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, 21 August 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Durban city official gets his job back a day before Labour Court battle – News24

Toilet paper startup in Eastern Cape village wiping away unemployment - The New Age

Hof hoor landdros kry nie pos ‘oor hy wit is’ – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Former City of Joburg employee charged with 94 counts of fraud – TimesLive

About 30 people injured in Tshwane buses collision - EWN

Radebe asks court to strike Solidarity racial discrimination case off the roll - News24

Cosatu’s meeting next week to focus on strategy should Ramaphosa’s election bid fail – BusinessLive

Axing of crime boss evidence police management needs judicial review: police union – TimesLive

Cosatu calls on Zuma, 'incompetent' ministers to resign - IOL News

Saftu wants to have one million members by December - IOL News

Justice department taken to court over magistrate's promotion – Pretoria News

Numsa concerned about spate of attacks on rail workers - EWN

Woman sells matric certificates on Facebook - The Citizen

Cosatu: Granting Grace Mugabe immunity makes a mockery of SA's rule of law – EWN

Grace moenie weer haar voete in SA sit, meen Cosatu – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Prasa to talk to transport union about 19 collective agreement implementation issues - Business Report

Drunk taxi drivers a major concern for City of Cape Town - TimesLive

Mayor Mashaba fires another official in Joburg corruption crackdown - The Star

Ses wat jok oor diensbillikheid aangekla - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Six firms set for court over employment equity and ‘misrepresentation’ breaches - IOL News

Companies to appear in court for no EEA plans – SA Govt News Agency

Eskom explains Mabelane, Khalima reinstatement – SA Govt News Agency

Official lays charge of fraud against Gauteng transport MEC for failure to stop abuse of public funds – The Star

Staff at New Age and ANN7 told their jobs are safe after Guptas sell to Manyi - BusinessLive

Tshwane top cop job requirements receive backlash - Pretoria News

Klante, werkers by McDonald’s in Pretoria beroof - Maroela Media

PPC intervenes for job creation - HTSyndication (The New Age)

Workers in Mahushe Shongwe Nature Reserve upgrade receive bicycles - HTSyndication (The New Age)

Minister Jeff Radebe subpoenaed over magistrate's promotion - EWN

Boss of eThekwini's development agency takes personal loans to pay staff salaries – News24

Fitness tests for Cape Town seasonal firefighters – Cape Argus

KZN education department to conduct race probe at Durban school – TimesLive

Only half of those with Matric are employed – TimesLive

Two employees suspended from Durban school for alleged racism - The Mercury

Fear in Marikana after two union leaders assassinated over alleged Amcu graft - IOL News

The shocking facts and figures of how food prices have risen – The Citizen

Western Cape volunteer firefighter to be posthumously honoured with Order of Mendi – EWN

Opinion: The pile of unpaid retirement benefits is a national crisis that needs multilateral action – BusinessLive

Eskom denies dragging feet over handling of allegations against Koko - BusinessLive

Eskom: Reinstatement of two senior officials above board - EWN

Opinion: Decriminalising dagga can create jobs – Fin24

Investors to tackle Koos Bekker over Naspers pay policy – BusinessLive

Solidarity takes Jeff Radebe to court over failure to promote magistrate – News24

Jakkie Cilliers: Labour and economic policy in South Africa – Daily Maverick

Serious questions asked of Naspers’ exec pay policies - Moneyweb

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