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, 13 November 2017.


Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

NHI could go same route as e-tolls, Davis Tax Committee warns - Fin24

Harmony Gold, Amcu reach agreement to end Kusasalethu strike - EWN

Suspect arrested following attack on JMPD officer in Hillbrow - EWN

Department can't act against SGB teacher accused of kicking 8-year-old girl - Daily Voice

Eskom has healthy stockpiles at power stations ahead of potential coal wage strike - EWN

Government must leave workers' UIF money alone, says Cosatu on Fees Commission – News24

Congregants' attack on metro cop embarrassing, says Samwu – IOL News

Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu hit by third strike of the year - Miningmx

If you do not have skilled management, you don't have a business: IBASA – Business Report

16 Frere Hospital cleaners in hot water for ‘new set of key duties’ - DispatchLive

Two arrested after JMPD officer assaulted by church mob – TimesLive

Civil engineering bargaining council strengthens negotiation skills through training - Engineering News

12 polisiebeamptes afgedank oor korrupsie by grensposte - Maroela Media

Fees Commission: TVET colleges could be biggest winners - News24

NHI ‘will require trade-offs’ in form of finances from other projects – BusinessLive

Dozen corrupt cops get the chop after president's visit to KZN border posts – TimesLive

Harmony Gold approaches Labour Court over wildcat strike at Kusasalethu - EWN

Twelve corrupt cops stationed at border posts dismissed after internal investigation - The Mercury

Heher report proposes TVET colleges should be fee-free - TimesLive

SAPS top brass not fit to take police to next level, says SA Policing Union - Cape Argus

Boyfriend shot KZN soldier in DRC 17 times - Daily News

Hard work pays off for Sactwu’s Spring Queen 2017 - Cape Argus

Western Cape Metrorail fights back, nabs seven for various offences - EWN

Durban security guard's hand chopped off - Daily News

Church claims congregants were provoked into attack on JMPD officer - EWN

Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu mine hit by wildcat strike over firing of Amcu leaders - Mining Weekly

Square Kilometre Array project creates over 7,000 jobs – Cape Times

Department of Water and Sanitation pays bonuses despite parlous state of finances - BusinessLive

Traditional healers call summit on pseudoscience in healthcare “medical apartheid” – Cape Argus

Nursing agency owed R6.2m stops providing nurses to Rahima Moosa Hospital – IOL News

Mbalula says Cape Town police must make an example of EMS attackers - EWN

Solidarity demands information about GEPF’s investments - SA Labour News

Sibanye-Stillwater donates a state-of-the-art mathematics laboratory to Virginia secondary school – HTSyndication (The New Age)

Congregants attack metro cop, grab gun - The Star

Gruesome death at Pretoria University due to ‘inadequate training’ – The Citizen

Saturday-shift dispute at Home Affairs still unresolved - BusinessLive

Finance minister Gigaba supports salary hike for MPs, ministers - BusinessLive

Gauteng school staff forced into sex for jobs – TimesLive


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