Raise is much less than the prevailing 4.5% inflation, labour formations say
Judge says ‘powers of this court to compel a fair procedure and/or interdicting and restraining SAA are severely circumscribed’
Numsa and Sacca want to stop business rescue practitioners from retrenching staff at the airline, until they have complied with the Labour Relations Act
The federation’s solution to the Eskom crisis is based on worker-friendly conditions
It was a ‘horrific year’, says one analyst, and the country, including the manufacturing sector, is still feeling the fallout
The deal with the union comes five days after Toyota SA announced an investment of more than R4bn in local vehicle assembly and parts supply
Formalising illegal mining by developing policies and regulations to create an artisanal mining sector could unlock benefits for thousands
The week-long, illegal strike has brought a Durban assembly plant to a standstill, but Toyota SA’s CEO hopes not to have to retrench anyone
The Communication Workers Union wants Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko and the board to resign over 'up to 6,000 retrenchments'
Two more employees have been shot and wounded since operations resumed two weeks ago
The proposed job cuts will affect nearly a fifth of its workforce
Sector notorious for exploitation through short-work to be included under National Minimum Wage Act
SAA says this will allow for ‘a better return for the company’s creditors and shareholders, than would result from any other available solution’
Trade union federation wants the wealthy and companies to pay more tax
Cosatu will consider a strategic equity partner for SAA, ‘but our conditions are that the state should remain a majority shareholder,’ says spokesperson Sizwe ...