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, 16 May 2016

Chronological with most recent web postings at the top

Pick n Pay HR officer ‘called coloureds lazy’ - Cape Times

Gauteng MEC Lesufi rubbishes claims he could be linked to ‘jobs for cash’ scandal - EWN

Numsa hails two historic court rulings in favour of "super-exploited mineworkers" - BDLive

Western Cape EMS personal attacked and robbed – SABC News

Threat of job cuts is a lifetime threat, says Amcu as it prepares for wage talks – Fin24

Metrorail mess hobbles Cape Town businesses - Cape Times

Sadtu demands new way of allocating teachers to schools - BDLive

Prasa to close Durban railway lines if protestors continue to target them – SABC News

Understanding the silicosis judgment - GroundUp

Students demand more teachers at Sizimisele Technical High School in Khayelitsha - GroundUp

Women on the boil in Table Bay Harbour shipyard - Cape Argus

Western Cape MEC under fire for threatening workers who attended national govt. event - Cape Times

Uber driver partners to be licensed as transport operators - SA Govt News Agency

Nurses enraged by Motsoaledi’s ‘devils in white’ statement - Pretoria News

Joburg CBD firefighter deaths due to breaches - The Citizen

Lonmin advances, but Magara warns of testing wage talks - Miningmx

Amcu to start talks with members on platinum pay demands - BDLive

Amcu looking for 'living wage' from platinum mine bosses - Fin24

Sactwu in court showdown over Good Hope Centre - Cape Argus

Royal Bafokeng confirms mineworker’s death at Rasimone Platinum Mine – Business Report

Paramedic arrested for hijacking his colleagues – Daily Voice

Mining companies left to get away with murder, says TAC’s Anele Yawa – SABC News

ARM shares bears brunt of silicosis class action ruling - Business Report

Judge Motata may have earned R13m over 10 years while on special leave - The Star

Phiyega ‘should be fired’ for violating the Constitution - City Press

Misstep led to death of two firefighters - The Star

Joburg firemen's deaths blamed on human error - TimesLive

Nurses praised and criticised - The New Age

Lily Mine’s business rescue practitioner aims to get operations restarted - BDLive

Silicosis case puts the gold sector on trial - BDLive

Eastern Cape pensioners to continue Parliament protest - eNCA

Studente rand UJ prof aan - Netwerk24

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