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.

samwu thumb medium80 78ANA reports that Luthando Juju, Deputy Secretary of the SA Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) in the Eastern Cape, on Thursday said that the Provincial Executive Committee had fired provincial secretary Milton Myolwa.  

CCMASowetanLive reports that self-styled prophet Samuel Radebe of the Revelation Church of God has failed to honour an order to pay his former bodyguard some R100,000 for unfair dismissal for having sought a sangoma's help.  

earningsBDLive reports that banking group Nedbank has succumbed to shareholder pressure, forcing it to review its executive pay policy and to claw back awarded bonuses.  

evrazBusiness Report writes that just a month after Evraz Highveld Steel in eMalahleni was shut down, retrenched workers and the town’s municipality have already started counting their losses.  

amcu thumb medium80 81SABC News reports that production at Wonderfontein Coal Mine in Mpumalanga has been halted for nearly three weeks.  

cosatuBusiness Report writes that Cosatu has described Thursday’s Constitutional Court ruling on the Nkandla upgrades as “exceptionally significant” for strengthening SA’s growing democracy.  

solidariteitCaxton News Service reports that Solidarity has vowed to give its assistance in investigating the cause of the collapse at Lily Mine in Mpumalanga.  

gunTimesLive writes that Western Cape police officers are in hot water again for allegedly shooting at another group of workers travelling in a taxi.  

parliamentAfter having received support from members of Parliament’s Labour Portfolio Committee on 17 and 24 February 2016 and on 9 March 2016, the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) Bill has been referred to the National Assembly.  

pikitupANA reports that negotiations to end the four-week strike between Johannesburg waste-management company Pikitup, the City of Johannesburg and workers affiliated to SA Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) broke down again late Thursday.  

weblinksOur links page provides references to South African labour news reports we have come across on the Internet on Thursday, 31 March 2016