There are hundreds if not thousands of public servants who are facing disciplinary action - they did not benefit directly, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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The strike by about 300 members of Numsa at the Hisense manufacturing plant in Atlantis, north of Cape Town, is still ongoing.
Although the judgment may at first seem confusing, a careful analysis of its outcome sheds more light, writes Bradley Workman-Davies.
A strike at the Hisense manufacturing plant in Atlantis north of Cape Town has put all production on hold for the time being.
The UIF, as a caring organisation, understands the current economic situation and unemployment in the country, as well as the devastating impact that is appended to losing a job.
South Africa is one of three African countries to have ratified the International Labour Organisation's Domestic Workers Convention, which places a duty on governments to ensure fundamental rights and prevent abuse. But enforcement still poses a challenge.
The SA government has made significant changes to employment equity reporting requirements, says the compliance manager at Sage Africa & Middle East.
Employment Equity trends for the period between 2016 and 2018 show that top management positions in the private sector are dominated by white males.
The two unions say they are pleased with the 8% wage increase they say they got from SAA, ending their week-long strike at the embattled state-owned airline.
The City of Tshwane has suspended A Re Yeng Bus Rapid Transport and A Re Yeng Mamelodi Bus operations following wage disputes, the municipality has revealed.
South Africans making their annual trip home from abroad were surprised to land at OR Tambo International Airport to find out connecting flights to their respective hometowns were cancelled.
The trade union federation said it had noted with anger the developments in the municipality that began with water shortages and electricity blackouts.
Welcome to 2020, the start not just of a new year, but of a new decade — and one that promises to be more turbulent than anything in recent memory, writes Terry Bell.
The case of about 200 former Ekurhuleni municipal workers who claim that they should have been made permanent employees was heard at the Labour Court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on Tuesday.
It's time to look at the underlying causes of SA's problems, says Terry Bell.
SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali said the national carrier had paid the outstanding balance on November salaries, to all of its employees.
After "very difficult" negotiations, RBPlat has announced a new five-year wage deal it says will bring a period of stability.
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu says government cannot afford to bail out struggling SOEs like SAA, but that does not prevent workers from going on strike.
An aviation expert, a political party, a non-striking union, an industry body and a business chamber weigh in on the impact of the SAA strike.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said unions are risking the future of SAA and jobs.
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