strike on Wednesday - News24

'Cops intervening heavily in Uber and meter taxi feud' – IOL News

Tshwane security guards accuse Msimanga of avoiding to address insourcing issue - EWN

Staking by dieretuin verby – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Aguma probeer tevergeefs dissiplinêre verhoor keer – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

SABC's Aguma in urgent Labour Court bid to challenge disciplinary hearing – News24

Police Minister to intervene in conflict between Uber drivers and meter taxi drivers – Fin24

Strike warning: Numsa warns of more Medupi and Kusile delays - Fin24

Scopa’s Godi concerned about spate of suspensions of top officials – EWN

Pretoria zoo strike comes to an end - IOL News

SACP wants Brian Molefe's R30m investigated – Fin24

Pretoriase dieretuin-staking verby – Maroela Media

Transport Minister denounces violence between Uber and metered taxi drivers - eNCA

Breakthrough for 289 Midrand workers dismissed 22 years ago - Fin24

Is die vet katte se salarisse billik? - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Dosente vir die laaste 4 maande sonder salaris – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Water portfolio committee 'alarmed' by director-general’s suspension - News24

DA urges Motsoaledi to intervene in impending pathologists strike - eNCA

Gautrain will not step up security despite Uber attacks - TimesLive

KZN man given urologist appointment in June 2021 due to shortage of urologists - Daily News

How a lack of engineers in municipalities puts infrastructure and service delivery at risk – BusinessLive

NUM concerned about ‘intimidation’ of workers at PMG Mine - The Citizen

Numsa warns 'intransigent' employers of possible strike in metal and engineering sector - IOL News

Patoloë dreig om nasionaal te staak - Maroela Media

Pathology strike over low wage hikes would seriously harm sick patients - BusinessLive

The best and worst time to look for a job in South Africa - BusinessTech

Asylum seekers entitled to UIF – GroundUp

Spazasparks to line up digital jobs - HTSyndication (The New Age)

Family of murdered Eskom employee plan march for justice – The Star

Police on high alert amid metered taxi, Uber standoff – SABC News

Cape oil and gas industry adds 13 000 jobs in a year - SowetanLive

Popcru warns its members not to side with 10111 'rogues' - TimesLive

Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s challenge of his SABC dismissal still on the cards - EWN

Hospersa wage strike at SANParks failed to get off the ground on Monday - SA Labour News

eThekwini manager hit by staff exodus - The Mercury

Mortuary workers accuse trade unions of 'selling out' - The Mercury

Gauteng metered taxi drivers blame Uber for fresh clashes - EWN

Security guards threaten ‘ungovernable city’ in protest - HTSyndication (The New Age)

SANParks urges travellers to go ahead as planned despite strike notice - The New Age

After death threats, clashes with minister, social security boss leaves – BusinessLive

BLF members allegedly assault amaBhungane journalist - eNCA

Uber war rages with over 15 pick-up points declared no-go zones – The Star

No-go zones declared as attacks on Uber drivers intensify – HuffPost

Uber, metered taxis accuse one another of intimidation tactics - Engineering News

Fewer medical schemes in store for SA as a result of NHI – Fin24

Saftu will back an engineering strike - The New Age

Tshwane to replace security guards with metro police – eNCA

Cosatu CEC to review ANC, SACP policy decisions - The New Age

eThekwini metro police head Eugene Nzama being ‘forced’ to take golden handshake – Daily News

Security guard union calls Tshwane mayor a ‘boy, a coward and a liar’ - The Citizen

Suspended SABC CEO James Aguma’s disciplinary hearing set to start on Tuesday - News24

Hlaudi may have to pay back R42m for dodgy TV studio - The Citizen

Outsourcing: Protesting guards demand job security in Tshwane - Daily Maverick

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