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Amcu is under threat of deregistration
Amcu is under threat of deregistration
The Labour Registrar has issued a notice of its intent to cancel the registration of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (
Heineken Workers' Forum prepares to march against ‘sex for shifts’
Heineken Workers' Forum prepares to march against ‘sex for shifts’
Workers at Heineken are preparing to march against sexual abuse at the beer giant’s Sedibeng brewery.
Music industry becomes latest victim of SABC’s financial dramas
Music industry becomes latest victim of SABC’s financial dramas
The SABC halted payments on music royalties for songs used on its television and radio stations last year according to the Southern African Music...
Working dads can now take paternity leave for 10 days
Working dads can now take paternity leave for 10 days
Working South African dads are now entitled to 10 days of paternity leave after the birth of their children.
SABC’s crisis plan fails to impress MPs
SABC’s crisis plan fails to impress MPs
Members of Parliament tore into the embattled SABC’s proposed plan to drop at least a third of its programming in an bid to save the organisation’s depleted finances, saying it does not make sense....
SABC has no choice but to retrench — executives
SABC has no choice but to retrench — executives
According to SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe, the national broadcaster is technically insolvent and cannot fulfil its monthly obligations which is why it...
SABC unions will not go down without a fight
SABC unions will not go down without a fight
Unions say the SABC has not done enough to avoid retrenchments after it was confirmed that over two thousand workers could be axed from the...
Why changes to picketing rules in South Africa pose a threat to strikes
Why changes to picketing rules in South Africa pose a threat to strikes
Government recently released a draft of new picketing...
Businesses expected to agree to publish pay ratios at Jobs Summit
Businesses expected to agree to publish pay ratios at Jobs Summit
The two-day Jobs Summit, which kicks off in Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon, is set to agree to a mechanism which will see businesses employing...
Sexual violation: Education institutions need a law of their own
Sexual violation: Education institutions need a law of their own
“No one deserves to be raped!” Khensani Maseko, a student at Rhodes University, posted this on Instagram before she committed suicide on August...
Afro Worldview off air as MultiChoice ends contract
Afro Worldview off air as MultiChoice ends contract
Staff at Afro Worldview, formerly known as African News Network 7 or ANN7, have been left uncertain about their professional futures after...
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
One thousand five hundred and sixty mineworkers could be laid off at Gold Fields’ loss-making South Deep mine.

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