Labour

Two teachers’ unions agree to 3% wage increase

SADTU and NAPTOSA reluctantly accept government offer

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Brief | 6 October 2022

Changing the way a town views its car guards

The Abakhuseli Skills for Life project currently works with about 40 car guards across Makhanda

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News | 4 October 2022

Give us jobs, chant hundreds of Gauteng workers

NUPSAW to meet provincial health department over demand for Public Works people to be employed permanently

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Brief | 19 September 2022

Reinstate whistleblower – court orders Eastern Cape health MEC

A woman has been compensated for the “punishment” she received for reporting attempted nepotism in the department

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Law | 13 September 2022

Leaked documents show how government wants to tackle unemployment

Presidency and National Treasury describe plans for our “employment first” future - and what social grants are acceptable to the government

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News | 9 September 2022

Exploitation of car guards cannot continue unchallenged

“Nobody pays to work, yet if I do not pay to work, they will just get the next person”

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Opinion | 7 September 2022

Court overturns ruling on worker fired for assault

Constitutional Court sets boundaries on “common purpose” rule

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Law | 23 August 2022

SAMWU wants Tshwane metro to increase wages by 3.5%

Mayco member Kingsley Wakelin says the City is “struggling with finances”

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Brief | 22 August 2022

Uber, Bolt drivers strike for two days

Drivers want more money and an end to the freeze on new licences

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News | 18 August 2022

SAFTU and NUMSA clash as shutdown looms

Metalworkers union forbids its federation from discussing congress contempt case, but SAFTU says no

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News | 16 August 2022

Eastern Cape towns without water for two weeks

Striking workers at Amathole District Municipality say they are not to blame

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News | 12 August 2022

Strike in Amathole leaves towns without water

Municipality alleges “deliberate infrastructure sabotage”

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News | 10 August 2022

Vital court case on NUMSA’s future postponed

A full day has been set aside for the Labour Court in Johannesburg to hear the case next week

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Brief | 10 August 2022

NUMSA’s interdicted national congress to proceed — but a court challenge looms

Journalists kicked out of conference centre

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News | 26 July 2022

Confused delegates idle outside NUMSA congress

“We don’t know what we are going to do here”

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News | 25 July 2022