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SAPS should start training staff and put “grabbers” to work without delay

UASA condemns the wasteful expenditure of R102 million by the South African Police Services (SAPS) on mobile detection equipment (grabbers) over a year ago that has been gathering dust in warehouses...

Is converting office buildings to residential space the answer?

Converting the expanse of vacant office space in South African cities to residential apartments, especially in a time when the current low interest rate environment favours first-time home buyers, seems like...

International disabilities awareness day (3 Dec): Ensure workplace is universally accessible for visitors and...

Each year, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and the National Disability Rights Awareness Day is commemorated on 3 December. The aim of this annual event is to promote an...

Pick n Pay retrenches staff and implores government to review tobacco, alcohol bans

Supermarket giant Pick n Pay on Tuesday said 1 400 staff had accepted voluntary retrenchment packages and launched a broadside at the government over its ongoing ban on tobacco and alcohol...

Superyacht Training Academy launches

WITH growing interest in Cape Town as a port, the number of superyachts and cruise ships docking at the V&A Waterfront is steadily increasing and with it, the need for suitably...

Member survey says 82% of staff traumatised from crime in Cape Town

THE general prevalence of crime in Cape Town is having a traumatic effect on 82% of staff employed by members of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry, according to a...

Five ways to de-stress your staff

A happy team is a productive one. One way to keep your employees happy is to take care of their mental health as well. If your employees are always stressed, it could...

‘Dirty’ water concerns City of Cape Town staff members

City of Cape Town staff at the new offices in Bellville have launched a grievance procedure against their employer following the contamination of drinking water. The city had been alerted...

BMW forced to pay former staff R55m

Automobile giant BMW’s property has been ordered to be publicly auctioned to recover nearly R55 million owed to former employees. David Mahlatsi and 1390 other former members of the BMW...

City needs to gain control of it’s staff costs

Unless the City Council can gain control of its staff costs, Cape Town is headed for serious financial problems says the Cape Chamber of commerce and Industry. “In a detailed...

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