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Census: nearly 30% of SA’s labour force unemployed

The recent census relating to employment had some more disconcerting results. Amazingly in a country where work seems to be in shortage strikes are still promoted as the best way to ... Continue Reading →
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Labour brokers close shop

There has been allot of closures of labour broking companies since government started clamping down. Almost 550 agencies have been closed, according to research done by Adcorp. Here ... Continue Reading →
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Labour unions urged to support ongoing mine strikes

The National Striking Committee, a body which claims to have been elected by striking mineworkers around the country, has called on labour movements to support the ongoing mine ... Continue Reading →
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Mine labour strife continues

After many months of strikes the unrest at the mines seems to have no end. Iafrica reports on some of the details and demands of the strikers. Mine labour strife continues Several wildcat ... Continue Reading →
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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 →

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 →
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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 →
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Stupidity of labour laws is behind the recent unrest

The laws pertaining to empowerment remains in place, yet it is clearly a form of reverse discrimination. The inability to review these laws is going to cost the economy dearly over ... Continue Reading →
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Cosatu wants to review strike process

Cosato is realizing that the results of the strike process is not beneficial enough for its members, and is considering a review of the strike process. Her is a article about the process. THE ... Continue Reading →
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Amplats hit by labour unrest

Labour unrest keeps targeting the mine’s Police keep watch as mineworkers take part in a march outside the Anglo American mine in the North West province. Johannesburg ... Continue Reading →