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, 31 July 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Month left before strike hits SA's supply of money - Cape Times

38 'coloured' schools in Gauteng go slow over black principal appointment - News24

Uber ruling on employees hailed by Department of Labour – Cape Times

DA says Marikana murderers 'must face the full might of the law' - eNCA

Eighteen men accused of killings in Marikana want charges dropped - SABC News

Sadtu in Gauteng calls off protest over district manager transfers in Johannesburg south – News24

One police officer killed‚ four others wounded in two separate attacks - TimesLive

Pick n Pay CEO: We had no choice but to offer voluntary retrenchments – EWN

How much the average employee gets paid at SA’s biggest banks - BusinessTech

Seventeen in dock for Marikana murders - IOL News

Hlaudi Motsoeneng challenges dismissal at CCMA on Tuesday - SABC News

Chamber, NUM round on Zwane fearing 200,000 jobs at risk - Miningmx

UJ says two accused senior council members stepped aside of their own volition – News24

Cosatu wants Faith Muthambi to pay back the money – News24

NUM calls on government to stop retrenchments in mining sector – SABC News

Unions consulting on revised NHLS offer prior to meeting of bargaining forum on Wednesday - TimesLive

Klipspruit schools plan go slow over black principal row – TimesLive

Eastern Cape Hawks boss to face sex pest inquiry - DispatchLive

6,200 call centre jobs created in Cape Town – EWN

Undue union influence and lack of knowledge typify teaching, CDE report notes - BusinessLive

‘Case against Marikana leaders smacks of hypocrisy’, says Right2Know – BusinessLive

Tot 200,000 kan hul werk in mynbou verloor – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

NUM calls for Zwane’s resignation, concerned by large number of retrenchments - Mining Weekly

Zwane 'worst mines minister since 1994', says NUM - Business Report

NUM to march against job cuts on Thursday – Business Report

South African rangers celebrated - The Mercury

Numsa rejects reports it has put its weight behind Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma - BusinessLive

Numsa says it pays its staff 'every 25th of the month‚ without fail' - TimesLive

Cape Town business robbery foiled but three officers wounded – TimesLive

SANParks bookings for 2018 open from Tuesday despite worker strike - EWN

Technology is killing jobs at Pick n Pay, but that’s not the whole story - BusinessTech

Pick n Pay profit slumps as retailer forks out for retrenchment plan - Fin24

Pick n Pay’s cuts since April to about 10% of workforce now completed- BusinessLive

NHBRC ‘suspends’ four executives – The Star

NUM to march on Tuesday against AngloGold’s retrenchment plans - Fin24

City of Cape Town’s support generates investment worth R2.67bn, with 6 236 jobs created - Engineering News

Nelson R Mandela medical school to stay shut - The Mercury

Trial of Marikana miners resumes on Monday – SABC News

Almost 200 zama zamas to appear in court on Monday – SABC News

Food prices could fall, reckon economists - The Citizen

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