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Labour court judges block workers’ right to strike
Labour court judges block workers’ right to strike
This year, workers marched against right-wing amendments to labour legislation. Much focus was on the proposed introduction of a meagre minimum...
‘Whistle-blower’ takes UJ to court
‘Whistle-blower’ takes UJ to court
A former University of Johannesburg (UJ) professor has accused the university’s humanities dean of undermining his black colleagues and calling...
Word 'boer' not racist or racially offensive — ConCourt
Word 'boer' not racist or racially offensive — ConCourt
The word "boer" is not racist or racially offensive, but is "inappropriate" when used in certain struggle songs.
CCMA plans to intervene in Sasol strike — Solidarity
CCMA plans to intervene in Sasol strike — Solidarity
The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) wants to assist in defusing the strike launched by trade union Solidarity at...
Letters to the Editor: June 15 to 21
Letters to the Editor: June 15 to 21
I was both sad and shocked to read about the negativity in “Judge faces labour case probe” (June 8) and, in particular, the accusations...
Judge faces labour case probe
Judge faces labour case probe
The appeal panel of the Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) has ordered a probe into the behaviour of a labour court judge accused of misconduct in...
No job for sex predator principal
No job for sex predator principal
A former school principal has failed in his latest bid to get his job back after he was fired by the Gauteng department of education for, among...
A make-or-break case for the labour-broking sector reaches top court
A make-or-break case for the labour-broking sector reaches top court
A dispute over the new law on labour-broking will be heard this week Thursday in the Constitutional Court.
No escape for Dlamini this time round
No escape for Dlamini this time round
On January 22 next year, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini will have to take an oath and then answer the questions of two civil society...
SABC 8 want ConCourt to order Parliament to probe its decisions on the broadcaster
SABC 8 want ConCourt to order Parliament to probe its decisions on the broadcaster
The Constitutional Court must order Parliament to probe its own decisions around recent events at the public broadcaster, the SABC 8 have said in...
Official hit with legal costs says he did it in the best interests of the SABC
Official hit with legal costs says he did it in the best interests of the SABC
The official who sacked seven SABC journalists says he should not have to pay for the legal fees incurred as a consequence because he was acting in...
SABC relents: seven of the #SABC8 reinstated as broadcaster backtracks on appeal plan
SABC relents: seven of the #SABC8 reinstated as broadcaster backtracks on appeal plan
The SABC will reinstate seven of the eight journalists who challenged their dismissal for speaking out against a decision by the public...

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