Since 2004, complaints have piled up against Hlophe. The list is filled with allegations you don't want a senior judge to face, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Local salaries are under pressure as companies seek to automate and cut costs, recruitment agency Michael Page said.
Unemployment is not a new problem in South Africa and the continuation of this problem raises suspicion around whether the government has a plan to deal with this problem which has been becoming worse year after year, writes Mcebo Dlamini.
In summary, the ANC ruling elite cannot, and do not wish to connect the dots, the economy is anathema to them.
We need a government which says what it means and does what it says, and not a government that speaks with a forked tongue where our economic policy is framed by who they are addressing, writes Herman Mashaba.
Telkom has issued a notice to cut as many as 3 000 jobs - nearly a third of its workforce - across multiple departments, as the company looks to streamline its operations amid falling earnings and changing market conditions.
We have an employment crisis and it doesn't seem to be due to a shortage of qualified candidates.
South Africa's hiring outlook for Q1 of 2020 is the weakest it has been in five years, according to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey.
Due to its lower entry requirements the hospitality industry lends itself to being able to create jobs for young people, according to Helen Lebone, Hilton Worldwide Regional HR director for Africa and the Indian Ocean.
The South African Payroll Association has been inundated with queries regarding their expected annual bonuses in December.
The SA government has made significant changes to employment equity reporting requirements, says the compliance manager at Sage Africa & Middle East.
Less than a month into 2020, South African companies have already announced thousands of job cuts.
Training starts at the beginning of 2021.
Almost anything you can think of, the Chinese small-time workers will be producing, somewhere in China, from large cities to the absolute smallest of rural villages and settlements.
New skills like learning blockchain, the technology that enables cryptocurrency, and affiliate marketing, made the list for the first time.
The jobs outlook in South Africa is the worst it’s been in years. Here's how to land a job.
The state has a limited capacity to create jobs - it's already regarded as being in an over-borrowed position and has a colossal monthly interest bill to pay its lenders, so it can't do much now.
Bullying in the workplace is rife and something that employees in South Africa deal with on a regular basis, says the business director of a corporate cultural specialist company.
Breweries, mental health practitioners' offices, and oil and gas extraction have all seen increases in employment in the last two and a half years.
Big tech companies, long seen as some of the world's most desirable workplaces, are losing some of their shine it seems.
President Ramaphosa operates in the world of politics. In South African terms, it is a world of windy rhetoric, scapegoating, pandering to special interests and the endless evasion of responsibility. A prime signifier of this has been government's approach to its state-owned enterprises, and its deep reluctance to consider retrenchments there, writesTerence Corrigan.
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