Half of Cosatu workers say violence ‘helps’ strikes

According to a worker survey of Cosato members almost half of them believe that violence is necessary during a strike to achieve the results they require. here is a article by Carol ... Continue Reading →

Labour protest further blow to Medupi build schedule

by Siseko Njobeni, 07 September 2012, 08:44 WORKERS at Eskom’s Medupi power station site in Lephalale, Limpopo, were sent home yesterday after vehicles and equipment were damaged ... Continue Reading →

Labour minister hails Woolworths employment equity drive

LABOUR Minister Mildred Oliphant on Friday commended Woolworths, for its “unwavering effort to genuinely address transformation in the workplace through the implementation of ... Continue Reading →

Samsung to investigate labour violations

By Reuters Samsung Electronics said yesterday it would inspect 250 Chinese companies which make products for the South Korean firm to ensure no labour laws are broken after a US-based ... Continue Reading →

Oliphant blames delayed labour laws for Marikana

Oliphant blames delayed labour laws for Marikana by Alistair Anderson, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant. Picture: SUNDAY WORLD   LABOUR Minister Mildred Oliphant said on Friday ... Continue Reading →
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Labour Expected To Lose Steam

  Following a cautiously optimistic third-quarter recovery, South Africa’s hiring pace is expected to slow down noticeably in the last four months of the year, according to the ... Continue Reading →

Wine industry puts label on labour-relations fix | Land & Agriculture | BDlive

The wine industry have a bit of a tarnished international reputation relating to labour issues. Here is a move towards fixing this… QUALIFYING wine makers in the Western Cape ... Continue Reading →
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Don’t hijack labour disputes for own ends: Zuma – Times LIVE

President Jacob Zuma at Marikana. He says politicians should not hijack labour disputes such as the Lonmin issue for their own interests. President Jacob Zuma has called on “politicians” ... Continue Reading →

LETTER: Review labour policies

DAM Habib (SA has competing policies on creating equality, September 11) does not do justice to Mike Schussler’s recent argument (Lonmin’s poor workers are not as poor as they think, ... Continue Reading →

Labour market takes the shine off SA’s competitiveness

I appears that South Africa’s labour markets are not flexible enough. we cannot shift workers from one economic activity to another rapidly and at a low cost. Article by : Wiseman ... Continue Reading →