Job security worsens in South Africa - report

2015-05-19 08:37

Job security in South Africa fell in the last year, driven down by a sharp drop in the employee confidence index, Solidarity’s labour market report shows.

Cell C considers job cuts

2015-05-07 17:01

More job losses may hit the local telecommunications sector as mobile network Cell C is starting consultations around possible retrenchments.

SAPS job document was a 'wish list', court told

2015-03-16 19:00

A document indicating that there are three jobs available in the SA Police Services crime intelligence internal audit unit is a "wish list", the Labour Court in Johannesburg has heard.

Phiyega not in court for whistleblower case

2015-03-16 12:41

Police commissioner Riah Phiyega has not arrived at the Labour Court, despite trade union Solidarity claiming she would testify in a case against the SA Police Service.

Most municipalities dysfunctional - Solidarity

2015-03-05 13:12

More than a third of local municipalities are dysfunctional, trade union Solidarity says.

Judgment reserved in prisons' equity case

2015-02-19 19:32

Judgement in an appeal against a ruling on employment equity within correctional services has been reserved by the Labour Appeal Court.

Comair cabin staff strike looms

2015-01-24 14:22

A strike certificate has been issued to Solidarity after salary negotiations with Comair broke down, the trade union says.

Solidarity seeking order against police

2014-10-17 08:34

Solidarity is heading to the Labour Court in order to try and force the police to redeploy whistleblower Colonel Kobus Roos in a similar position.

Solidarity's contempt of court application dismissed

2014-10-15 13:27

The Labour Court has dismissed an application to find the correctional services department in contempt of court for apparently not using regional demographics when making appointments.

Solidarity scores win in Saps equity plan

2014-10-09 15:22

The SA Police Service has conceded that Solidarity's application to be involved in consultation on the Saps's employment equity plan for 2015 to 2019 is urgent.


South Africa's glimmers of hope

2015-05-12 08:19

South Africans are not going to sit back and watch passively as all hope we have of a better future disappears into the sand, says Max Du Preez .

Solidarity mining union demands 12% wage hike

2015-04-10 19:40

Solidarity trade union, which mostly represents skilled workers in the mining sector, has demanded a 12% increase from the Chamber of Mines.

Roos wants to return to crime intelligence

2015-03-16 14:40

Colonel Kobus Roos wants to be redeployed to the SA Police Service's crime intelligence unit, the Labour Court in Johannesburg has heard.

Eskom could axe 3 400 white employees - Solidarity

2015-03-11 21:15

If Eskom follows its race targets strictly, up to 3 400 white employees could lose their jobs, according to trade union Solidarity.

Aurora dismissal a 'victory' - union

2015-03-04 05:00

The dismissal of Khulubuse Zuma's application to have claims of R1.5bn against Aurora Empowerment Systems set aside is a victory for workers, trade union Solidarity says.

'Coloured, black' discrimination argument turns emotional in court

2015-02-19 16:57

An argument over whether coloureds received the same discrimination as blacks during apartheid has become emotional in the Labour Appeal Court.

Solidarity equity application dismissed

2014-11-27 07:36

An urgent application by trade union Solidarity that it be consulted on the SA Police Service's new equity plan has been dismissed by the Labour Court.

Labour Court dismisses Solidarity's application

2014-10-15 13:42

The Labour Court in Cape Town has dismissed an application to find the correctional services department in contempt of court.

DCS in contempt of court over jobs - union

2014-10-11 07:16

The correctional services department has not abided by a court order to take regional demographics into account when making appointments, the Labour Court in Cape Town has heard.

Phiyega: No apologies for affirmative action

2014-10-01 14:10

Government and business should never be apologetic about implementing affirmative action, national police commissioner Riah Phiyega says.

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