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 Thursday, 31 August 2017.

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Boithutong teachers accused of impregnating learners - SABC News

Patel: Corruption toll could be R27bn to GDP, 76 000 job losses - Fin24

Two busted for selling driver’s license at Stilfontein testing station – News24

Cape Town school teacher accused of sexual assault appears in court - GroundUp

Harmony Gold to hold memorial service on Monday for dead Kusasalethu miners - EWN

Parliament hears how Prasa is going off the rails - GroundUp

There is no ‘Plan B’, it’s President Ramaphosa and nothing else, says Cosatu - News24

Man wat kinders glo laat werk ‘nié ’n boer’ - Netwerk24 (limit on access)

‘Vakbonde moet pensioengeld beskerm’ – Netwerk24 (limit on access)

Cosatu to strike on 27 September against state capture, corruption - News24

CPUT guard sustains head injury in student protest - TimesLive

Probe into cash for places to study at UKZN continues – TimesLive

DA using Parliament to get rid of ANC: Cosatu - The Citizen

Cash guards among six held over theft of money bags - TimesLive

Jobs stable in vehicle manufacturing sector, despite tough times - SA Labour News

Bodies of last two trapped Kusasalethu miners recovered - News24

Cosatu to debate whether to support SACP at polls - M&G

Waste Recyclers Project expected to create jobs - SA Govt News Agency

Six things finance graduates need to prepare for – Business Report

Fury over attacks on firefighters – Cape Argus

Cosatu shows its support for Ramaphosa presidential campaign – The Star

Billing open day postponed as City of Joburg workers are on strike – TimesLive

Durban paramedics attending a crash injured by taxi – Daily News

Joburg Mayor Mashaba issues warning on ‘illegal work stoppages’ - The Citizen

City of Joburg workers refuse to work following colleagues' arrests - The Star

City of Joburg workers embark on strike in solidarity with colleagues arrested for fraud - TimesLive

Workers at Spif Beleggings Chickens vow not to return to work until demands are met – Bosveld Review

Western Cape water crisis: 17,000 jobs on the line – Cape Argus

Workers at Wesselsbron farm in Free State treated as slaves - eNCA

Opinion: Business must roll up its sleeves and invest in human capital - BusinessLive

SACP seeks Cosatu's backing in 2019 elections - Cape Times

Minimum wage for domestic workers may see some 'out of jobs' – Daily News

Minimum wage for domestic workers will improve their lives – Daily News

Ex-SA Express CEO paid R700k despite R35m wasted spend on his watch – Fin24

Aaron Motsoaledi takes flak from Cosatu over National Health Insurance - BusinessLive

NUM upset over mineworkers’ health, safety - The New Age

Reserve Bank’s consumer inflation target should be lower, says Kganyago - Moneyweb

Integrate informal waste pickers into the mainstream economy - Daily Maverick

How well paid are South African CEOs really? - Moneyweb

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