PE horse grooms’ hearing delayed by seven days

CCMA to make a decision on a technical point of law to be argued in the case

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 16 October 2020

Striking workers call for boycott of Clover SA products

The company says Covid-19 has made a difficult trading environment worse

By Joseph Chirume - 14 October 2020

Grooms and stable owners head to CCMA

The struggling racing industry is beset with labour conflict

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 14 October 2020

Employees and customers left in the lurch by Swiss-owned STA Travel

No answers and no communication from management since 10 September

By James Stent - 13 October 2020

“You looted R5 billion and told us to dance to Jerusalema” say striking workers

Union members down tools countrywide over corruption and salary increases among other things on Wednesday

By Zoë Postman, Marecia Damons, Nokulunga Majola and Thamsanqa Mbovane - 7 October 2020

Sappi workers strike over 9% wage hike

The company has offerred unions a 3% pay hike among other concessions

By Nokulunga Majola - 6 October 2020

Small business owners block the N2 over PPE contracts

Business owners accuse the Alfred Nzo district municipality of only giving contracts to company’s from other towns

By Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik - 1 October 2020

250,000 domestic worker jobs lost in lockdown

Statistics South Africa survey shows dramatic effects of Covid-19 measures

By Marecia Damons - 30 September 2020

Compensation Bill proposes swifter penalties for employers

Special inspectorate to be formed with wide powers

By Justin Brown - 30 September 2020

Unions welcome compensation for domestic workers at last

Workers’ Compensation Act to get first overhaul in 23 years

By Justin Brown - 25 September 2020

Gauteng community health workers still waiting for full pay

Despite promise of an increase, workers say they are still earning only R3,500 a month

By Zoë Postman - 23 September 2020

“They stabbed and stoned my horses” says Fairview stable owner

Dippin Blu Horse Racing considers legal action against its former workers after protest

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 18 September 2020

73 workers dismissed for protest over unpaid Covid-19 relief funds

They also cannot access UIF benefits because the Department of Labour system shows that they are still employed

By Nokulunga Majola - 18 September 2020

“We will hit them where it hurts” warns NEHAWU leader

Union vows to shut down government services, including SARS and SASSA

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 14 September 2020

Community healthcare workers sick of being paid “peanuts”

“We are faced with this pandemic but the Department is still reluctant to improve our working conditions”

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 18 August 2020

Constitutional Court orders transport department to insource employees

The 66 Tasima workers have not been paid salaries since December 2018

By Zoë Postman - 4 August 2020