Protect existing jobs first, says Fedusa general secretary

2018-10-22 22:00

Protecting existing jobs remains the first responsibility for organised labour in SA, Dennis George, general secretary of Fedusa, tells Fin24.

MyCiti bus strike enters third day

2018-10-17 09:27

A "wildcat" strike by MyCiti bus drivers entered its third day with some routes disrupted in Cape Town.

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WATCH: MyCiTi employees' 'wildcat' strike continued on Tuesday

A "wildcat" strike by MyCiTi workers appeared to enter its second day as the bus service announced disruptions on several routes around Cape Town. Watch.

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SA's unemployment crisis in numbers

2018-10-02 07:15

The Jobs Summit, which will kick off later this week, is a effort by various stakeholders to find solutions to SA’s unemployment crisis.

#GuptaLeaks: How Sahara handed SA jobs to foreigners

2018-09-20 06:57

The #GuptaLeaks show how Gupta agents Ashu Chawla and Naresh Khosla abused their positions as company directors to sign off on dodgy employment contracts.

Cosatu elects its first female president

2018-09-18 11:12

Zingiswa Losi has been elected president of trade union federation Cosatu after being nominated unopposed.

Numsa heads to court to stop asset sale of Gupta-linked VR Laser

2018-09-18 05:45

The National Union of Metalworkers of SA is heading to the high court to try and save the jobs of its members by preventing the sale of assets of VR Laser.

Three-year wage deal reached at AngloGold Ashanti

2018-09-17 15:19

AngloGold Ashanti has concluded a wage agreement with AMCU, UASA and Solidarity for a three-year period.

SABC’s ‘restructuring’ the same as retrenchments, say unions

2018-09-14 15:01

Unions say that despite claims by the public broadcaster that the word ‘retrenchment’ is not in the broadcaster’s vocabulary, it is essentially considering retrenchments.

Commission plans to intervene in Sasol strike - Solidarity

2018-09-07 20:49

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration wants to assist in defusing the strike launched by trade union Solidarity at Sasol, over its empowerment share scheme.

 

WATCH: Have you heard of the famous salad that makes you go into labour?

2018-10-22 12:11

Romaine, watercress, walnuts and gorgonzola, topped with a balsamic vinaigrette, have the power to induce labour? Apparently. These moms swear this salad made them go into labour hours after eating it.

Ramaphosa ignores calls for moratorium on farm evictions

2018-10-17 06:12

Activists say a moratorium is necessary to secure the tenure rights of all farm dwellers.

Wheels of change: Women make their mark in Cape Town's transport industry

2018-10-07 09:08

Changing perceptions about what women are capable of doing is a difficult task, says Maria Dumekude, who started as a cleaner and now works as an auto electrician among her mostly male colleagues.

British politician pledges to break up 'cartel' of big four accounting firms in radical overhaul

2018-09-24 16:30

The big four accountancy firms could be broken up as part of a radical change promised by the British Labour party, the shadow chancellor John McDonnell says.

No agreement at CCMA between Solidarity and Sasol

2018-09-19 20:00

No agreement could be reached between Solidarity and Sasol at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration, says the union.

Mokonyane opposed to possible retrenchments at the SABC

2018-09-18 07:57

The communications minister has noted with concern the SABC board's view that retrenchments are the only way to turn the public broadcaster around.

SATAWU members at Denel Aeronautics plan to down tools

2018-09-17 19:58

The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union claims it is set to down tools at Denel Aeronautics due to a deadlock in wage negotiations.

A chance or curse for labour

2018-09-16 10:29

Never before has it become so compelling for organised labour to stand up with one voice and participate in shaping the 4IR, writes Frans Baleni.

PowerFM suspends talk show host JJ Tabane

2018-09-12 12:54

Tabane has been suspended for using the station to apologise to acting GCIS director general Phumla Williams for his conduct during his time as adviser to former minister Faith Muthambi.

Sasol says it's ready for Solidarity’s ‘clever strike’

2018-09-03 18:55

Sasol has contingency plans in place for the strike by Solidarity which could last for three weeks.

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