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Government must not be dragged into labour: Oliphant
24/10/2014 20:44
Government must not be dragged into labour: OliphantGovernment involvement in industrial relations operational matters is undesirable, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant said on Friday.
SANDF warns against recruitment scam
21/10/2014 17:04
SANDF warns against recruitment scamThe South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has issued a stern warning regarding a fraudulent recruitment scam purported by a group calling themselves Amabutho Royal Defence
22,000 jobs created: Stats SA
30/10/2014 14:26
A total of 22,000 jobs have been created between the second and third quarters of this year, Statistics SA said on Thursday.
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22,000 jobs created: Stats SA22,000 jobs created: Stats SA
30/10/2014 14:26
A total of 22,000 jobs have been created between the second and third quarters of this year, Statistics SA said on Thursday.
 
Post Office workers march to Union BuildingsPost Office workers march to Union Buildings
30/10/2014 12:03
There is visible police presence outside the Tshwane mail sorting centre where scores of striking Communication Workers Union (CWU) have started gathering ahead of their planned march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Thursday.
 
Government must not be dragged into labour: OliphantGovernment must not be dragged into labour: Oliphant
24/10/2014 20:44
Government involvement in industrial relations operational matters is undesirable, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant said on Friday.
 
SANDF warns against recruitment scamSANDF warns against recruitment scam
21/10/2014 17:04
The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has issued a stern warning regarding a fraudulent recruitment scam purported by a group calling themselves Amabutho Royal Defence
 
CCMA takes R100m lease agreement to courtCCMA takes R100m lease agreement to court
16/10/2014 22:57
The CCMA has turned to the courts to try and cancel a R100 million lease agreement for its Cape Town headquarters, MPs heard on Thursday.
 
Solidarity's contempt of court application dismissedSolidarity's contempt of court application dismissed
15/10/2014 11:39
The Labour Court in Cape Town on Wednesday dismissed an application to find the correctional services department in contempt of court for apparently not using regional demographics when making appointments.
 
Cwele asks Post Office, unions to end strikeCwele asks Post Office, unions to end strike
10/10/2014 15:17
Telecommunications and Postal Services Minister Siyabonga Cwele on Friday asked the SA Post Office (Sapo) and unions to call on workers to end their strike.
 
Stop lying to workers: BaleniStop lying to workers: Baleni
9/10/2014 11:59
Mine management must stop lying to workers, National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) general secretary Frans Baleni said on Thursday.
 
Cosatu battling financially: DlaminiCosatu battling financially: Dlamini
2/10/2014 15:24
Cosatu is battling financially as a result of legal action, its president Sidumo Dlamini said on Thursday.
 
' Convert 7945 casual workers into permanent employees': SAPO' Convert 7945 casual workers into permanent employees': SAPO
2/10/2014 15:02
Plans to remove the SA Post Office's (Sapo) board of directors and executive management are at an advanced stage, the Communication Workers Union (CWU) has said.
 
Sapo: No contractual obligations were brokenSapo: No contractual obligations were broken
25/9/2014 11:46
THE embattled SA Post Office (Sapo) had not broken any contractual obligations regarding salary payments to its employees, it said today (Thursday).
 
Experts query relevance of Nedlac’s ‘talk shop’Experts query relevance of Nedlac’s ‘talk shop’
10/9/2014 14:58
The relevance of Nedlac came under the spotlight after its annual summit last week, with observers saying the bargaining body was just “a talk shop”.
 
Labour laws contribute to strikes: NeasaLabour laws contribute to strikes: Neasa
20/8/2014 12:34
Labour laws contributed to the prolonged, violent strikes the country has seen in various industries.
 
Mining must benefit majority: RamatlhodiMining must benefit majority: Ramatlhodi
13/8/2014 10:42
Mining must be used to benefit the majority of the country's people, Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi said on Wednesday.
 
Parties to mull Neasa lock-outParties to mull Neasa lock-out
6/8/2014 12:14
Neasa has refused to sign the recent wage settlement agreement reached between the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of SA (Seifsa).
 


 

 




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