UIF ready for higher unemployment claims, says Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant

The department expects unemployment to continue growing as it did in the first quarter of 2017, and expects a 4% increase in UIF claims

Tighten laws governing trade unions, minister urged

Labour federations tell Nedlac summit of good governance failure

Union supports motion of no confidence in Johannesburg mayor

The South African Municipal Workers’ Union calls on all parties to remove Herman Mashaba, who says the motion is the ANC trying to climb back on the ...

SABC’s Motsoeneng not responsible for costs of dismissals, his lawyer says

Their dismissals were reversed, but they want the SABC, Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Simon Tebele to pay the legal costs

Five years after Marikana little has changed in public-order police training

MPs are concerned about the length of time it has taken to implement the Farlam Commission’s recommendations

Legislature staff in Gauteng continue strike for higher wages

Workers affiliated to union Nehawu have been demanding a 9.5% salary increase from the employer

Unions threaten court action if state pension fund raided to bail out SAA

The Independent Labour Caucus has added its voice to Cosatu’s, as neither Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba nor the PIC has offered assurance that the ...

Labour brokers face action for defying ruling

Labour brokers have ignored a court judgment that removed them as dual employers of casual workers

Turf war between door-factory unions turns deadly

Solid Doors gets court relief as Cosatu affiliate Ceppwawu and Amcu battle for control of its workers

Colleagues of workers fired for fraud and theft stage solidarity strike

Last week, Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba fired 13 officials in the Revenue Shared Services Centre implicated in defrauding the city of about R2.5m

Wage deal signed but not sealed as bosses split up

Employer organisations fail to reach consensus about wage offers

Coega manager loses dismissal appeal in nepotism case

The manager took her case all the way to the Labour Appeal Court, after she was fired when it was found she had manipulated recruitment processes to hire ...

Wage deal set to bring stability to metals sector

It is the first time in 10 years parties have reached a settlement without resorting to industrial action, Seifsa CEO Kaizer Nyatsumba says

Metals sector in wage deal

The three-year wage deal is expected to give workers a 7% increase in 2017

Make like Manana and quit, Cosatu tells three ‘incompetent’ ministers

We cannot afford to have selective accountability and selective outrage, it says, calling on Zuma to put pressure on the three people it sees as the ...

Cosatu welcomes stalling of plan on provident-fund payouts

The delay allows for more discussions on the government’s comprehensive social security document at Nedlac

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