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SABC retrenchment process still suspended, for now
SABC retrenchment process still suspended, for now
The SABC process to retrench 981 permanent employees and 1 200 freelancers is still temporarily suspended.
Letters to the editor: January 18 to 24
Letters to the editor: January 18 to 24
We can be proud of having some of the most progressive legislation in the world. Our shame is that we are among the worst for implementing our own...
Thousands protest 'slave law' in Budapest
Thousands protest 'slave law' in Budapest
Protesters threw smoke grenades at police who responded with tear gas in Budapest on...
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...
Sanco calls on government to break bus strike deadlock
Sanco calls on government to break bus strike deadlock
The South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) on Saturday said it supported the call for government intervention to resolve the nationwide...
Post office boss 'on extended leave' for mismanaging funds
Post office boss 'on extended leave' for mismanaging funds
Following allegations of mismanagement of funds, irregular expenditure and a strike that has carried on intermittently for at least three years, the...
Possible new mining union on the platinum belt
Possible new mining union on the platinum belt
Impala Platinum Holdings (Implats) and the National Union of Mineworkers on Thursday said a new mining labour union in the platinum belt in...
An angry tide: The increasing rise of radicalism
An angry tide: The increasing rise of radicalism
The analysts scream populism; pipe dreams; unrealistic visions. Sitting in the ivory towers of government and ruling capital, across the dinner...
Strike-linked damages at all-time high
Strike-linked damages at all-time high
The state-owned insurance company, the South African Special Risks Insurance Association (Sasria), recorded in the past year the largest insurance...
Concourt rules Fawu not exempt from damages claims
Concourt rules Fawu not exempt from damages claims
The Constitutional Court on Wednesday held that a union does not enjoy special protection from damages claims by members that it represents....
Cut costs but not bonuses, state told
Cut costs but not bonuses, state told
Unhappiness over performance bonuses for staff at the national treasury has highlighted the tension between ballooning civil service pay and the...
Tough business conditions 'no excuse' for lower pay
Tough business conditions 'no excuse' for lower pay
This month will see a series of sectoral wage contracts come up for discussion, kicking off South Africa's "strike season"....

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