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​Labour department fights to keep control of minimum wage
​Labour department fights to keep control of minimum wage
The labour department is digging in its heels over a new commission to adjust and monitor the national minimum wage, saying it would duplicate the...
9/12: The day SA business woke up
9/12: The day SA business woke up
In a year that was truly stranger than fiction, big business found its voice and piled into politically sticky situations it has traditionally...
​Treasury warns national minimum wage will lead to 715 000 job losses
​Treasury warns national minimum wage will lead to 715 000 job losses
Treasury is not in favour of a national minimum wage (NMW) of above R3 000, arguing that it would result in 715 000 job losses and an economic...
June 16: There's no such thing as a lost generation, it's time to invest in our youth now
June 16: There's no such thing as a lost generation, it's time to invest in our youth now
In scrutinising the turning point of the youth commemorations, we should be alarmed by statistical predictions that by 2020...
Numsa marches for jobs to Nedlac
Numsa marches for jobs to Nedlac
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa's (Numsa's) protest march got under way at Zoo Lake in Johannesburg before noon on...
Manuel urges 'honest dialogue' to honour Mandela's economic outlook
Manuel urges 'honest dialogue' to honour Mandela's economic outlook
South Africans have "no choice" but to bridge the chasm of mistrust that has developed between government, labour and business, if Nelson...
Nedlac chief calls for consensus to aid growth
Nedlac chief calls for consensus to aid growth
The new chief of the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) Alistair Smith said on Tuesday it cannot be business as...
Not much for the little guy to celebrate
Not much for the little guy to celebrate
Few South African small businesses are grinning about what could now pass for an April Fool's joke. The much anticipated youth wage subsidy, which...
Going for broke: Is Cosatu missing the point?
Going for broke: Is Cosatu missing the point?
Cosatu's call for a ban on labour brokers has been cast in a new light by research showing that almost one in four of the 3.4-million jobs created...
Cosatu, Busa shake hands on economy and jobs programme
Cosatu, Busa shake hands on economy and jobs programme
Business Unity South Africa (Busa) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) have agreed on a joint programme of action on several...
Lead by example on climate change, says Fedusa
Lead by example on climate change, says Fedusa
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) says it is highly disappointed with government's no show at the National Economic Development and...
NYDA muscles in on wage subsidy
NYDA muscles in on wage subsidy
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan may have found an unlikely ally in implementing his proposed youth wage subsidy -- the National Youth Development...

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