Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Past and present deputy directors of public prosecutions at the National Prosecuting Authority will finally receive their increases and benefits after a decade-long battle.
Cape Town's aggrieved firefighters will go back to work until a court hears a formal application regarding a dispute over standby allowances, the City of Cape Town says.
While all of the City of Cape Town's fire stations have been operating with a full staff complement, it will have to "wait and see" if this remains the case after the SA Municipal Workers' Union warned that firefighters will no longer work overtime owing to a pay dispute.
The City of Johannesburg says emergency management services (EMS) will not be affected by the suspension of 230 firefighters who embarked on an illegal strike.
Unfortunately, retrenchment is a reality that many employees are faced with. Knowing what your rights are – and understanding the legality around the retrenchment process – is extremely important.
About 300 workers at Johannesburg-based Metrobus will be striking on Monday, and it can last indefinitely, says a union official.
About 400 workers at Shoprite subsidiary Transpharm are striking in a bid to secure salaries of R12 500.
Apple and its supplier Foxconn admitted they have been using too many temporary workers to staff an iPhone factory in central China, as a labour rights group accused them Monday of a number of workers rights violations.
Non-compliance with the law by some Mpumalanga security companies has led to guards being exploited by their employers, the Department of Labour has found.
The latest report from the Commission of Employment Equity shows that white males still dominate top management positions, and more has to be done to improve the representation of African and coloured populations in the workforce.
In the annual report the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration said it managed to prevent 15 787 retrenchments out of a possible 38 588 during the 2018/19 financial year.
Members of Numsa plan to strike at the University of Johannesburg from Friday over pay gaps.
Business Unity South Africa, representing SA's major banks, has filed a court application to interdict a planned bank strike.
Not even labour can stop Kim K from getting her nails done.
The Department of Labour has said a strike without a secret ballot vote is illegal.
Trade union Numsa on Friday reached a three-year wage deal agreement with automotive manufacturers after wage negotiations reached a deadlock earlier this month.
UCT says it will not tolerate further disruptions by a group of people not employed by it but who have protested on its campus wanting the institution to give them jobs.
Irregular expenditure at National Economic Development and Labour Council went up from R1.4m in 2018 to R11.5m in 2019. The irregular expenditure reflected from 2018 is the subject of a disciplinary inquiry.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will be disruptive to all, and upskilling and retraining will be necessary to ensure the workforce can adapt, says Employment and Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi.
Unionised workers in the glass sector will down their tools on Monday, says the General Industries Workers Union of SA.
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